University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
6:29 am
Fri December 12, 2014

UC professor studying the impact of climate change on the Rocky Mountain Apollo butterfly

University of Cincinnati  Assistant Professor Steve Matter and three undergraduate students traveled to the Canadian Rocky Mountains to study the effect of climate change on the Rocky Mountain Apollo butterfly. He stopped by our studio to share stories and insights from that research trip with the Cincinnati Zoo's Thane Maynard.

University of Cincinnati
6:00 am
Mon December 1, 2014

UC to sell "Green Bonds" to finance green building

UC's already-renovated Morgens Hall (Glass House) at the left. At the right is Scioto Hall, which will now be renovated as a twin to Morgens.
Lisa Ventre, University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati says it's the first public university in the United States to bring a Green Bond to market. The first-ever higher education green bond was offered by MIT in September.

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Law & Public Safety
2:48 pm
Wed November 19, 2014

Cleveland man's conviction overturned after nearly 40 years in prison

The Ohio Innocence Project says a Cleveland man has been exonerated after 39 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.

Following a 2-day hearing in a Cuyahoga County courtroom, the star witness in the case against Ricky Jackson admitted to lying during the original trial.  Jackson was convicted in 1975 along with two other men based on the eyewitness testimony of then 12-year-old Eddie Vernon.  On Tuesday, Vernon recanted his story, saying he testified to seeing the murder in order to please others. 

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
1:30 am
Wed November 19, 2014

We examine the changing role of nurses and nurse practitioners in the current world of health care

UC Nursing Student

  

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
1:30 am
Fri November 7, 2014

Commemorating the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

This Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. On November 9, 1989, thousands of Berliners from both East and West climbed over the wall, others went through the border crossing, still others began to physically chip away at the wall that had divided East and West since 1961. Joining us to discuss the historic event, and its impact on world politics, is former U.S. Ambassador to NATO William Howard Taft, IV, and Richard E. Schade, professor emeritus of German Studies at the University of Cincinnati.

William Howard Taft, IV and Herbert Quelle, consul general, Federal Republic of Germany, will be at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center this Sunday, November 9, for a program commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall. The Center has been home to a section of the Berlin Wall since 2010, in view of the Ohio River. Click here for information on the free event, or to RSVP call 513-333-7739.

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