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Company Overview of University of Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati is an educational institution that provides undergraduate, graduate, and honors programs. It offers courses in applied science; business administration; design, architecture, art, and planning; education; engineering; performing arts; and social work. The colleges of the university include College of Allied Health Sciences; College of Applied Science; College of Business Administration; College-Conservatory of Music College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning; College of Education; College of Engineering; College of Evening & Continuing Education; College of Law; College of Medicine; College of Nursing; College of Pharmacy; McMicken College of Arts & Sciences; Sc...
2600 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45221
Founded in 1819
Key Executives for University of Cincinnati
Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs and President of the University of Cincinnati Foundation
Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost
Director of the Department of Neurosurgery
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
University of Cincinnati Key Developments
The International Association of Chiefs of Police Announces Partnership with University of Cincinnati and Laura and John Arnold Foundation to Create Revolutionary Research Center Focused on Addressing Important Policing Issues
May 19 16
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), University of Cincinnati (UC), and Laura and John Arnold Foundation (LJAF) announced the creation of the IACP/UC Center for Police Research and Policy. The Center, funded by a $3.3 million grant from LJAF, will engage in rigorous research that has practical implications for the field and is intended to serve as a national model for the way law enforcement agencies and researchers work together to help protect communities, safeguard citizens' rights, and ensure the fair treatment of all individuals. Led by Robin S. Engel, Ph.D., UC's Vice President for Safety and Reform, the Center will have staff at both UC and the IACP headquarters in Alexandria, VA. The Center will build an experienced, credentialed team to rigorously evaluate policing practices in order to identify those that are effective and fair, and will facilitate the exchange of data and research between the policing community and academia. During the first three years of operation the IACP/UC Center for Police Research and Policy will: Create and disseminate a national policy for conducting police research and police/researcher collaborations; launch at least three research projects, such as randomized controlled trials, targeting urgent policing issues; and translate research reports written for an academic audience into sets of actionable items that practitioners can easily implement. The University of Cincinnati will provide facilities to host trainings, convene workshops, and offer hands-on learning opportunities as it models police-academic partnerships in action and disseminates findings through e-learning modules.
University of Cincinnati Plans $2 Million Expansion of DAAP Shop Space
Apr 12 16
The University of Cincinnati is planning to expand its woodshop facilities in the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. UC is proposing improvements that will reconfigure and expand the 3,000 level shop areas of the Edwin S. Wolfson Center for Environmental Design. As a result of growing enrollment and shop usage, the existing facilities for woodworking, welding, sculpting, painting, machining and foundry are overcrowded and ‘less than ideal in terms of work flows and student/staff safe operating perimeters’. The expansion and reconfiguration of the space would be a $2.1 million project. The areas that would receive upgrades total about 13,000 square feet. The project is expected to significantly increase the shop size and will displace the adjacent fine arts sculpture studio. The shop will be divided into heavy duty tools, light duty tools, machining, welding, foundry and CNC tools. In addition to the renovation work, the mechanical dust collection systems will be replaced with a new system.
University of Cincinnati to Pay $200,000 to Settle Lawsuit
Mar 25 16
University of Cincinnati announced that it will pay $200,000 to a nonprofit organization after settling a lawsuit that involved the stalled Emery Theatre redevelopment, according to court filings. Ohio Court of Claims Judge Patrick McGrath approved the settlement between UC and the Requiem Project. As part of the settlement, Requiem is dropping its lawsuit and UC does not admit liability to the nonprofit's claims, according to the court filing. UC will also pay court costs. Requiem has reached a separate settlement with Emery Center Corp. and Emery Center Apartments Limited Partnership, lessees of the Emery Theatre property from UC, said Requiem attorney Sean Callan.
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