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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 University of Cincinnati Names Patrick Limbach as Vice President for Research
Jan 24 16
The University of Cincinnati named Patrick Limbach as vice president for research.
The University of Cincinnati Reaches Settlement with the Family of Samuel DuBose
Jan 18 16
The University of Cincinnati has reached a settlement with the family of Samuel DuBose. The university has reportedly agreed to submit a formal apology from President Santa Ono, pay the family $4.85 million, offer free tuition to DuBose's 12 children and create an on-campus memorial, which is estimated to total $5.3 million. DuBose's family has also been invited to participate in the university's Community Advisory Committee meetings, which allow commentary on reforms needed in the university's police force. The agreement must be approved by the Hamilton County Probate Court. DuBose was shot and killed by former UC police officer Ray Tensing on July 19, 2015 during a routine traffic stop. Tensing has been charged with murder and voluntary manslaughter in the case but a trial date hasn't been set. The family was represented by civil rights attorneys Mark O'Mara, Al Gerhardstein and Michael Wright, while the university was represented by general counsel Kenya Faulkner and Nathaniel Lampley Jr. of Vrys, Sater Seymour and Pease. Talks to settle a wrongful death lawsuit that the family filed against the university began in the fall, and DuBose's 18-year-old daughter Raegan Brooks is managing her father's estate. The university also has continued to reform its police department and created new positions for officials to oversee the process.
University of Cincinnati Appoints James Whalen as Director of Public Safety and Gregory Baker as Director of Police Community Relations
Aug 7 15
The University of Cincinnati has made two more appointments focusing on changing campus police and community relations in response to a July 19 fatal shooting. James Whalen has been appointed director of public safety and Gregory Baker is the new director of police community relations. Both will report to Robin Engel, who was appointed to the position of vice president for safety and reform on Aug. 4.
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