At the University of Cincinnati, the educational experience fully embraces learning beyond the classroom – including real-world, applied research projects led or conducted by undergraduate and graduate students.
As such, UC students are part of an advanced workforce preparing for the global economy – investing in the region, state and nation and, most of all, investing in themselves.
The depth and scope of the opportunities available for student research at UC is represented by the all-time high just announced in terms of research funding for 2010: $443 million. UC ranks No. 25 in the nation among public research-intensive universities based on National Science Foundation data on federal research expenditures.
- Research Awards to UC Hit $443 Million in 2010
- Statehouse Showcase: Great Research, Great Results
- Research Tour 2009: Generating Economic Potential and Payoff
- Ashley Kempher, videographer and editor
- Clare Ward, narrator
- Kelly Rossberg, narrator
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