Did You Know? UC Libraries

Did You Know UC has multiple libraries with 3.6 million volumes?  See below a list of our libraries:


1.    Walter C. Langsam Library: Between Woodside Garage and Rieveschl Hall, and in front of the Engineering Research Center.


2.    Ralph E. Oesper Chemistry-Biology Library:Inside of Rieveschl Hall-A-3 503.


3.    College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) Library: Baldwin Hall, room 850.


Cultural Extravaganza

On Wednesday, February 23rd at 6pm in TUC Great Hall in partnership with Ethnic Programming and Services, Student Government will be hosting a Cultural Food Extravaganza. There will be student groups from various cultures each who will create and bring a dish that’s representative of their culture. Each student group will bring food that helps exemplify their culture. We will discuss the food its possible history and popularity and talk about the similarities and differences between each as well.

Update on Semester Conversion

The first day of the University of Cincinnati’s new semester calendar – Aug. 27, 2012 – is a year-and-a-half away.


The university continues to prepare: evaluating and converting quarter-based courses to semester-based courses; planning for “bridge” courses to help students complete course sequences; planning both an online and print student advising guide for release in August 2011, and continually adding updated materials to UC’s conversion website.



Gov. Kasich’s University Budget Cuts

As I’m sure many of you have heard by now, Governor Kasich has threatened a looming possibility of cutting the budgets for public universities across the state. While this is a direct result of the poor economic state, we, as students, need to ensure that this does not happen so that things like the PAC Spring Concert and the University Funding Board’s budget do not get reduced funds. Although it may seem like sometimes you can’t affect a decision as large as this one, change that state of mind by signing a petition urging Governor Kasich not to cut the university’s budget.

26th Annual Student Leadership Conference

For the past 25 years, Student Activities & Leadership Development, in conjunction with a variety of Student Life offices at the University of Cincinnati, has offered a day-long, free leadership conference to its students.  During that time, over 5,000 UC students have answered the call to greater leadership and personal development.


The 26th Annual Student Leadership Conference, The Pillars of Effective Leadership, focuses on the seven essential pillars for leadership, as defined by the National Center for Student Leadership.


They are:


Student Trustee Applications Now Open!

Would you like to join the UC Board of Trustees and make a profound impact on students' lives at UC? If so, apply now for the Student Trustee position. In this position you will be a member of the UC Board of Trustees and the Student Senate, and your role will be to report between the two organizations and represent students' interests. Download an application now from the Student Government website, or pick one up in the Student Government Office, located in 655 Steger Student Life Center, or from your College Office. Applications are due by 5:00 PM on Friday, February 4!

Crosstown Shootout


The UC Mens Basketball Team will take on their biggest rival in Xavier this Thursday at 7 pm. The Bearcats are off to a 14-0 start, their best in 12 years.  Come out and support your 'Cats as they look to get their first win over the Musketeers in 4 years.  Go Cats!

Did you Know - Criminal Justice

Did you know you can take one day seminars from our #1 ranked Criminal Justice program?


There are two seminars remaining in the School of Criminal Justice One Day Seminar Series for the 2010-2011 academic year!

The two seminars include:


1. Winter Quarter 2011 - Felony Prosecution - Friday, January 14, 2011 - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm - TUC Cinema (18 CJ 510P) - Call Number: 802979


2. Spring Quarter 2011 - Fire & Arson Investigation - Friday, May 13, 2011 - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm - TUC Cinema (18 CJ 508P)



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