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    Volume 20,  Volume 20, Issue 1

    Life of the Mind to celebrate UC’s artists, authors, editors & composers

    Calling all UC Artists, Authors, Editors & Composers!  The annual Life of the Mind, interdisciplinary conversations with University of Cincinnati faculty, is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022. Once again, the event will celebrate the published or performed creative and scholarly works of UC’s artists, authors, editors & composers with an exhibit and bibliography. To include creative and scholarly works, UC faculty and staff members are invited to self-submit via an online form. Include only those submitted works performed or published between Jan. 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021. Submissions are limited to three per category per artist, author, editor or composer. Categories may include: books, book chapters, journal…

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    Volume 19,  Volume 19, Issue 2

    UC Libraries Commemorates Juneteenth

    The University of Cincinnati Libraries commemorated the first national celebration of Juneteenth with an online event, R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Each Other: The Lasting Impact of Juneteenth. The presentation focused on the history of the holiday and its lasting impact on United States’ culture and society.

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    Volume 19,  Volume 19, Issue 1

    Celebrating UC’s Artists, Authors, Editors & Composers

    On September 22, John Lynch, professor of communication in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences, gave the Life of the Mind lecture with his presentation “Remembering When Medicine Went Wrong: Lessons for Medical Communication Today.” His remarks were followed by a panel of three who responded and provided their distinct points of view on the topic. The panelists were: Charles Doarn, professor, environmental and public health sciences; program director, MPH; director of telemedicine Renee Mahaffey Harris, president and CEO, The Center for Closing the Health Gap Michelle McGowan, research associate professor in the Ethics Center and Division of General and Community Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center & College of…

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    Volume 19,  Volume 19, Issue 1

    Save the Date: UC DATA DAY, October 23

    World Changing Data: How Digital Data Will Change Our Future Sponsored by UC Libraries and IT@UC, the virtual UC DATA Day will include a day of informative panels and keynote speaker Glenn Ricart, founder and CTO, US Ignite Registration, who will present “A Day In Our Digital Future – The Intersection between Data and Humans.” Researchers producing and using data face similar, but unique, challenges in data management, data sharing, reproducible research and preservation. This event highlights these challenges and showcases solutions and opportunities available to the broad research and education community.  UC Data Day 2020 focuses on the role and impact of the world-changing data generated by the explosion in Artificial…

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    Volume 19,  Volume 19, Issue 1

    Introducing the Cecil Striker Webinar Series

    On Thursday, November 12, 7:00 p.m., the Henry R. Winkler Center for the History of the Health Professions will hold its inaugural Cecil Striker Webinar with a discussion with Stephen Marine, associate dean emeritus of the University of Cincinnati Libraries, and Gino Pasi, archivist and curator of collections at the Winkler Center, regarding their new book University of Cincinnati Health Colleges: 200 Years. The talk will be led and moderated by Philip Diller, MD, PhD, senior associate dean for educational affairs at the College of Medicine and chair of the Winkler Center Board.   The webinar link will be available on the Winkler Center’s website at https://libraries.uc.edu/libraries/hsl/winkler-center/cecil-striker.html. About University of Cincinnati Health…

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    Volume 18,  Volume 18, Issue 3

    Call for Submissions from UC Faculty and Staff of 2019 Creative and Scholarly Works

    The University of Cincinnati Libraries is collaborating with the Faculty Senate, the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost and the Faculty Enrichment Center to bring back the popular Authors, Editors & Composers event and exhibit last held in 2013 and incorporate it into the Life of the Mind lecture series. The re-imagined Life of the Mind will create one event that will celebrate the achievements of UC’s artists, authors, editors and composers together with a presentation by a distinguished faculty member and panel discussion to foster an interdisciplinary dialogue on an emergent theme. Still named Life of the Mind, the lecture is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020…

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    Volume 18,  Volume 18, Issue 2

    Women of the Movement

    Two exhibits on display this spring in the Walter C. Langsam Library highlight women who fought for equality. Women of the Movement: Leaders for Civil Rights and Voting Rights, on display on the 4th floor lobby, profiles female leaders and documents their contributions to the fight for civil and voting rights. Beginning with Sojourner Truth, former slave and abolitionist, and concluding with contemporaries Diane Nash, a key player in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Cincinnati’s Marian Spencer, a champion for Civil Rights both locally and nationally, the exhibit spans history into current times. African-American women instrumental to the fight for women’s suffrage included in the…