Category: Talent

Yulia Martinez

Inspiring others as a UC NEXT Innovation Scholar

Being the first in her family to attend college came with a myriad of challenges for Yulia Gimena Martinez, a computer science major at UC.

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Sevan colleagues Angela Miller, Steve Kuhn and Chris Galazka at a recent UC Professional and Technical Career Fair

Alum values the UC co-op advantage

When Steve Kuhn was a co-op student, corded phones were still a thing, fax machines were all the rage and personal computers a novelty.

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UC student says ‘game on’ in Bioré challenge

University of Cincinnati student Yale Miller applied his acquired knowledge to tackle a challenge for global brand Bioré, a facial care brand for Kao USA.

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Beyond the Classroom: Q&A with IBM UX design co-op Liz Tremblay

Liz Tremblay, a computer science major in the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), is a user-experience (UX) design co-op at IBM in Chicago.

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student and her parents

Co-op gives student chance to sharpen skills, network and explore Chicago

Visuals are king for UC architectural student Abby Gast, who creates computerized simulations of real-world scenes. During a co-op in Chicago, she modeled construction projects. 

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Move like video game characters in UC’s Digital Futures AR/VR & Motion Capture Lab

Acting student Sydni Solomon punches the air, poses like a zombie and runs while her movements are recorded to make a virtual simulation of herself. 

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Blemish Bash words with phone

Innovation challenge to zap pimples

Through a corporate partnership in the 1819 Innovation Hub, Kao USA Inc. connected with UC students for an innovation challenge to design a mobile game. 

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UC capstone students help businesses thrive

Businesses collect a lot of data. Analyzing it is crucial to success. As talent shortages continue, companies can partner with capstone students for better decisions.

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