College News & Events

Graduates from Two New Programs Walk in December 2013 Commencement

2013 Health Administration Graduates The College of Allied Health Sciences celebrated graduates from two new degree programs in UC's December. 2013 commencement.

In the new Master of Health Administration (MHA) program, eight graduates received diplomas. The MHA program started in 2011 as a distance learning degree program created to train professionals for administrative and managerial roles in health care settings.

In the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, the college awarded degrees to the first audiologists with a new Certificate in Animal Audiology. The certificate, launched in the fall of 2011, is a new focus area combining the fields of audiology and veterinary medicine.

Congratulations to all CAHS graduates!

Allied Health News Stories


Heating Hot Water Shutdown in French East Saturday, Nov. 8

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CAHS Service Learning Experience in Mexico 2014

An interprofessional team made up of 22 UC students, alumni, faculty, staff,community members and translators from the College of Allied Health Sciences(CAHS) traveled to Mexico for a week in October 2014 to work with the PalaceFoundation.


William Ball, MD, Named Interim VP, College of Medicine Dean

William Ball, MD, has been appointed University of Cincinnati (UC) interim vicepresident for health affairs and dean of the College of Medicine, effectiveNov. 1, 2014.


Comparative Effectiveness and Outcomes Research Grants Awarded

Six projects have received funding through the comparative effectivenessresearch (CER) and patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) pilot grantprogram.


UC Speech Researchers Using Technology to Chase Away 'Wabbits'

Five-year CAHS study to determine how ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging(MRI) technology can be utilized to tailor speech therapy to specific disordersin children.