“The Wall of Education” mural, ArtWorks Cincinnati


“We’re matchmakers — we connect College of Arts and Sciences faculty with communities and agencies that serve disadvantaged populations in Cincinnati to improve people’s lives, particularly people who don’t have a voice or who are marginalized.”
Jennifer Malat
Co-founder of The Cincinnati Project

Check out some of our current projects

ARTs over ACEs Center

Erica Page, a 2018-2019 TCP Fellow, has served as a Program Development intern for Learning Through Art, a local non-profit that provides performing arts literacy programs. She helped design the Super Saturdays program for ARTs Over ACEs, a program to help mitigate the lasting impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) such as poverty and abuse.  Click the ARTs Over ACEs logo above to see more about this innovative program in the Bond Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati.


Evictions in Cincinnati

Elaina Johns-Wolfe and the students in her Urban Society sociology course are partnering with Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME)and Legal Aid of Southwest Ohio to illuminate the experiences of eviction in our community.
 – Read Johns-Wolf’s report for the city of Cincinnati: “You are being asked to leave the premises”: A Study of Eviction in Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio, 2014-2017. 
– Read Cincinnati Enquirer coverage of a new City Council effort to reduce evictions based on Johns-Wolf’s work.
 – Read or listen to coverage from WVXU about gentrification in Over-the-Rhine featuring comments from Elaina Johns-Wolfe.

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Unlike the traditional research designed and led by academics, collaborative community research empowers UC faculty who work with community organizations and local residents. Click here for more information about our research process.


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