University of Cincinnati Magazine April 2008 : 2

“A scientist who is also a human being cannot rest while knowledge which might reduce suffering rests on the shelf.” — Albert Sabin, 1906-93, UC researcher, developer of oral polio vaccine, early voice insisting research and patient care were inseparable (Related story on page 48.) Published by University Relations Vice president, Gregory Vehr Editor and assistant director, Deborah Rieselman Associate editor, John Bach Assistant editor, Amanda Hughes Art director, Dawn High Photographers, Lisa Ventre, Dottie Stover, Andrew Higley, Jay Yocis “UC Magazine,” published three times a year, is mailed to donors, dues-paying members of the alumni association, full-time faculty and staff , as well as other university sup- porters. Magazine sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Foundation. Foundation president, Michael Carroll Board chairman, Jeffrey Williams, DAAP ’75 Contacting us: Phone: 513-556-3001 Fax: 513-556-3237 E-mail: Deb.Rieselman@UC.edu Mail: UC Magazine University of Cincinnati P.O. Box 210141 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0141 Address corrections: Gina Christensen, 513-556-6287 Gina.Christensen@UC.edu TRACKING TRAFFIC A sample of most-viewed recent features at www.magazine.uc.edu 1. CCM Student crowned Miss America 2008 Photos and video of Kirsten Haglund 2. Interactive campus maps An overview of UC’s transformation 3. UC rankings report How we stack up nationally 4. ‘Campus Life Then and Now’ Slideshow compares old UC to new 5. Multimedia archive A gallery of videos from campus ((( UC))) Go to magazine.uc.edu/extra for links to these features. A scientist who is also a human be st who is also a human being cannot rest while knowledge which might reduce suffering rests on the shelf.” — Albert Sabin, 1906-93, UC researcher, developer of oral polio vaccine, early voice insisting research and patient care were inseparable (Related story on page 48.) Published by University Relations Vice president, Gregory Vehr Editor and assistant director, Deborah Rieselman Associate editor, John Bach Assistant editor, Amanda Hughes Art director, Dawn High Photographers, Lisa Ventre, Dottie Stover, Andrew Higley, Jay Yocis “UC Magazine,” published three times a year, is mailed to donors, dues-paying members of the alumni association, full-time faculty and staff , as well as other university sup- porters. Magazine sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Foundation. Foundation president, Michael Carroll Board chairman, Jeffrey Williams, DAAP ’75 Contacting us: Phone: 513-556-3001 Fax: 513-556-3237 E-mail: Deb.Rieselman@UC.edu Mail: UC Magazine University of Cincinnati P.O. Box 210141 Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0141 Address corrections: Gina Christensen, 513-556-6287 Gina.Christensen@UC.edu TRACKING TRAFFIC A sample of most-viewed recent features at www.magazine.uc.edu 1. CCM Student crowned Miss America 2008 Photos and video of Kirsten Haglund 2. Interactive campus maps An overview of UC’s transformation 3. UC rankings report How we stack up nationally 4. ‘Campus Life Then and Now’ Slideshow compares old UC to new 5. Multimedia archive A gallery of videos from campus ((( UC))) Go to magazine.uc.edu/extra for links to these features. REAL-WORLD REAL-WORLD RESEARCH in crime, cancer, climate change PLUS, getting to know New alumni director Myron Hughes World Series winner Kevin Youkilis April 2008 No part of this magazine may be reproduced without prior permission of the editors. Copyright © 2008 by the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0141. All rights reserved. cover design/Dawn High cover photo/Lisa Ventre Vol. 37 No. 3 UC3633 On the cover: The Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence is having a dramatic impact on crime in Cincinnati. The program is backed by UC researcher Robin Engel (right), who has helped police target violent groups by analyzing the city’s crime data. Cincinnati Works’ Stan Ross is leading the effort to move young men from the streets and into jobs. See story on page 18. Opposite page, according to page numbers: 20 – Landscapes like this called Thomas Lowell to study melting glaciers. 22 – In Japan, a woman climbs a ladder to tie blue bags around individual apples. 32 – Coral reefs give a UC geologist a better understanding of fossils.

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