University of Cincinnati Magazine Sep 08 : 1

30 COMMUNITY PARTNERS September 2008 Being a good neighbor is a basic operating principle for the University of Cincinnati. “Community partnerships” mean faculty, students and staff mentor local school children, represent clients in courtrooms pro bono and monitor senior citizens’ health. Plus, they build Habitat homes, supply safe blood to area hospitals and even put a 312-pound football player on a playground with an adoring 10-year-old. UC and the community easily have a thousand such connections, but here we present a few dozen examples. Medical facility builds research collaboration UC sets civic example of being a good neighbor by Amanda Hughes 12 by John Bach 14 Center connects student volunteers, nonprofits by Amanda Hughes 16 Center for Community Engagement links helping hands with those in need. Domestic Violence Clinic protects victims 16 DAAP uses art to bridge communities Preparing the next generation for college 30 38 Engineers partner for experiment in living ‘green’ Medical campus provides community care UC’s Hoxworth area’s only blood supplier Latino Health Collaborative established Pharmacy college keeps elderly independent Allied health mentors learn from mentees BEARCAT SPORTS Former NBA star returns to graduate Student-athletes extend big hands to help out DEPARTMENTS 46 Letters, dream jobs News President’s column 2 6 In Focus: DAAP fashion show 24 Alumni Connection Index to 89 alumni A Strong Foundation 11 42 45 46 On Campus Yesterday, 1984 48 ((( by John Bach 38 by John Bach 40 UC))) WEB EXTRAS www.magazine.uc.edu/extra Letters and beauty queens 3 More alumni dream jobs 5 Medical breakthrough details 6 Video of Lucy the bearcat 7 Videos of UC’s Olympians 8 Read UC’s national news Video of Earl Hamner 9 10 Researcher compiles stats on deadly relationships One survivor’s tale of breaking free by John Bach 20 22 23 Raymond Walters College’s Festival in the Woods Clermont recreates Monet’s garden by Amanda Hughes 26 28 29 by Amanda Hughes 30 Several UC projects increase high school graduation, college enrollment. 33 by Angela Koenig 34 35 36 37

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