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Alumni committed to a cause

May 2009

Christopher Lewis, MD '00, founder of the Village Outreach Project, which works with Tanzanian families. Photo/Lisa Mahoney

May 2009

Savior for homeless families
Vicky Joseph, business alumna, starts Families Helping Families in Illinois.

Advocate for at-risk youth

Brig Owens has reached more than 24,000 students in Washington, D.C.

Hero and healer
Brad Wenstrup supports a military hospital in Iraq.

Makeup artist to burn survivors
Emily Nelson, theater alum, helps those at Cincinnati Shriners Hospital for Children.

Floating hospital's admiral
Mike Ullman's Mercy Ships travel the globe.

Medical musician
Deforia Lane, a music therapist, uses the power of song to ease the mind.

Anti-smoking crusader
Stanton Glantz works for clean air.

Doctor to Africa's desperate
Christopher Lewis is founder and president of the nonprofit Village Life Outreach Project.

Rebel recycler, architect
Mike Reynolds creates off-the-grid houses made from garbage.

Pioneer for patient counseling
Dorothy Smith founded a company that helps patients manage their prescriptions.

'Immortal chaplain,' rabbi
Alexander Goode was one of four remarkable men who went down with the Dorchester during World War II.


Tales from inside the Bearcat suit

Letters to the Editor
Readers submit famous alumni

Campus News
UC student gets to Carnegie via YouTube

President's View
Farewell to President Nancy Zimpher

In Focus Photo Feature
Aerial view of UC Clermont

On Campus Yesterday

Greek week in the '40s

Alumni Connection
Q&A with UCAA president

Proudly Cincinnati
Faculty member makes $1 million gift