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Survey Reveals Alumni Attitudes, Perspectives

May 3, 2004

If UC is to more effectively serve its alumni, there must be greater understanding of how they feel about the university, and what motivates them to be either engaged or disengaged. A recent survey provided some new perspectives.


News Record Open House Seeks Former Staffers

May 3, 2004

Students who served on The News Record staff over the years have reported UC history as it happened. On May 21, as more history is being made on campus with the inauguration of UC President Dr. Nancy Zimpher, former staff members are invited back to see the newspaper's new facilities and reminisce.


Q&A with UC Alumni Association Leader

April 27, 2004

Most UC grads know there is a UC Alumni Association -- more than 16,000 are dues-paying members. But not everyone understands what the UCAA does, how it impacts the university, and why membership makes sense for alums, current students and the university overall. UCAA Executive Director David Macejko answers some common questions.


MainStreet Opening to Transform Clifton Campus

April 20, 2004

When the ribbon is cut to officially open MainStreet on May 21, the event will celebrate a milestone in the ongoing metamorphosis of UC's west campus in Clifton. But more importantly, it will herald a new way of life for all members of the university community -- especially students.


Virtual Campus Tour -- Next Best Thing to Being There

April 20, 2004

A frequently heard comment from alumni is, "I can't believe how much campus has changed." If you haven't gotten back to the Clifton Ave. campus recently -- or even if you have -- take a quick "virtual tour" of your old stomping grounds.


Friend and Foe: UC, XU Mix Cooperation and Competition

February 3, 2004

It's not quite Jekyll and Hyde, but the annual meeting between UC and Xavier clearly has two sides: The Crosstown Helpout is a huge, collaborative, community-service effort, while the Crosstown Shootout -- whether you play or just watch -- is a tad edgier.


Academic Planning Process to Chart UC's Emerging Vision

February 1, 2004

UC's future depends on its many stakeholders collaborating and aligning around its opportunities, challenges and shared vision. The new Comprehensive Academic Planning Process will coordinate and inspire the best thinking and planning throughout the university community. Because of their commitment to the cause, alumni are encouraged to offer their input.


UC Medical Center's Economic Impact Nears $4 Billion Mark

November 20, 2003

Many people are aware of the UC Medical Center's steady increase in research, community influence and recognition. But new economic-impact data shows the Medical Center's growth is greater and more far-reaching than most might imagine.


UCATS' Mulvihill Receives Arthritis Foundation's Top Honor

November 20, 2003

The UC community knows Bill Mulvihill for his tireless and successful fund-raising efforts on behalf of the athletics program. Meanwhile, his work on behalf of the national Arthritis Foundation has resulted in Bill's recent recognition as that organization's top volunteer.