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RWC Zoo Day Recap Coming Home Again Help RWC Keep Growing BTAS At RWC Alums enjoy annual event RWC Vet Tech faculty and staff Dean Cady Short-Thompson Baccalaureate programs are page 2 return to where it all began asks for alumni support as we coming to RWC. Learn about page 3 continue to grow the newest offering page 4 page 7 Autumn 2010 Published for the Alumni & Friends of UC Raymond Walters College starting the conversation Jean-Robert Cadet kicks off Community Conversations speaker series “ “stay with” betrays the real circumstances I’ve never had parents. I’ve for many young children sent to live with a family who has promised to educate and had owners. I don’t even know house them. In reality, the children are living lives of extreme servitude, with neglect, how old I am. But none of that physical and sexual abuse, and isolation the norm. is the worst part. The worst ” Jean-Robert Cadet was lucky. He escaped part is the isolation. the restavek system in the early 1970s, when his owners moved to the United States On October 6, Jean-Robert Cadet spoke and turned him out of their home. He was of his experience growing up as a child fifteen years old. He was homeless. And he slave in Haiti; the event was the spoke little English. But still, he counted first in a series of Community himself lucky. “At that point, I allowed fate Conversations that will to take control of my life,” says Cadet. He be held at Raymond believes everything happened to him for a Walters College this reason, bringing him to where he is today. year. Through his young adulthood, a series of Exposing A Modern- fortuitous events led Jean-Robert to gradu- Day Slave Trade ate high school, enter the army, become a Today, more than U.S. citizen and eventually acheive higher 300,000 Haitian education and marry the love of his life. children are living as Jean-Robert found his American dream – a slaves, trapped in the life, a job and a family of his own. Yet, his restavek system. This past remained a secret even to his wife and Former Haitian child slave, Jean-Robert Cadet, works toward French term meaning son. a brighter future for the children of Haiti through his Continued, pg. 3 foundation Restavek No More. Another Great Day Coming Home Again At The Zoo RWC’s Vet Tech faculty and staff know home is where the heart is Who says you can’t go home again? Six graduated with an A.S. More Once again, the RWC Alumni Day at the Zoo, held Saturday, staff members of the Veterinary Technology UC connections! Lois Abbott, August 7, 2010, was an overwhelming success. This year’s Program at RWC would not agree. All six are RVT, (Lab manager) and Kelly outing was attended by 410 alumni and guests, and raised graduates of the two year associate degree Vearil, RVT, (Lab associate) $2,582 for the RWC Alumni Association scholarship fund. program. After varied careers in the field of returned to the program after veterinary medicine, their paths led them working various positions as Besides enjoying a day of exploring the zoo and a bounti- back to their alma mater. Jennifer Wells veterinary technicians in private ful buffet lunch, this year’s attendees got an opportunity to (Program Director) worked with horses in a and specialty practices. mixed animal practice after graduating with “ meet RWC’s new dean. Dean Cady a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from The Giving Back To RWC We enjoyed our RWC Day Ohio State University. Jane Goecke, DVM, ” Short-Thompson More than 90 years of combined (Assistant Professor) also a graduate of OSU, at the Zoo. Thanks so much! introduced herself worked with cats and dogs as well as with experience beginning with their and her family to initial graduation from RWC help the University of Cincinnati’s department of Joyce Swallow (Class of ’83) the crowd and to make the program a success. spoke about the Lab Animal Medicine. Both Drs. Wells and Over 800 graduates spanning a various ways alumni can support Raymond Walters College. Goecke felt that their AAS degree from RWC 35 year period the program has She updated everyone on the latest happenings of the col- helped them with the rigorous acceptance been in existence add up to a lege on everything from new faculty hires, professional advi- process for vet school and gave them in- big contribution to the world of sors, student enrollment statistics, capital campaign, BTAS, valuable experience and job opportunities animal health. The Vet Tech team and the college’s name change. while continuing their education. all returned to RWC to give back left: , pictured, from to the next generation of vet techs fa culty and staff Goecke, ch program il, Jane Keith Stichtenoth, Associate Director of A number of graduates of the program the knowledge and dedication RWC’s Vet Te tt, Kelly Vear throughout the years have followed this m Myers, Amberly Lovi Communications at the University of they were given as students while attend- Ki bbott ls and Lois A Cincinnati Alumni Association, let attendees in on pathway to become veterinarians. Kim ing RWC. One thing they all agree on: “We Jennifer Wel the connection between RWC and the uptown Myers, RVT, (Associate Professor) received hope to continue to be part of the Raymond campus and the benefits and services offered by her B.S. in Biology from the University of Walters community for a long time,” said Dr. the UCAA as well as the latest on events such as Cincinnati. Another vet tech alumna joining Jennifer Wells. UC Homecoming. our staff this year is Amberly Lovitt who also RWC Alumni Council Chair, Marilyn Simon, focused on the history of the council and its sig- Starting The Conversation, cont. nature events and reassured alumni that even community though the campus is growing and changing our mission is still the same, providing a qual- “When my young son finally asked my about my family, I Today, Cadet is partnering with Raymond Walters College and conversations ity education to those that attend RWC. knew the truth must come out. other local organizations to Help Us Continue The Conversation! We’re committed to I knew I couldn’t lie to my son,” create a curriculum for Haitian making Community Conversations an ongoing program, The picnic lunch of hotdogs, hamburgers, po- recounted Cadet. schools designed to address offering compelling, insightful speakers. So that this pro- tato salad, baked beans and cookies rounded cultural mores and values that gram can better serve you, please provide suggestions on itself out with a free raffle of donated items Working To Make A Difference permit the restavek practice to future speakers that will be of interest to you. conducted by RWC Alumni Council Vice From the moment Jean- continue. To see how you can Chair Rhonda Bryan. Robert told his story to his help, visit www.jeanrcadet.org. Name of Speaker: _______________________________ family, he knew his life was Topic: _________________________________________ forever changed. The catharsis Contact Information: _____________________________ From Far And Wide Continue The Conversation compelled him to found the Cadet’s presentation was part of RWC alumni traveled from far and wide to attend the RWC Alumni Day Jean-Robert Cadet Foundation: Name of Speaker: _______________________________ at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Alumni came to join in a new initiative by the college Restavek No More. Topic: _________________________________________ the festivities from Columbus, OH, Batesville, IN and even Milton, WV. titled “Community Conversations” Contact Information: _____________________________ Karen Lasley tells why she came almost 200 miles to enjoy the day that is designed to encourage Cadet’s 1998 autobiography, dialogue and understanding. Pro- with her fellow alums. Restavek: From Haitian Slave Child vocative speakers cover a broad to Middle Class American, helped variety of topics, stressing com- Want To Learn More?Please provide your contact infor- “I graduated in 1974 as an Animal Care Technician. I loved all of my classes and I learned so much, plus had fun. I no longer work with animals bring to light the atrocities so munity engagement and civic mation to receive mailings and/or email communications many children still experience. about upcoming Community Coversations events. but I do still use my knowledge as I am currently taking care of a bird that someone has shot. The CATalyst Over the past several years, Jean- action; all of them are expected to interest, challenge or entertain Robert has traveled to Haiti to the audience. Name: ____________________________________ We have nothing like the Cincinnati Zoo in WV, when I found out about petition the government to put Address: __________________________________ Zoo Day I couldn’t wait. Three of us came to visit and had a great time. We Published Quarterly by saw the entire zoo. Talking to the zookeepers taught us so much. The food Raymond Walters College, College Relations an end to the practice of child For more information or with City: ___________________ State: ____ Zip: _____ and atmosphere at the picnic was magnificent. I especially enjoyed the Alumni Relations Coordinator, Gwen Dean slavery. But, in reality, the prac- questions, please contact the Email: ____________________________________ bird show. I cannot wait until next year.” Editor, Michael Ziepfel tice is so ingrained in the Haitian College Relations department, lifestyle, that the only chance for Please mail form to: For inquiries, please call (513) 745-5685 UC Raymond Walters College, at RWC College Relations, 9555 Plainfield Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45236 the end of the restavek system (513) 745-5685. http://www.rwc.uc.edu/alumni/index.html Or send an email to email@example.com. lies with education. University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College 2 3 www.rwc.uc.edu/alumni Your Gift Helps Us Keep Growing did you know? Dean Cady Short-Thompson As we ask for alumni support in the growth of the college, From one UC alumna to another, all that is ahead of us! One way you our alumni association is now just 4 Any amount you can donate to Ray- our faculty and staff at RWC are proving they are committed I need you. As we launch the next can help is to donate money to our years old. I genuinely appreciate all mond Walters College (by designat- to the growth as well. Through financial gifts and donations decade of growth and development Raymond Walters College Building of the ways that many of you have ing our College and preferably its of time, we’re all working together for a brighter future. at your alma mater, I will need the Fund. We plan to renovate our annex supported the college with your Building Fund) is appreciated and help and support of every alumnus, facility (corner of Cooper and Plain- time and talents via the RWC Alumni shows your support of your alma Faculty /Staff Campaign Exceeds Goals community partner, colleague, and field), various areas in Muntz Hall, a Association and now I ask for your mater and our future. RWC’s faculty and staff members have come through with business. new 65,000 square foot building to financial support of our work. an unprecedented level of support for our college’s fund- house aca- To give, go to https://webapps. “ raising campaign, with 83% participation in giving. As you will hear in the upcoming demic class- Other uc.edu/foundation/gift/gift.aspx to weeks and months, we are plan- rooms and In case you haven’t heard, we are colleges donate online (credit or debit card) ning to significantly renovate and faculty offices, have been or send a donation (checks please) Mentoring Tomorrow’s Alums expand our facilities to grow our and more. growing faster than most colleges at raising to our Development Officer Linda RWC’s Academic Achievement Scholarship is awarded au- academic programs and enrollments Our college Heines, Raymond Walters College, tomatically to incoming freshmen who rank in the top 25% UC and competitors at other academic funds from of their high school graduating class and enroll as full-time at Raymond Walters College. In case is working to alumni de- University of Cincinnati, Mail Loca- degree-seeking students at our campus. For the 2010-11 you haven’t heard, we are grow- raise funds institutions — our fall enrollments are velopment tion 0086, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236. school year, the Academic Achievement Scholarship was ing faster than most colleges at UC from the state, yeas for and competitors at other academic corporations, up 15% and we have more growth on many years; You will receive a receipt from the UC awarded to 95 students. And each of those students has ” institutions—our fall enrollments are private do- now I need Foundation for tax purposes. And of been paired with an RWC faculty or staff mentor volun- up 15% and we have more growth nors, faculty/ the horizon. your help course, 100% of your donation will teer. These mentors will work directly with these students on the horizon. This is a truly exciting staff, and now to enable go to building improvements to host throughout the year to help ensure their success at RWC. time at Raymond Walters College and you. us to attain more students, allowing us to open the University of Cincinnati. our mission of educating as many our doors wide open to anyone who Conducting fund-raising among our students as possible in the same dreams of earning a college educa- Yet, we will need everyone’s help to alumni base is a sign of our college’s high quality, caring, affordable, and tion. Thanks for your continued sup- RWC’s Dean Cady Short-Thompson, a UC alum, reaches out to grow our facilities to keep up with evolution and maturity. As you likely convenient way that you experienced port of Raymond Walters College! the RWC alumni community to help the college grow. our enrollment growth and achieve know, our college is 43 years old and first-hand. congratulations to our summer 2010 grads April Anthony Mary Carter Mary Ellen Elkins Jen Hughes Brittany McGinnis Zachary Parr Hannah Spencer Dental Hygiene Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Pre-Criminal Justice Pre-Advanced Med. Imaging Tech, Pre-Business Administration Veterinary Technology Melissa Ballauer Richard Castle Danielle Fowee Brian Hughes Annie McKinney Raymond Person Cynthia Stark Radiation Therapy Technology Electronic Media Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Pre-Criminal Justice Veterinary Technology Lanique Bass Jessica Charleville William Gant Latrina Hyde Theresa McKinney Adrienne Pettigrew Lisa Stephens Pre-Advanced Med. Imaging Veterinary Technology Radiation Therapy Technology Radiation Therapy Technology Veterinary Technology Dental Hygiene Computer Support Technology Abby Baverman Breanna Cobbs Kimberly Glass Julie Kurzhals Ashley Meinke Tammi Powell Timothy Stewart Pre-Psychology Pre-Business Administration Pre-Early Childhood Education Veterinary Technology Radiation Therapy Technology Veterinary Technology Computer Support Technology Corey Bender Emily Coleman Amy Goldman Terry Lewis Brandy Menetrey Savannah Proffitt Ashley Sutter Automotive Technology Communication Design Veterinary Technology Pre-Pharmacy Radiation Therapy Technology Veterinary Technology Liberal Arts & Radiation Therapy Technology Jaymin Berry Loran Condo Victoria Goodwin Kenneth Limber Ashley Meyer Joseph Rader Pre-Business Administration Veterinary Technology Radiation Science Technology Veterinary Technology Pre-Business Administration Pre-Business Administration Kevin Sweeney Jeffrey Walton Veterinary Technology Emergency Medical Services Chelsea Bingham Megan Covey Matthew Griffiths Thomas Lovell Stacey Miller Roseanna Ramsey Veterinary Technology Dental Hygiene Pre-Law Business Management Technology Dental Hygiene Veterinary Technology Sharon Taylor Kayleigh Weathers Business Management Tech Administrative Management Tech Candice Bridge Pamela Craft Emily Hanneken David Lux Bobby Miller Samantha Read Radiation Therapy Technology Veterinary Technology Dental Hygiene Nursing Technology Computer Support Technology Radiation Therapy Technology Nicole Tebbe Lori Wilp Veterinary Technology Business Management Tech Alexandra Bronnert Erin Crisp Jessica Hatton Kathryn Mappes Rana Miller Catherine Reina Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Pre-Pharmacy Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Tara Thomas Chunlu Wissinger Tera Bullock Whitney Heldman Laura Martin Charles Schulte Veterinary Technology Pre-Business Administration Ciara Curlis Christina Morningstar Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Pre-Mortuary Science Liberal Arts Veterinary Technology Pre-Chemistry Elizabeth Urban Kelli Yount Stephen Burrell Lauren Hill James Mason Zachary Shonkwiler Veterinary Technology Veterinary Technology Brandon Dietz Maycee Newberry Radiation Therapy Technology Pre-Business Administration Radiation Therapy Technology Pre-Business Administration Pre-Med Communication Design Frankie Wagschal Jennifer Zerhusen Natalee Carpenter Cheryl McBride Virginia Smith Veterinary Technology Radiation Therapy Technology Lorie Eldridge Jenna Huff William Newton Pre-Business Administration Veterinary Technology Medical Assisting Services Pre-Business Administration Pre-Business Administration Dental Hygiene University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College 4 RWC Offers New Baccalaureate Program in 2011 mystory is a regular feature of the CATalyst, where we ask RWC alums to share with us their stories Thanks to an innovative new academic program that’s of success. To be featured in a future issue of mystory, email your story to Gwendolyn.Dean@uc.edu. Help Your Business Grow a collaboration between Raymond Walters College and Clermont College, UC’s two regional colleges will soon back where it all began With Social Media Marketing offer a baccalaureate degree in technical and applied studies (BTAS). The program has been approved by the Join Us For An Informative Seminar, November 13 university’s Board of Trustees and Ohio’s Board of Re- 2007 Grad Danny Cox Goes Full Circle gents; it is currently in the final approval stage at RWC’s “ they really seemed to care able to teach as well. I Register now to attend the workshop Using Social Media to Market accrediting body, the Higher Learning Commission about me as a student and a Growing up in never dreamed that I Your Business. This is an hour long session designed to help businesses: (HLC). The initiative is another example of the innova- person. would be back here teach- • Identify social media sites and relevant tools tive partnership between RWC and Clermont College, Appalachia I always ing with those whom I • Examine social media strategies and components of an effective plan this one created under the leadership of co-chairs Phil I loved the small class sizes admire so much – it is so • Observe real examples of best practices in social media Luther, chair of RWC’s English and Communications that allowed me to be a wanted to be a nurse surreal. department, and Jeff Bauer, chair of Clermont’s Business name – not just a number. I This event will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010 from Division. think that this helped push or to be a teacher, Coming Full Circle 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in room 100 of the Science and me because if I did not do Allied Health Building at UC Raymond Walters College. The BTAS is designed for students who already hold now I have the best of I am currently employed a technical associate degree, such as an Associate of well, those same instructors as the Director of Nursing The presentation will be made by Kendra Applied Science or an Associate of Applied Business. were going to be asking me both worlds and I owe for a 70 bed rehabilita- Ramirez of Accelerated Business Results. ” what happened. For me, it tion facility and I am also According to Roger Hehman, the college’s BTAS director Kendra is a nationally recognized social was a much more personal it all to RWC. a adjunct instructor at and professor in the Business & Economics department, experience than those I had RWC, teaching in the same media authority and was a finalist for the program is a perfect option for the working adult at a university years earlier. program that gave me the 2009 Social Media Innovator of the who desires to move into a supervisory or administra- the skills and confidence to be where I Year award. As founder and president tive position. “This program will be the ideal opportu- Lighting The Fire am today. My greatest accomplishment of Sales Konnect, she helped hundreds nity for those who want to take the next step in their Growing up in Appalachia, I always of organizations leverage social media professional career by fulfilling the course requirements wanted to be a nurse or to be a teacher; The Nursing Professors at RWC were since graduating from RWC is returning awesome; they really seemed to have a here and joining the ranks of those from tools. In addition to her social media necessary to complete a baccalaureate degree,” explains now I have the best of both worlds and I strategy and consulting background, Hehman. “The curriculum focuses on the practices a owe it all to RWC. vested interest in my success. The clinical whom I learned so much. portion of the program is such that you Kendra has vast experience in the areas of manager must know in order to be effective in either a really get to know those individual pro- information technology, B2B sales, account management, non-profit or government organization or in the private Prior to starting at RWC, I was a Licensed training, channel partnerships, prospecting, and recruiting. sector.” Practical Nurse and knew that I wanted fessors and I felt that I learned so much to further my education. RWC was a great from each one of them. They taught me We’d love to hear your success story. how to grow within my chosen profes- To be featured in a future issue of The Visit www.rwc.uc.edu/alumni to register or call 513-936-1577. The two-year program totals 90 academic credits and place for me to start back to school as Registration is only $10. includes courses such as team building & project facilita- I was a non-traditional student; it had sion and how to make the transition from CATalyst, please email your story to Gwen a Licensed Practical Nurse to a Registered Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org. tion, financial information for managers, workplace been more than fifteen years since high ethics, human resource practices, applied statistics, school. I found the campus easy to navi- gate and the instructors were so helpful, Nurse. They also inspired me to continue my education so that one day I may be Helping Our Garden Grow employment law, employee supervision, and leadership theory and practice. Classes would be offered in the day Looking for a place to sell your home- If you or someone you know would be grown goods? Want to support your interested in helping to organize or sup- and evening at both RWC and Clermont College; in ad- community growers? We’re investigat- port this undertaking, please contact dition, several online courses may be offered. rwc was good to me ing the option of hosting a weekly Farmer’s Market at RWC in the coming Ginny Hizer at 513-745-5706 or email@example.com. “We see the BTAS as a pathway which will allow those with work experience to obtain a bachelor’s degree Kara Scheid Remembers The Difference RWC Made year, but need volunteers from our com- without losing credits from their associate’s degree,” munity to help get this initiative started. In June 1992, I graduated from Sycamore RWC Was The Right Fit For Me what is happening on campus and to states RWC Dean Cady Short-Thompson. “For many stu- High School, then attended University In 2009, I obtained a Medical Billing check out other Raymond Walters alumni dents, the BTAS will be a ‘two-plus-two’ program as they of Cincinnati on main campus. There I received a Pre-Business Management Technology degree at Raymond Walters. I enjoyed the small size classes. Raymond events. I have been a volunteer for vari- ous events in Cincinnati and enjoy the Red & Black And Green All Over take only two additional years of coursework beyond their associate’s program. The knowledge they will learn degree in Walters was close to my home and park- opportunity to experience the Raymond While UC’s Raymond Walters College But many of the materials may have a through the program will enhance and supplement the 1995, and ing was easier. The close interaction be- Walters Alumni Council. I will always is typically portrayed in red and black, second life – as they are being carefully technical skills they already possess. ” went on tween teachers and advisors at Raymond enjoy my time spent on main campus the college is thinking green these days. dismantled by Building Values, a local to work Walters has always been outstanding. but I will especially remember my time at Thanks to growth in enrollment and a group that encourages recycling and She adds, “We’re ready to launch this ground-breaking various While working on my Medical Billing de- Raymond Walters. strategic master plan, RWC is currently reuse of buildings, from businesses to new program and hope to soon have the green light clerical gree, Professor Rachael Alstatter tutored deconstructing three no-longer-used residences. Building Values, along with from the HLC. To that end, we’re addressing internal jobs and me and encouraged me to do better. houses on the campus. Rumpke and Act Recycling are working structures and finalizing such operational issues as retail During an illness, Professor Mary Beth We’re thrilled to have Kara as part of the with RWC to ensure as much as possible personnel, budget and marketing. Our hope is to start positions. Browder kept me up to date by e-mail; Alumni Council, and continue to seek In August 2006, 95-year-old Alta “Mae” of the materials can be salvaged. That offering BTAS courses as early as the fall 2011 academic Then I was she contacted me about my coursework other RWC alums who would like to help Burnett passed and, since then, her may mean that the bricks and steel- term.” motivated so I would not get behind. I was encour- plan events for our 13,000 alumni. home has been empty. The house, origi- work from one house, the slate shingles to obtain aged by these professors to do better and nally built in 1865, has been revamped from the former College Relations While it’s still too soon to officially enroll, RWC is cur- a Bachelor of Science in 2002, majoring in I really appreciate it. To see how you can volunteer with the and added to but much of the character house, and the hand-hewed wooden rently compiling a list of those interested in the BTAS business management. I was not fulfilled RWC Alumni Council, please contact of the building remained, although in pegs that attached the roof to the walls program; once final approvals are obtained, program in the business world and researched the Today, working with the Raymond Gwen Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org poor shape due to every day wear and in the old farmhouse, a mainstay in Blue and registration details will be distributed to those on future workforce. Walters Alumni Council allows me to see or 513-936-1577. tear. Ash for so many years, eventually find the list. For more information, please call Grace at (513) new life in a new home. 745-5785 or email BTASInfo@rwc.uc.edu. University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College 6 7 www.rwc.uc.edu/alumni Non-Profit Org. US POSTAGE PAID Cincinnati, OH PERMIT NO.7045 Raymond Walters College 9555 Plainfield Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45236 upcoming events UC Bearcat Blitz Before all home football games played at Nippert Stadium at Myers Alumni Center RWC Alumni Silent Auction Saturday, April 16, 2011 Coming Soon! come and oin your fellow alumni for The 2-4:30 p.m., SAHB Room 100 Using Social Media CATwalk. Cheer on the Bearcats as they head to Nippert Stadium and pass directly through Auction item donations are now being ac- cepted for this annual scholarship fundraiser. to Market Your Business November 13, 2010 the Bearcat Blitz 2½ hours before kickoff. At To donate, contact Gwendolyn Dean at 513- Identify social media sites and relevant the only on-campus tailgate lot enjoy ample 936-1577. tools. Examine social media strategies and indoor seating and big-screen TV, access to the components of an effective plan. restrooms inside the Alumni Center and food RWC Career Fair Demonstrate real -life examples of best & drink available for purchase. Don’t forget to Wednesday, April 20, 2011 practices in social media. join us for the new FAN Zone on Sigma Sigma 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Commons near the Myers Alumni Center Muntz Lobby before these remaining home games: Saturday, Nov. 20 Rutgers Whether you’re in the market yourself, or have Survival Skills for Today’s Economy Saturday, Dec. 4 Pittsburgh opportunities at your business to extend to and Beyond, 2011 fellow RWC students or graduates, our career Develop a cash management strategy. fair offers fantastic networking opportunities. Alumni Appreciation Build a road map to your financial goals. Invest your financial resources wisely. Reception & Concert Distinguished Awards Ceremony Saturday, March 19, 2011 Friday, April 29, 2011 You can register now for these sessions. 6:30 p.m., Library, Muntz 117 6:00 p.m., SAHB Room 100 Call Gwendolyn Dean at 513-936-1577 An Evening of Gershwin, Join us as we present our distinguished ser- or visit www.rwc.uc.edu for more 8:00 p.m., Auditorium, 119 vice awards to alumni, faculty and staff. information. Join fellow RWC alums for an unforget- table evening. A wine and cheese reception precedes a special concert event for RWC’s UC Alumni Weekend Rhythm ‘n’ Blue Ash concert series featur- May 13-15, 2011 ing The David Leonhardt Jazz Group with For details, visit www.uc.edu/alumni. the Shelley Oliver Tap Dancers. Alums who subscribe to all three Rhythm ‘n’ Blue Ash performances receive free entrance to the reception; visit www.rwc.uc.edu to purchase a subscription. For more information contact Gwendolyn Dean at 513-936-1577.
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