Swimming with the Dolphins

As the world's leading authority on the Atlantic spotted dolphin, Diane Herzing lives off the coast of the Bahamas in the Stenella, her 62' power catamaran, working in the crystal-blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. She has logged countless hours documenting three generations of a community of dolphins who occupy these waters...

Building A Better University

2011 has been a positive year at Union. We have balanced budgets; we have developed new academic programs; we have employed creative people throughout the organization; we have welcomed new trustees who are engaging us in new ways; we have celebrated retirements of people who devoted much of their professional careers to Union; we have welcomed new life in our organization through the birth of our employees' children; we have buried beloved colleagues and worked to memorialize them through scholarships honoring their good works and love for others; and we have celebrated more than 700 graduates across the country who are now part of our legacy of outstanding alumni. ...

Care in Madagascar

As a child growing up in Cincinnati, Dr. Virginia "Ginny" Ruehlmann Wiltse was encouraged by her parents to leave her community better than how she found it. As an adult, she took their advice and made it the foundation for her life's work...

Do Art and Online Mix?

As the online classroom increases its reach, degree programs – even those seeming now applicable to the online format – are working to adapt. Unheard of 10 years ago, students can now study studio art at a distance...

Student & Leader

Cecil Thomas didn't take the easy path when he retired from the Cincinnati Police Department (CPD) after a career of almost three decades. Instead, he has gone on to not only direct one of Cincinnati's most well-respected organizations, but is now working to help transform the city as a member of Cincinnati City Council...