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Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Expert Panel on Education and Economy at the Economics Center's 2012 Annual Awards Luncheon

Monday, December 19, 2016 6:29 PM
Economics Center to recognize community leaders and discuss important topics on education and the economy.

The UC Economics Center, Carl H. Lindner College of Business, will hold its 5th Annual Awards Luncheon at noon on Thursday, March 22, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Cincinnati.

Featured panelists are: Myron (Mike) Ullman, III, Executive Chairman, J.C. Penney Terence L. Horan, President, CEO, HORAN, David M. Szymanski, Dean, University of Cincinnati College of Business Robin White, Ph.D., President, Great Oaks.

Mr. Myron (Mike) Ullman, Executive Chairman of J.C. Penney will answer questions from a panel of community leaders discussing education and our local economy. Over 500 business leaders and educators will join the Economics Center in recognizing community leaders for accomplishments throughout the year, specifically highlighting successes in economic and financial education.

Each year, at the Awards Luncheon the Economics Center acknowledges educators that have excelled in both economics and financial education. Teachers are recognized for their outstanding commitment to their students. These districts and their teachers have embraced our mission and are considered the best and brightest in the community.

The Valentine Leadership Award is presented to an elementary principal who has demonstrated leadership, excellent program implementation, creativity and advocacy for the Center’s elementary initiative. A long time supporter of this program, Ms. Margaret Valentine, Vice President of Valentine Research, has generously supported the Student Enterprise Program (StEP) and she will present this award. Ohio National Financial Services, a contributor to the Ohio Stock Market Game, which the Center coordinates statewide, awards the winning student team. This game teaches important 21st Century skills, such as critical-thinking, decision-making and research, in addition to the basics of saving and investing.

The Community Service award recognizes an organization that has important local and economic impact and is an organization that has a deep commitment to incorporating economic research into its business practices. For over 34 years, the Economics Center has been the leading non-profit organization in Greater Cincinnati for economic information and resources. The Center broadens teachers’ knowledge about economics and finance through professional development seminars and empowers these teachers to introduce these concepts to students in the K-12 classroom. The Center also informs government and business leaders with economic research analyses that guide economic development decisions for more vibrant and economically healthy communities.

This event promises to be informative and empowering. Individuals interested in attending this event and supporting the Economics Center may register online at For more information about the event, contact Jaclyn Smith at 513.556.2986 or email

As a thought leader in the community, the Economics Center provides the knowledge building blocks for a stronger economy through education and research. Our student-based programs, interactive tools and professional development improve the financial literacy of school children and young adults. Our research and consulting empowers business and civic leaders to make informed policy and economic development decisions.



Who: Open to the public (reservations required)

What: UC Economics Center's 5th Annual Awards Luncheon

Where: Hyatt Regency | 151 W. 5th Street, downtown.

When: Wednesday, March 22 | Noon-1:30 p.m.

Cost: $75 per person including the presentation and lunch.Table sponosorships also available.

Register: Economics Center