Portfolio is published annually for Carl H. Lindner College of Business alumni, donors, faculty and staff as well as other college supporters. Each print edition features profiles on alumni, current students and faculty, as well as a year-in-review section and the latest information about the college and its mission.
Prior to the end of the 2023 spring semester, Dean Lewis and UC President Neville Pinto, PhD, sat down to discuss Lindner and UC's merging missions, enhancing the student experience, the value of co-op and more.
Place, age or stage — students from a diversity of backgrounds become problem solvers at Lindner. Four students reflect that reality by experiencing Lindner from divergent perspectives: by commuting to class five days a week; by transferring from another college or university; by attending class while fulfilling military service; and by choosing to make Lindner their new home after being raised outside of the United States.
Beginning in fall 2023, Lindner will roll out a new universal co-op program that will require all undergraduate students to complete a baseline of two co-ops, with the minimum number of experiences needed depending on the students’ specific circumstances.
The 2023 Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards featured a brand-new event format at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal to honor students, faculty, alumni and supporters of Lindner and UC.
Lindner faculty made more than 125 meaningful research contributions and presentations during the 2022-23 academic year. Take a peek into the window at the real-world expertise Lindner researchers bring to business practices.
Doctoral candidate Chad Dulle, PhD ’24, and Colin Campbell, PhD, associate professor of finance, sat down to discuss their passion for research, the student-faculty relationship and the real-world impact of research insights.
We checked in with Lindner grads across America to reflect on their time in Cincinnati and understand how and why they remain engaged with Lindner and UC. Plus, find out how to take full advantage of UC's alumni network!
Lindner aims to spread mental health awareness, balance needed preparation and stress, cultivate a culture of understanding, and alert students to resources available to them within Lindner and at UC.
The path to entrepreneurship is one of many twists and turns. From securing funding to failed ventures and creating business plans, numerous hurdles mark this journey, deterring many would-be entrepreneurs. But for a select group of students, these challenges are their biggest motivators.
Four graduates of Lindner’s full-time MBA program partnered with the Kellogg Company to solve a real-world business problem facing the organization, leading to the company’s 2023 Mother’s Day campaigns.
Lindner believes global knowledge and experience are critical components to empowering business problem solvers. Data from the 2022-23 academic year demonstrates that experiential learning reaches far beyond Cincinnati.
Lindner's Executive Cabinet, Business Advisory Council and Keating Society members explain the roles of their respective groups. Plus, a full list of 2022-23 Executive Cabinet, Business Advisory Council and Keating Society members.
Lindner students and graduates from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds reinforce how embedded experiential learning opportunities through Lindner and UC's nationally ranked co-op program can help launch careers.
Leigh R. Fox, president and CEO of altafiber, said "there is absolutely no way I’d be where I am today" without a graduate school experience at Lindner that taught Fox the value of hard work and to be open to change.
Nick Castro, JD, CDP, Assistant Dean, Inclusive Excellence, updates the Lindner community on the college's diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. Pipeline programs and inclusive entrepreneurship are among the developments intended to promote belonging.
In the 2021-22 academic year, Lindner's centers, institutes and initiatives linked students with business partners while providing key resources to constituents and supporters through projects and programming.
Presented by Lindner's Alumni Council, the 37th annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards recognized distinction in business and service, while raising funds for scholarships and financial assistance.
Lindner faculty were regularly requested by local, national and international news outlets to address business happenings and the global economy during the 2021-22 academic year. Also, the college welcomed talented new faculty and staff members, and bid farewell to retiring colleagues.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced students with co-op and internship duties to defer, pivot or adjust on the fly. Two former Lindner accounting students shared their pandemic-altered cooperative education experiences.
Welcome to the 2019 edition of Portfolio from Dean Marianne W. Lewis, PhD.
The Lindner College of Business is defining its role in the University of Cincinnati’s strategic direction, Next Lives Here. Career planning, contextual learning and flexible co-op opportunities are just the beginning.
Not everyone can vividly recall the precise time when their life’s trajectory changed, but Jeff Miller, outgoing CEO of Cincinnati-based Burke Inc., can. What started as intrigue has grown into a career of innovative client service.
Meet 2019's Cincinnati Business Achievement Award winners, the Lindner supporters among the UC Foundation's newly-elected trustees, and celebrate 30 years of excellence with the UC Real Estate Center.
Deloitte's Diana O'Brien and Lindner Associate Dean Suzanne Masterson weigh in on the theoretical and practical implications of new educational spaces, such as Lindner's new state-of-the-art building.
This 2018-19 academic year marks the University of Cincinnati's “Boldly Bearcat” Bicentennial, an extraordinary milestone that comes only once in a lifetime. Although the Lindner College of Business hasn't been around for 200 years, we've certainly celebrated a number of momentous milestones within our 112-year history. Let's take a walk down memory lane.
As one of Enerfab's first ever co-op students, CEO Scott Anderson never thought that one day he would be leading the company. Read about Scott's journey, as well as the latest on alumni, like Starbucks Chairman Myron "Mike" Ullman and young humanitarian Katelyn Jarvis.
Lindner researchers partner with UC's College of Medicine to build a data model that proves the most effective antidepressant treatment. Plus, departmental research highlights, and a new grant for big data research.