Faculty Research & Publications

Empowering business problem solving isn't just for the classroom. Lindner faculty make significant contributions to their respective fields in ways that routinely affect the lives of business professionals and consumers.

Dr. Strawn and Dr. Mills sit at a desk next to each other reviewing data on a computer

Jeffrey Strawn, left, and Jeffrey Mills, right. Photo/University of Cincinnati.

University of Cincinnati is the leading Research 1 university in the Greater Cincinnati region, and one of only 130 institutions in the country classified as housing the very highest activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

Support and a culture of constantly asking, "Why?" fuels our our faculty's ambition. Peruse research highlights below or explore UC's Office of Research to learn how the university transforms the way we live, work and learn.

Research Highlights

Consumer Affairs: Socioeconomic status may affect response to depression treatment

A new University of Cincinnati study found that patients with lower incomes and less education tend to have poorer outcomes related to treatment for depression.

Led by Economics Professor Jeffrey Mills, PhD, and Jeffrey Strawn, MD, the UC cross-college collaborative research was recently published in the journal Psychiatric Services.

Lindner Faculty in the News


Local 12: Experts worry about rise in gambling addiction in Ohio...

January 18, 2023

Sports gambling became legal in Ohio as of Jan. 1, 2023 and the University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences is one of six organizations statewide to get an Ohio grant to train social workers to better handle problem gamblers in the coming year. Local12 posted a story on the program.


The Guardian: Injury pay cuts and limited leverage: five brutal...

January 17, 2023

What an NFL player does both on and off the field can affect them financially, says an article in The Guardian. For example, players who protest can see a cut in salary, according to a research study by David Niven, an associate professor in UC's School of Public and International Affairs.

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