Inclusion, Equity and Diversity
The Lindner Community is driven by inclusive excellence, valuing the synergistic power of collective aspirations, diversity and collaboration. Inclusive excellence is rooted in fairness and respect, valuing others and promoting belonging. We enable servant leaders that inspire confidence and empower others to do their best work and be their authentic selves.
Through business learning, we solve problems that impact lives, organizations and society. The Lindner College of Business will go beyond counting people, to making people count. Lindner students, faculty and staff strive to be culturally competent, global citizens and inclusive leaders.
Programs for Students
Since 2012, Business Fellows have found a strong sense of community and have benefited from the curricular, scholarship and professional development opportunities offered from "Day One" at UC.
As the first college-administered program at an Ohio business school specifically dedicated to supporting historically underrepresented students, Business Fellows provides a network of resources, programming and student leadership opportunities for students to achieve success at Lindner and beyond.
Lindner Inclusion Partner organizations empower their members while contributing to the cultural awareness in the Lindner College of Business and the University of Cincinnati as a whole. Current Inclusion Partner organizations include Lindner Women in Business and Pride at Lindner.
The business case for diversity, equity and inclusion is oftentimes at the heart of research and problem-solving conducted by faculty, doctoral and postdoctoral students beyond the classroom. Check out some featured research below, or search Digital Measures, our research and publication database.
- “The Effects of Diversity in Global, Distributed Collectives: A Study of Open Source Project Success” by Sherae Daniel, PhD, associate professor, operations, business analytics, and information systems (OBAIS). Read more.
- “Understanding and managing intergenerational interactions: An examination of influences and strategies” by Elaine Hollensbe, PhD, department head and professor of management, and Suzanne Masterson, PhD, associate dean, faculty, research and Lindner culture and professor of management. Read more.
- “I am and I am not: Self-verification in the face of role-based image discrepancies” by Bina Ajay, PhD, department of management. Read more.
Thanks to our Partners
The David J. Joseph Company
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Protective Life Insurance Company