Forbes: UC is central to Cincinnati's innovation story
November 5, 2019
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As a special holiday treat, UC Real Estate Center will host the December Roundtable program at the new Lindner Hall, home of the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business.
While visiting the new facility, Roundtable attendees will hear from Lindner Hall building designer Doug Marsh, senior vice president of public markets with KZF Design. Marsh will provide insight on the new, state-of-the-art building's project design and outline key features of the new facility.
UC Chief Innovation Officer David Adams and the newly appointed Linder College of Business Dean Marianne Lewis, will speak on recent initiatives that have impacted the college, students and the Cincinnati community.
David J. Adams is the University of Cincinnati’s Chief Innovation Officer. As CIO, he leads the Office of Innovation in the strategy, planning, and execution of the university’s Innovation Agenda and the programming and development of Cincinnati’s innovation district. This includes the 1819 Innovation Hub and the recently announced Digital Futures Complex. Before joining UC, he was the Chief Administrative Officer and CEO of the Institute for Product Realization at the University of Louisville.
Marianne W. Lewis, PhD, is the tenth dean and professor of management at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business University of Cincinnati. Previously, she has served as dean of the Cass Business School, City, University of London and as a UK Fulbright. Lewis has earned numerous teaching and research awards throughout her academic career. An international expert on organizational paradoxes, her research explores tensions and competing demands surrounding leadership and innovation. She applies her renowned paradox lens across such diverse contexts as strategy, product development, organizational change, governance and technology implementation.
Doug Marsh, CDT is Senior Vice President and leader of KZF’s public markets. Doug guides the overall operations and development of KZF's education, transportation & infrastructure and government markets. He has acted as principal-in-charge and/or project manager for many of the firm’s largest public projects for clients such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Doug joined KZF in 1989 after studying architecture at the University of Cincinnati. His project experience includes renovation projects and new construction for a variety of building types, including court facilities, corrections facilities, educational institutions, office/administration, laboratories and housing buildings. READ MORE>>
Please note that parking is available in the Campus Green and Woodside Ave. garages located adjacent to the Lindner College of Business.
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