New year, new location for five Lindner research centers

Five research centers affiliated with Lindner College of Business move to Carl H. Lindner Hall

Carl H. Lindner Hall is the new home to five University of Cincinnati research centers that moved from U Square At The Loop at 255 Calhoun St., across from UC’s main campus in December of 2019.

The five centers with new locations in Lindner Hall, located at 2906 Woodside Drive, are:

  • Carl H. Lindner III Center for Insurance and Risk Management 
  • Center for Business Analytics
  • Center for Entrepreneurship and Commercialization
  • Center for Professional Selling
  • Real Estate Center

The cross-campus move for UC's Carl H. Lindner College of Business was prompted by space availability, building capacity considerations and opportunities for increased collaboration with academic departments, students, alumni and partners in the Greater Cincinnati business community.

“Our centers provide innovative professional development, research insights and networking opportunities and generate immense value for our business community through projects and programming,” said Marianne Lewis, dean at the Lindner College of Business. “We saw an opportunity to bring five of them into our beautiful new Lindner Hall, and couldn’t pass it up.”    

about two dozen people stand or sit in a large, four-story atrium that is lit by natural sunlight

Space availability and increased opportunity to host more projects and programming served as the catalyst for five centers to relocate to Lindner Hall.

The Lindner College of Business boasts six academic research centers. The sixth center, the Goering Center for Family and Private Business, remains at U Square At the Loop.

“Given the nature, frequency and consistently high attendance of our events and programs, U Square At The Loop has been an ideal home for our members,” said Carol Butler, president of the Goering Center. “We look forward to continued, cross-campus collaboration with our peer centers as we fulfill our mission to nurture and educate family and private business to drive a vibrant economy in Greater Cincinnati.”

Read more about the six Lindner College of Business research centers and stay up-to-date on events, trainings and opportunities to get involved through sponsorship or service.

Featured image: Carl H. Lindner Hall, located at 2906 Woodside Drive, is the new home to five out of the six research centers affiliated with the Lindner College of Business.

About the Lindner College of Business

At the Carl H. Lindner College of Business, we are committed to developing the next generation of business leaders. By nurturing business problem solvers for more than 110 years, we’ve served as catalysts for innovation and cutting-edge research. Through experiential learning and personalized career development, our students graduate with a competitive advantage in the workforce, ready to tackle global challenges. 

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