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NEXT Innovation Scholars shape UC grad’s global aspirations

June 7, 2024

After hailing from the African country of Ghana and later growing up in the Columbus, suburbs, Lance Entsuah ultimately landed in the bustling halls of the University of Cincinnati. Since then, he's charted an extraordinary path marked by academic excellence and ambitious innovation — an achievement he attributes significantly to his involvement in the university’s NEXT Innovation Scholars program.

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NEXT Innovation Scholars shape UC grad’s global aspirations

June 7, 2024

After hailing from the African country of Ghana and later growing up in the Columbus, suburbs, Lance Entsuah ultimately landed in the bustling halls of the University of Cincinnati. Since then, he's charted an extraordinary path marked by academic excellence and ambitious innovation — an achievement he attributes significantly to his involvement in the university’s NEXT Innovation Scholars program.

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The benefits and downsides for 'forever renters'

May 29, 2024

A growing number of people expect to rent their entire lives instead of buying a home, which presents potential benefits and downsides for these “forever renters,” University of Cincinnati professors told Business Insider.

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Built-to-rent home inventory increases in Cincinnati region

May 22, 2024

Options are increasing for people who want the benefits of living in a house without the need for a mortgage as the number of built-to-rent homes is increasing in the Cincinnati region, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. Gary Painter, PhD, the academic director of the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business real estate program and a professor of real estate, thinks concerns about the developments are misplaced.

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Seminar sessions offer career prep for MS-IS students

May 20, 2024

The recent fall and spring semesters offered students enrolled in Lindner's Master of Science in information systems (MS-IS) program the opportunity to connect their academic learnings with the realities of the business world.

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Residents concerned about high concentration of low-income...

May 16, 2024

Efforts to build more affordable housing in Cincinnati have created concerns for residents as low-income housing has been concentrated in some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods, WCPO reported. Gary Painter, PhD, the academic director of the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business real estate program and a professor of real estate, said a complaint against the city could lead to positive outcomes.

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Lindner offers multiple MBA modalities to accommodate a diverse...

May 14, 2024

Emerging and growing professionals have multiple pathways toward earning a Master of Business Administration at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. By assessing their needs, time commitments and career goals, professionals at all levels can choose from a full-time cohort learning experience, a working professionals part-time degree program or an online MBA option.

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ABC News: Starbucks sees sales slump

May 13, 2024

Sales at Starbucks are slumping, ABC News reported, which has some people worried about broader consumer spending. Michael Jones, PhD, assistant professor of economics in the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business, told ABC News there should be concern if more companies start reporting similar declines to revenue.

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Scholarship success: Two UC grads shine at spring commencement

May 9, 2024

In a testament to the transformative power of education and financial support, Precious Randall and Corin Manning, recent graduates of the University of Cincinnati, have emerged as shining examples of success. Each graduated with bachelor's degrees from CECH in spring of 2024, but what sets them apart is not just their academic prowess; it's their remarkable journey made possible by scholarships that paved their paths to success.

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UC faculty unveil startup platform to redefine NIL landscape

May 8, 2024

UC faculty develop new platform for students to track scholarship criteria and monetize their name, image and likeness (NIL) for branding purposes. Carbon Copy Assets will launch a mobile application where students earn badges and rewards for verifying their participation at campus events like career fairs, student club meetings and volunteer opportunities. Students will also prove that they are building job and life skills such as financial and legal literacy. A blockchain will record these activities, allowing donors and employers to view a publicly verifiable, immutable list of achievements.

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Cincinnati’s data science community makes interdisciplinary...

May 7, 2024

The University of Cincinnati Center for Business Analytics held its 12th annual Analytics Summit on April 30. More than 200 attendees convened at the Sharonville Convention Center eager to dive into this year’s theme: real-world applications of business analytics.

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