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Lindner alum dives into the dumpster business

May 19, 2022

His future was set. John Hollis, BBA ’22, would join Integrity Express Logistics full-time as a freight broker once he graduated following the spring 2022 semester with a marketing degree.

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Students prepare digital marketing strategies for local small...

December 15, 2021

Students in the digital marketing tools (MKTG 4027) course at the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business created digital marketing campaigns tailored for local small businesses for their end-of-semester project. The students presented their work in written form as well as a 10-minute presentation, with their findings presented for the benefit of the business and the rest of the class.

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First-gen student Hailey Bell flourishing at Lindner

November 9, 2021

Hailey Bell, a native of Anderson Township and the daughter of a Jamaican immigrant, possesses a full grasp of the sacrifices her father made to ensure she had the opportunity to attend college and the resources available to her at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business.

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UC grad supplies venture capital guidance to student organization

October 29, 2021

Van Jones’ academic pursuits and business interests have taken him across the country (Chicago, Los Angeles and Columbus, Ohio) and the globe (Asia, Africa and Europe). Jones, BBA ’08, recently detailed his scholastic and business background with start-up and and venture capital in a recent meeting with the University of Cincinnati's student venture capital (VC) organization, Bearcat Ventures.

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WCPO: UC football’s success could increase enrollment

October 20, 2021

The undefeated University of Cincinnati football team recently reached its highest-ever ranking (No. 2) in program history, and a professor in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business thinks the team’s growing influence on social media could attract future students.

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UC Faculty Awards 2021: Jane Sojka

April 8, 2021

“Try it, you’ll like it!” For University of Cincinnati Marketing Professor Jane Sojka, PhD, MBA, those five words are her mantra to help women business students recognize sales as a potential career pathway.

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