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Alumnus Steve Schaefer retires from namesake firm

January 14, 2021

Steve Schaefer, a two-time University of Cincinnati graduate, retired from his namesake structural engineering firm on December 31, 2020. He started Schaefer in 1976 in Cincinnati and served as president until 2006 when he shifted to a principal role. Schaefer earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and his MBA from UC in 1970 and 1976, respectively. The UC College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) awarded him the Herman Schneider Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007.

Lindner professor uses analytics to solve problems

November 20, 2020

A professor at the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business in the Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems (OBAIS), Fry enthusiastically shares his knowledge with students. "What’s unique about analytics is that it can be applied to so many different problems," Fry says. "I’ve been able to apply analytic models to healthcare, voting, logistics and even sports." Fry, who is also academic director of the UC Center for Business Analytics, says partnerships with 29 companies like Cincinnati Children’s, GE Aviation and Macy’s, give students access to experiential data and the opportunity to solve real problems.

Joint Mission

November 10, 2020

He came to the University of Cincinnati from Harlem, via New York City’s prestigious High School of Economics & Finance. He came for a college education, to launch his military career in the ROTC, and to revel in the nationally ranked Bearcat basketball team. She came to UC from Columbus, Ohio, a Darwin T. Turner Scholar. She came for a college education, for the honors program, and to participate in activities sponsored by the African American Cultural and Research Center (AACRC).

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