It’s an exciting time at the University of
Cincinnati’s Lindner College of Business.
This coming August, we will welcome more than
5,000 new and returning students through these
doors as the inaugural class to learn in this
state-of-the-art facility.
Our new building will serve as a collaborative,
accessible space for our students, faculty,
and the Greater Cincinnati business community.
It will be a stunning addition to one of the
world’s most beautiful college campuses.
As interim dean, I’m proud to be leading Cincinnati’s
extraordinary college of business, and today
I’m delighted to be showing you a preview
of our new home, yet another step toward achieving
Carl Lindner’s vision of helping us become
one of the finest business colleges in the
nation.
In our new building we will have cutting-edge
classrooms, like the Goering Lecture Hall,
and Johnson Investment Lab, that will dramatically increase our ability to
offer immersive learning that helps amplify
student engagement.
Huddle spaces, team rooms, and informal meeting
rooms, that will allow our students numerous
opportunities to collaborate and build friendships
that can grow into lifelong social and business
networks.
A first floor that will serve as a single
destination for student services, including
the Bourgraf Career Services space, and our
undergraduate, graduate, and international
programs offices.
One of our newest developments, the Kautz
Attic, will be an exciting, dynamic space,
where we will provide transformative training
in entrepreneurship and innovation.
This will greatly facilitate our students’
connections to the vibrant innovation activities
at the 1819 Innovation Hub and beyond.
Thank you to all of our supporters who have
already contributed to make this amazing building
possible.
Your generosity and commitment to Lindner
have been essential in helping us achieve
our success, and we are deeply grateful for
your support.
If you haven’t yet contributed, there are
still opportunities for you to join with us
to support a new Lindner building that will
be transformative for our students, faculty,
and community.

Building Lindner | Winter 2019 Update

One thought on “Building Lindner | Winter 2019 Update

  • March 29, 2019 at 6:52 am
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    Will this building be open for Fall of 2019?

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