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Open for Business

November 2002

A look at the ways corporate and academic worlds intersect, many of which affect our day-to-day lives.

Open for Business, November 2002

Professor Andrew Steckl holds a device that he expects will lead to higher quality screens for laptop computers. Photo/Lisa Ventre

Famous D.C. attorney on campus
Celebrity lawyer Billy Martin named new Distinguished Law Alumnus.

Nature was kind and a business was born
Professor Andrew Steckl's invention spurs upstart

Change how you shop
Students' idea could revolutionize grocery store shopping.

Better than the Ivy League
Bright business students snare great jobs as UC's first Honors-PLUS graduates.

Music can coax you to shop
Professor James Kellaris reseaches the effects of music on shoppers.

Rotten design limits technology
Leading 3-D graphics scientist Bill Buxton shares comments and his personal vision of the future.

UC's world business leaders
Alumni who head public companies with more than $150 million in sales

More than sandcastles
Mark Hutker designs homes on Martha's Vineyard that earn national acclaim

Sports

The Natural
Alum Drew Weber may own the most successful losing baseball team in America.

The Battle of Ohio
OSU Buckeyes face the UC Bearcats in Paul Brown Stadium.

Departments

Awards
University of Cincinnati Horizons wins awards

Letters to the Editor

Campus News
Ben Stein, WWII vet gets diploma, membranes rock, Greeks play.

On Campus Yesterday
Fire destroys four floats, c. 1956.