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Etiquette is Power to one of 'Best 300 Professors' If you’re the type of person who doesn’t know a salad fork from a tuning fork, it’s OK, there is help. LisaMarie Luccioni, known as the University of Cincinnati’s "Miss Manners," has been teaching in the Communication Department for 23 years and also teaches a "Business Etiquette and Professional Image" class in UC's Lindner College of Business.

 

Her social savviness and popularity among her students recently helped her earn nationwide recognition from The Princeton Review, a Massachusetts-based education services company known for its test-prep courses, books and student survey-based college rankings. Luccioni was profiled in "The Best 300 Professors," a collaboration between the Review and RateMyProfessors.com published April 3.

Read Luccioni’s thoughts on the honor and why etiquette matters.

 

 

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