Pictured (above): Elizabeth "Liz" Pouya, a rising senior majoring in physiology and neurobiology who ultimately hopes to become a physician, presents her idea to prospective investors. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business)
“I Was Surprised That Someone Hadn’t Invented This Yet”
2016 iQ Winners
UConn senior Stephen Hawes’ debuted as an entrepreneur several years ago, working diligently to perfect his first invention: a wrist-mounted, propane-driven flame thrower. His parents worried that their son, a mechanical engineering student, would burn down their home.
History in the Making
Brexit: People Had Enough With Distant Bureaucrats Telling Them What To Do
A blog post by Robert Bird, Associate Professor of Business Law and Eversource Energy Chair in Business Ethics, Marketing
One of my enduring interests is research and teaching related to values-driven business. I jumped at the opportunity to teach a law and ethics course in London this summer with 14 bright UConn undergraduates. Little did I know that our summer course would take place right in the middle of one of the most important events of modern Europe – the vote on whether the fifth-largest economy in the world would leave the European Union.