Business Executives to Share Insight, Strategy at Stamford Program
Two prominent executives will reveal the secrets to business success at the fourth annual “CEO Evolution” from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 14, in the GenRe Auditorium at the University of Connecticut, One University Place, in Stamford, Conn.
The program is presented by Citrin Cooperman, the UConn School of Business and the Fairfield County Business Journal. Continue Reading
http://blog.charleshaylock.com– This past Wednesday (April 12th), I had the opportunity of attending another Global Business Leadership Seminar through the School of Business at the University of Connecticut.
For this particular seminar, UConn’s Thomas J. Dodd Research Center hosted Steve McDonald, Vice President and Head of Market Development, Risk, Americas at Thomson Reuters.
At the University of Connecticut, we are extremely proud of our exceptional, talented and dedicated faculty. Nevertheless, it is particularly gratifying when other professional organizations join us in recognizing our professors’ many achievements.
Last semester, two of our distinguished professors were honored with prestigious, lifetime achievement awards. Continue Reading
CNN– Reducing the cost of medical care, rather than health insurance, is so often underemphasized or even absent from discussions of reforming the health care system. And yet lowering costs of medical care is essential for broadening access to care, reducing insurance premiums and ultimately ensuring better health.
For the third year in a row, the School of Business is offering a 10-credit summer business program for undergraduate, non-business majors who want to gain valuable business knowledge and expand their marketability. Continue Reading
Personal Story of Overcoming Homelessness Adds Powerful Dimension to Net Impact Panel Discussion
Daryl Shore‘s personal story silenced the crowd at the inaugural meeting of the new UConn graduate students’ Net Impact chapter, an organization of people eager to make a positive change in the environment and the world. Continue Reading
Greenwich Time– Litchfield County has long been known for its green hills, horse farms and quaint small towns, but it is losing population at a rate that threatens to make it a region of virtual ghost towns by midcentury.