Stamford Advocate – Coffee? Coca-Cola? Or both together? On April 24, Advertising Age reported that Coca-Cola is testing a Coke-coffee hybrid beverage product in a few countries and is poised to introduce it into 25 markets. Coffee and Coca-Cola together. Interesting.
The 2019 Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference will focus on “Leading in Complex, Uncertain and Ambiguous Times,” a reflection of the myriad of ways in which business is changing. Continue Reading
There are times, Jamelle Elliott says, when she sticks her head in to watch the UConn basketball players practice for a few minutes, because she misses the sweet echo of a bouncing basketball. Continue Reading
Deciding to Pursue a Ph.D.: Three Driving Forces
Three factors inspired me to pursue a Ph.D. The first was my undergraduate advisor from San Francisco State University (SFSU) who instilled the confidence in me that I lacked: the belief that I was capable of success in a graduate program. Having someone take the time and make the effort to consider how I might be able to walk through more open doors has made an invaluable impact in the decisions I make in the classroom and in my overall career today. Continue Reading
Kerry Fochi Sanders ’93 was born a businesswoman, according to her family. From an early age she had ambition, determination and a keen financial sense.Continue Reading
Study International News – UConn School of Business has established a strong reputation for high-quality research, teaching, collaboration and outreach, and has been continuously accredited by AACSB International since 1958. Their MBA programmes are flexible – they offer full-time, part-time, executive MBA (EMBA) as well as a non-degree MBA programme for students to choose from.
When 60 thought leaders in business-law education gathered at UConn’s graduate campus in Hartford last week to look at the future of their profession, there was one message that resonated with all:
Never has there been a more critical time for legal education to be embraced as a fundamental part of a high-quality business-education curriculum.Continue Reading
Waterbury Republican-American – There’s no telling how many empty industrial buildings are rotting away on polluted properties in Connecticut. The brownfield inventory maintained by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection lists 516 sites. But state officials admit that’s not comprehensive. Sites can only land on the list after state involvement in cleanup efforts. Given the state’s long industrial history, DEEP estimates there are “probably tens of thousands” of polluted sites.