Todd and Karrie Russell will tell you there’s no such thing as a talentless dancer. Given the right instruction and a commitment to learn, anyone can master an elegant waltz or an enviable Cha Cha. Continue Reading
Three recent UConn alumni are on the verge of releasing their first entrepreneurial venture, a unique card game called Roast Me. The game brings a twist to good-natured comedic gibes among friends, with a gameplay style similar to “adult” card games that have become popular in recent years.Continue Reading
As vice president of operations at Hartford HealthCare, UConn alumna Janette Edwards ’11 MBA, oversees three acute-care hospitals, in Meriden, New Britain, and Southington.Continue Reading
UConn men’s hockey co-captain Ben Freeman said it’s hard to describe the feeling when the puck sails into the net, the red goal-light glows, the horn wails, and the crowd roars.Continue Reading
The KeyBank Foundation on Thursday presented a $75,000 grant to UConn in support a School of Business program that helps U.S. military veterans become small-business owners.Continue Reading
If a pet-adoption agency wants to quickly find a home for a puppy, is it better to post a picture of the pup with its littermates—or a series of photos of the dog alone?
And if soccer club owners are trying to identify which FIFA players are underpaid based on their talent, could they accurately do so by analyzing public data about each player’s skill ratings?Continue Reading
What initially seemed like one of the worst days of Sarah Elizabeth Carabetta ’07 (BUS)‘s career turned into the impetus for one of her biggest achievements. Continue Reading
UConn’s MBA program has been named to Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of the best U.S. business schools of 2019-20. The MBA program ranked #29 among public universities, based on survey responses from MBA students, alumni, and corporate recruiters about their goals and experiences, as well as compensation and job-placement data from each school.Continue Reading
More than 200 U.S. military veterans have learned about entrepreneurship and small-business management thanks to UConn's Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) program.
For many small business owners, the months-long gap between completing a job and getting paid threatens the growth, potential, or even solvency of their firms.Continue Reading