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Is Data Visualization the New Business Frontier?

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Great Data Presentations Give Businesses an Edge, Says Course Instructor Adam Ware

The UConn School of Business’ Connecticut Information Technology Institute (CITI), in partnership with Stronger International, is planning a series of webinars, a networking event and courses to help business professionals stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly changing field of information presentation and data visualization. Continue Reading


Dollars for Scholars Awards Scholarships

Greewich Time – Stamford Dollars for Scholars awarded 29 city high school graduates scholarships worth $97,500 at its sixth annual ceremony last week.

More than 180 family, friends and guests attended the ceremony, which featured a keynote address from Gary Freeman, president of Stamford Dollars for Scholars. Twenty-three of the scholarships, valued at $44,000 were sponsored by generous individuals and organizations in the community.


Connecticut Registrars Graduate

Paul Duarte, a registrar from Groton, shakes hands with Secretary of the State Denise Merrill at a ceremony at the Mystic Marriott Groton. (James Simon/UConn School of Business)
Paul Duarte, a registrar from Groton, shakes hands with Secretary of the State Denise Merrill at a ceremony at the Mystic Marriott Groton. (James Simon/UConn School of Business)

School of Business Instrumental in Meeting State Goal

Sixty-nine Connecticut Registrars of Voters earned their certificates on April 21 after completing the first-ever professional training courses offered by the state. Continue Reading


Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security Courses Offered

TakeDownCon | EC Council Event | June 2016

UConn School of Business and EC-Council Partner To Train, Certify Next Generation of Cybersecurity Experts

The University of Connecticut School of Business has partnered with the EC-Council Foundation to offer three distinctive courses for information technology experts who want to be certified in the high-demand field of cybersecurity.Continue Reading



Defending Against Cyber Attacks is Focus of Cyber Security Conference June 13-14 in Stamford, Conn.

TakeDownCon | EC Council Event | June 2016

EC-Council Foundation Announces Partnership with University of Connecticut School of Business for TakeDownCon

Some 250 information-technology professionals will learn about the latest threats in cyber security, gain a better understanding of the minds and motives of hackers, and learn how to effectively defend against cyber-attacks during “TakeDownCon: Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security Conference” on June 13-14 at the University of Connecticut campus in Stamford.

The prestigious event is sponsored by the EC-Council Foundation, the non-profit sister organization of the creators of Certified Ethical Hacker. The organization has announced that the UConn School of Business will be its partner in the endeavor. The school’s Connecticut Information Technology Institute (CITI) will be the presenting partner for the state’s first hacking and offensive cyber security conference.Continue Reading


Dean Tom Gutteridge’s Accomplishments Endure

Tom Gutteridge (UConn School of Business)

In 10 Years, He Moved School of Business from Regional Dominance to National Prominence

During the 10 years that Tom Gutteridge served as dean of the UConn School of Business, the program experienced tremendous growth, including the construction of a new academic building and creation of significant partnerships and programs within the business community.Continue Reading



Election Day Game-Plan

Pictured: Denise Merrill, John Elliott
Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merrill and UConn School of Business Dean John Elliott (Av Harris/CT Office of the Secretary of the State)

School of Business to Offer Mandated Training, in Convenient Locations, for State’s 338 Registrars

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill and UConn School of Business Dean John A. Elliott today announced a partnership that will bring formal training and education to the state’s 338 Registrars of Voters for the first time in election history.

“Up until now there has really been no formal way to train new registrars,” Merrill said. “It’s been almost a buddy system, where a new registrar will seek advice from an experienced one and ask how to do the job.”Continue Reading