Fifteen new, accomplished, and enthusiastic faculty have joined the School of Business this fall.Continue Reading
Embrace disruption or be left behind.
That was one of the powerful messages shared by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Co-President George Barrios ’87, ’89 MBA, one of the keynote speakers at the Geno Auriemma UConn Leadership Conference in Stamford, Conn.Continue Reading
Robert “Bob” Biolsi, 64, an assistant finance professor-in-residence, based at the Stamford campus, passed away on Friday, Aug. 16 after a brief illness.Continue Reading
Sometimes the best, brightest and boldest decisions that a CEO makes to protect her corporation must align with public sentiment, even if they contradict the facts.Continue Reading
Beloved business law professor Vincent Carrafiello, a two-time alumnus who devoted 52 years to educating UConn students, passed away on Saturday at age 78.Continue Reading
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
When Cristal Glangchai asked a 5-year-old girl if there was a problem in her life that she would like to solve, the youngster said she was tired of getting scolded for eating Play-Doh. Continue Reading
Finance Professor Katherine Pancak was honored for Best Reviewer by the Journal of Housing Research.
Katherine is a Professor of Finance and Real Estate at UCONN in Stamford. She teaches both live and online undergraduate and graduate courses in finance and real estate including Financial Management, Personal Finance and Real Estate Principles. Professor Pancak conducts research on real estate law topics and has been published in a variety of real estate journals including Real Estate Economics, Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Journal of Housing Research and Real Estate Law Journal.
Katherine received the award during the April 2019 American Real Estate Society meetings in Arizona.
If the State of Connecticut is invested in creating and supporting the next generation of women entrepreneurs, it needs to revise the way we raise, educate, nurture, promote and encourage them, starting in pre-K. Continue Reading