Fifteen new, accomplished, and enthusiastic faculty have joined the School of Business this fall.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
When entrepreneur Peter J. Werth pledged more than $22 million to the University of Connecticut last winter, for the creation of the Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, a new chapter was written in UConn’s history.Continue Reading
On select Tuesday nights, senior Radhika Kanaskar pops on warm boots and a heavy coat, and prepares for her management information systems class at UConn’s Spring Valley Farm.Continue Reading
When a corporation is looking for a new member of the Board of Directors, someone who will excel in the job, are there any guiding principles to help make a strong choice?Continue Reading
Connecticut by the Numbers– Nine Connecticut communities are among the best in the nation for starting a small business, according to student loan company LendEdu, which has produced a list of the 500 Best Cities to Start a Small Business in the U.S.
Waterbury Republican-American– While the job market for this spring’s college graduates might be less robust than in 2017, those who’ve already received their degrees or will in the next few weeks sounded optimistic about their prospects for landing jobs.
Fidelity Exec Kathleen Murphy ’87 JD Tells Undergrads: Live the Life of Your Dreams
Live the life of your dreams, commencement speaker and alumna Kathleen A. Murphy ’87 JD told almost 700 ecstatic undergraduate business students, their family, and friends, during the School of Business commencement ceremony Sunday. Continue Reading
UConn Today– When this year’s graduating class entered UConn in autumn 2014, a robot made the first-ever landing on a comet orbiting the sun, Ebola was rapidly becoming a global health crisis, and the nation was reeling from a spate of police brutality. Four years later, we have a new president, fundamental shifts in our country’s relationships with its overseas allies, and a new national conversation around racial justice, immigration, and gun violence.