Selcan Kara presented: Shared and Connected: Interpersonal Relationships and Shared Brands. She also successfully defended her dissertation proposal titled, “Two Essays on the Effect of Alphanumeric Brand Names on Consumers’ Brand Related Decisions.”
Bin Li passed his CE titled, “Technology and Market Structure: An Empirical Analysis of Entry and Exit in the Banking Industry” and received the Voya Financial Summer Doctoral and School Year Doctoral Fellowship.Continue Reading
More than 100 UConn business students were inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma scholastic honor society during a dinner and ceremony on Sunday evening.
Beta Gamma Sigma recognizes students with the highest academic achievement at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels. Students from Storrs, Stamford, Hartford and Waterbury attended the ceremony in the Dave Ivry Seminar Classroom at School of Business. Keynote speaker was Dean John A. Elliott.Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 Departmental Outstanding Ph.D. Student Scholar Awards. The following doctoral students have demonstrated outstanding scholarly performance, regardless of stage in the UConn School of Business doctoral program:Continue Reading