Claire Hall


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Emily Yale '21, who turned her Innovation Quest proposal into a thriving business, works on lawn equipment on a sunny day, with trees in the background.

‘My Advice to Future Entrepreneurs is: TRY!’

UConn’s highly successful iQ entrepreneurship competition prepares for 12th season

The Lewises in Trafalgar Square visiting Sam during her freshman year at NYU London in 2019. From left: Ava, Sam, Greg, and Barbara.

UConn Magazine: The Right Man for the Job

If you want to be a leader, you need to think like one, says Greg Lewis ’91 (BUS), senior vice president and CFO of Honeywell.

Happy co-workers celebrating while company party and corporate event.

Let’s Get This Party Started: UConn Researcher, Colleagues Discover that Certain Celebrations Can Boost the Health of Participants

The most successful celebrations require a social gathering, with food or drink, and the intentionally marking of a positive life event

John A. Elliott, dean of the School of Business; Greg Wolff, managing member of Wolff Financial Group; Michelle Cote, instructor and director of strategic partnerships at CCEI; Jayme Coates, alumna and co-founder of Lactation Innovations; Jennifer Mathieu, executive director of CCEI and Rory McGloin, professor of communication.

School of Business Honors ‘Entrepreneurs Who are Going to Change the World’

Startup ‘Lactation Innovations’ wins prestigious Wolff New Venture Competition

David Wharmby '89, '02 MBA returns to UConn as the new director of the Center for Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies.

Real Estate Alum David Wharmby Returns to UConn As Program Director

Industry veteran calls new role 'opportunity of a lifetime'

A woman in white lab coat and medical mask swabs a man's nose.

Startup’s New Technology Could Create Faster, Less Expensive, and Better Way to Identify Disease

'The earliest possible diagnostic results can improve the overall outcome of virtually any type of disease'

A young woman carrying a skateboard and wearing sunglasses.

Undergrads’ Eyewear Startup Could Take Students from ‘Cool to School’ In Mere Seconds

The goal: making transition lenses that respond to the touch of a button

Woman working with human resources software on computer.

School of Business To Offer Fully-Online Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management

Two-thirds of students in the UConn Human Resources program earn a raise or promotion before commencement 

A nurse smiling at a small child.

‘It Shouldn’t Have to Be So Hard’: UConn Team Creates Software to Revolutionize Nursing Clinical Scheduling

Bringing innovation to a field where spreadsheets and paper still dominate

Lactation Innovations, a startup launched by UConn alumnae, aims to ease mothers' concerns over breastfeeding (Photo courtesy of Lactation Innovations).

UConn Startup Uses Tech To Ensure Breastfed Babies Thrive

Alum-founded company has been selected for the prestigious Wolff New Venture Competition