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MBA Director of Student Services Michael Bozzi leads a discussion with graduate students enrolled in the FLEX MBA program

U.S. News & World Report Again Ranks UConn MBA Among the Best

“The UConn MBA program has consistently defined the pinnacle of excellence in a fiercely competitive landscape,’’ Associate Dean Jose Cruz said.

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‘Digital Frontiers Initiative’ To Help Connecticut Businesses Optimize AI, Emerging Tech, and Enhance Competitiveness

The Initiative, which is led by three UConn business professors with deep roots in business innovation and analysis, is available for industry partnerships, research, and workforce development.

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‘Equity Now’ Speaker to Address Prevalent Employee Secret: The Invisible Disability

“Every person should have the opportunity to thrive without masking any part of their identity.’’

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Real Estate Center Loses Two Esteemed, Beloved Faculty Members

“The passing of professors CF Sirmans and John Harding, within days of each other, has left a void in the real estate academic community that will never be filled,’’ said Chinmoy Ghosh, head of the Finance Department. “Both were great scholars and colleagues and personal friends. I consider myself most fortunate and grateful for knowing these two great human beings so closely.’’

OPIM Professor and Digital Frontiers Initiative academic director Wei Chen presents during AI Day, presented by [L]aunch Hartford. (Garrett Uhde, Defining Studios)

Artificial Intelligence-Savvy College Students Introduce New Skills to Business Professionals at Hartford AI Day

“These students are so knowledgeable, bright, thoughtful and inquisitive,’’ said Jon Moore, executive director of the Digital Frontiers Initiative. “They really are going to shape the future of technology and business.’’

A pair of hands holds a smartphone with a screen asking for charitable donations.

UConn Business Researchers Discover How Charities Can Boost Likelihood of Donations Via Smartphone Users

A 'mobile giving gap' is a problem for charities as smartphone dominance steadily rises

Former IBM exec Nicholas Donofrio speaks on stage at the 2024 Rosenberg McVay Business Leadership Series. (Nathan Oldham / UConn School of Business)

Retired IBM Executive Shares Family Doctrine About Fostering Change, the Value of True Innovation

Nicholas Donofrio is the author of a book titled “If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes: The Nick Donofrio Story,’’ which contains personal insights and his business advice, along with that of some 37 other highly accomplished business leaders. Most recently, he has served as a member of the Connecticut Legislative Task Force on Artificial Intelligence.

UConn President Radenka Maric speaks during a panel on carbon reduction efforts.

Sustainability Summit: Doing the Right Thing for the Environment is Much More Complex Than It Seems

The half-day Summit, sponsored by the School of Business, featured a series of presentations about ways in which Connecticut is shaping the future of clean energy and sustainability. It drew students, faculty, alumni and industry professionals with a shared interest in addressing some of the world’s biggest challenges.

Accounting professor and UConn alumnus Frank Murphy ‘07 winner of the American Taxation Association’s Outstanding Tax Manuscript Award (UConn School of Business/Nathan Oldham)

Accounting Professor Frank Murphy Wins Award for Outstanding Research

“This is a great accomplishment for Frank, and additional national recognition for our department and the outstanding work our faculty are doing,” said professor George Plesko, accounting department head.

UConn Husky Case Competition winners at American University. Left to Right Tyler Martin, Tara Sperry, Matthew Conroy, Shane Markle, Adam Skarre

Multidisciplinary Student Team Wins First Place in American University Case Competition, Showcases the ‘Exceptional Talent’ at UConn

The championship team participated in the 31st Annual Kogod Case Competition at American, a three-month challenge that concluded in mid-February.