Claire Hall

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UConn OPIM Professor Chen Liang (contributed photo)

OPIM Professor Chen Liang Standing Out in a ‘Sea of Talent’

Her recent research has investigated the impact of the introduction of artificial intelligence assistants in online pharmacies for disease diagnosis and drug recommendations, in particular when patients want relief from an embarrassing condition or illness that they feel uncomfortable discussing.

Junior Jamie Greene ’24 (BUS) has fond memories of attending Boston Red Sox games as a child. This summer she worked for the Red Sox Foundation, combining her love for the team with her passion for helping others. (contributed photo)

UConn Women in Baseball: ‘You Never Know Who Is Going to Have the Perfect Role for You’

Kelly Kennedy, director of transformative learning at the School of Business, says the students she meets have a strong desire to explore different industries, companies, and roles that appeal to both their academic and personal interests

Emily Wicks, Gary Wolff, and Sandy Chafouleas pose with the $25,000 check following the Wolff New Venture Competition. Wicks and Chafouleas are the founders of Feel Your Best Self, which won the top award. Photo by Alex Syphers/Defining Studios

Wolff Entrepreneurship Competition Crowns Startup That Brings Emotional-Coping Skills to Elementary-Age Kids

The Wolff competition awarded almost $60,000 in funds for UConn-affiliated startups

Larry Gramling posed for a photo on the golf course after his 2018 retirement. He said he was enjoying golf, time and travel with his family, and some civic projects. (Nathan Oldham / UConn School of Business)

In Memory of Larry Gramling

With the passing of professor emeritus Larry Gramling on Tuesday, the School of Business has lost a beloved leader, who taught tens of thousands of accounting students during his 38-year tenure at UConn.

Exterior views of the Public Safety Complex, Police/Fire Departments Complex.

Marketing Students Played a Pivotal Role in Creating a Safer UConn

'I knew it could save lives'

Al Kasani, founder of Particle-N technology, discusses his competitive business advantages during the CCEI Summer Fellowship recently. Joining him in the presentation is co-founder Reiner Reichenberger. The company will compete in the entrepreneurial competition, the Wolff New Venture Challenge, on Tuesday. Photo by Garrett Uhde, Defining Photo/Video

Green-Energy Tech Startup Founder Optimistic About the Future: ‘You’re Going to Hear About Us!’

Particle-N is pioneering technology that will significantly reduce the amount of precious metals needed as catalysts and consequently slash costs for those industries.

Two people with surfboards running into the ocean.

A Wave of Inspiration Led UConn Student to Become a Surfboard Entrepreneur

'There are always solutions in weird places'

Emily Wicks (left) and Sandra Chafouleas pose with some of their puppets and materials from Feel Your Best Self.

Startup ‘Feel Your Best Self’ Helps Young Kids Express, Address Their Emotions

A startup that grew in response to overwhelming demand

A construction vehicle is silhouetted against the sunset.

UConn Ph.D. Student Is Working to Clean Up One of the World’s Dirtiest Chemical Processes

'At age 12, I was developing a way to remove oil from seawater. I always thought science and engineering innovations provided great opportunities for entrepreneurship'

University students listening attentively at seminar

UConn to Offer Master’s Degree in ‘Financial and Enterprise Risk Management’ in Stamford Next Fall

In response to increasing challenges to businesses, and the demand for experts to mitigate numerous risks, the School of Business has significantly revised its curriculum and renamed one of its master’s degree programs.