School of Business

Bobby Puyol. (Nathan Oldham for UConn)

The Winning Play

Imagine that you have 5 seconds to do your job—with 30,000 people watching, the wind blowing, and your team's victory hinging on the accuracy of your kick. For UConn place kicker Roberto "Bobby" Puyol '16, the pressure and excitement adds to the thrill of the game.

Honoring Veterans 365 Days A Year

UConn's Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans Helps Military Heroes Become Business Moguls

Finance Professor Earns Fulbright Specialist Award

One of the most respected and accomplished faculty members in the Finance Department has received a Fulbright Specialist Award to mentor doctoral students and faculty in India.

David Souder, professor of management in the School of Business. (Nathan Oldham/UConn Photo)

As Connecticut Baby Boomers Prepare to Retire in Droves, Who Will Buy Their Prospering Businesses?

The UConn School of Business, in conjunction with business-advisory firm BlumShapiro, has released the first installment of a report called, “The Baby Boomer Effect,” which examines the impact an aging generation is having on Connecticut’s business landscape.

New Leadership Is ‘UConn Strong’

In their new roles as department heads in management and accounting, Professors Lucy Gilson and George Plesko say they plan to build on their departments' traditions of success while expanding partnerships within and beyond UConn.

Groundbreaking ceremony for the Innovation Partnership Building on Oct. 14, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

UConn Breaks Ground for New Technology Park

State lawmakers and industry representatives were on hand to celebrate the start of construction for the Tech Park's first structure, the Innovation Partnership Building.

Illustration depicting election day at a polling station. (IStock Image)

Business School to Offer Program for Voter Registrars

The School of Business will offer classes in a new professional development program that will lead to certification for Connecticut's voter registrars.

Pill bottles at a manufacturing plant. (iStock Photo)

UConn, UConn Health Join Yale on Drug Research Initiative

The $10 million initiative will speed the commercialization of drug discovery research.

Businesswoman giving presentation in conference room. (iStock Photo)

Women in the Boardroom: Why the Invitation List is Still Closed

Management professor Lucy Gilson discusses why so few corporate board positions are filled by women, and what effects this has on companies.

Prescription medication spilling from an open bottle onto a white textured table top.

A Pharmacist Explains Why Drugs Cost So Much

UConn's Lisa Holle explains how prescription drug prices are set and discusses some of the efforts to rein them in.