Emma Graebner presenting at UConn Health's Research Day

The Next Generation of Innovators and Problem-Solvers

TIP Innovation Fellows, Health Research students present their findings and make their pitches during Summer Research Day at UConn Health

Demo Day graphic that says 'get seeded demo day'

Get Seeded: Demo Day supports, uplifts UConn’s aspiring entrepreneurs

Allie Davenport’s company, StarMind, was the winner of this year’s Get Seeded Demo Day. In its second year, Demo Day is the culminating event of UConn’s Get Seeded program.

UConn rising senior Hritish Bhargava poses with his VS1 rocket.

Rocket Science, Toothpaste, and Determination

Student combines engineering and entrepreneurship as he aims for the stars

Mike and Ashley Brannan at the annual KombuchaKon

Brother-Sister Huskies Bringing New Brew to Connecticut’s Shoreline

It’s fizzy! It’s fruity! It’s fermented! And it’s coming to the Connecticut shoreline this summer courtesy of two UConn alums and their personal love of kombucha

Mostafa Analoui

Everything You Wanted to Know About Entrepreneurship, But Were Afraid to Ask

Mentorship program connects business hopefuls with industry experts

Sethuraman Panchanathan, right, director of the National Science Foundation, speaks with Ofer Harel, left, associate dean and professor of statistics, Anne D'Alleva, interim provost, and Emmanouil Anagnostou, interim executive director, during a tour of the Innovation Partnership Building

National Science Foundation Director Praises Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UConn

'When I think of UConn, it should be an acronym for University of Connectivity'

U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Michael Zacchea, director of the School of Business’ Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) will be signing copies of his book, “The Ragged Edge” on April 25 at the Graduate Business Learning Center in Hartford. Proceeds from books sold that evening will benefit the EBV. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business)

In Memoriam: EBV Director Michael Zacchea

The decorated Marine Corps veteran founded the entrepreneurship program in 2009, which has since produced 187 businesses

A Third Bridge grant helped Prof. Leila Daneshmandi launch the company Encapsulate along with fellow UConn Ph.D. Armin Tahmasbi Rad ’19.

Third Bridge Grants Advance Student Tech Toward Commercialization

The program awards funding to student teams ranging from $10,000 to $75,000

A sunrise over Storrs.

UConn Moving Forward on Bold ‘Innovation Faculty’ Plan to Bolster Entrepreneurialism, Grow State’s Economy

Plan envisions recruiting 'innovation faculty' over the next five years, all with track records of entrepreneurship in targeted areas

Photo of Reaj Uddin in a UConn pullover

Coding, Creating, and Changing the World

How the Stamford Startup Studio and the Werth Institute helped one student discover the innovator within