The three creators of the "Roast Me" card game pose for a portrait at the UConn School of Business.

UConn Alums Want You to ‘Roast’ Them

Three members of UConn's class of 2019 are about to launch a card game they developed while students on campus.

Emily Yale, one of the three inaugural students in the UConn Master's of Engineering in Global Entrepreneurship program, with her autonomous robot at the Great Lawn on Oct. 7. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

Program is Fertile Ground for Student Innovation

As one of the first students in the new Master’s of Engineering in Global Entrepreneurship program, Emily Yale is tapping a wide range of resources.

Phoenix Tailings, the group that won the 2019 Wolff New Venture Competition, poses for group photos with the judges.

Startup That Recycles Toxic Sludge Wins UConn’s Wolff Competition

"We envision a day when companies like Ford and Apple are using our materials," said Nicholas Myers, who co-founded the company with Michael Martin '17 (ENG) '19 MS.

Timothy "Scott" Case 92 (ENG), co-founder of Priceline.com speaks to students to kick off UConn's “Month of Discovery.” (Lucie Turkel/UConn Photo)

Priceline.com Alum Ushers In ‘Month of Discovery’

“When you are looking to start a company, you have to be curious about the problem the company will solve and if there is really a need for it,” said Timothy "Scott" Case, ’92 (ENG).

Mitchell Hornak '22 (ENG) (Carson Stifel/UConn Photo)

Driving Innovation: Mitchell Hornak ’22

At UConn, the sophomore has already won the Innovation Quest (iQ) award for an automated opioid dispenser designed to help prevent patients from overdosing.

The QRFertile lab at the Technology Incubator Program (TIP) space at the Cell and Genome Sciences Building in Farmington on June 14, 2019. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Startup Central: Inside UConn’s Technology Incubation Program

A photo tour of UConn's Technology Incubation Program, where the University is helping innovative start-ups launch and succeed.

Freshly harvested summer vegetables sit on a wooden bench

UConn Helps New Farmers ‘Bridge the Gap’

UConn Extension offers a range of innovative programs to help new farmers get established.

Carlie Cassells ’21 (NUR), talks to the visiting students about her tailoring service to fix clothes for those affected by physically debilitating diseases, such as cerebral palsy. (Lucas Voghell ’20 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

Female Student Entrepreneurs Share Tips for Success

Aspiring entrepreneurs from Miss Porter's School came to campus on Wednesday to learn from UConn undergraduate entrepreneurs.

Matt Cremins ʼ13 (ENG), '14 MS.

Building a Successful Startup with UConn Support

"I was an engineering student, and that program gave me the confidence to know how to run a business," says Matt Cremins ʼ13 (ENG) '14 MS, who recently sold the beverage tech company that he began at UConn.

Christian Heiden ’20 (ENG) started a non-profit organization called Levo International to bring hydroponics to those in need in Haiti.

Homegrown Hydroponics Project Spreads Around the World

Hydroponics greenhouses engineered by Christian Heiden '20 (ENG) are now in Connecticut and Haiti, with more planned.