School of Business

Devin McNamara ’21 (CLAS), left, and Ryan Gresh ’09 (ENG) pose for a photo in The Feel Good Lab’s office in UConn Farmington’s Technology Incubation Program building

A ‘Feel Good’ Mentoring Success Story, For National Mentoring Month

'I think networking is probably the most valuable skill anybody can really learn'

The Lewises in Trafalgar Square visiting Sam during her freshman year at NYU London in 2019. From left: Ava, Sam, Greg, and Barbara.

UConn Magazine: The Right Man for the Job

If you want to be a leader, you need to think like one, says Greg Lewis ’91 (BUS), senior vice president and CFO of Honeywell.

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UConn Magazine: Making Money

Wondering how to get started with stock-market investing? Motley Fool writer Brian Feroldi ’04 (BUS) has you covered.

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Let’s Get This Party Started: UConn Researcher, Colleagues Discover that Certain Celebrations Can Boost the Health of Participants

The most successful celebrations require a social gathering, with food or drink, and the intentionally marking of a positive life event

Jonathan looking out a car window with holiday lights reflecting off the car

Bright Lights and Warm Wishes

As we say goodbye to 2022, the road ahead looks open and bright

Coworking space, office and sharing desk in corporate workplace. Diversity, efficiency and modern working environment for inclusive company. Start up and motion blur of fast and busy employees.

UConn Center Sets Sights on Improving Employment Outcomes for Neurodivergent Graduates

Helping companies create a culture of inclusivity - and success - for neurodivergent workers

UConn students and faculty members at the United Nations climate conference in Egypt.

UConn@COP 27: Looking for Solutions to the Climate Crisis

Students who attended the United Nations conference reflect on what they'll take away from it

A photo of a student riding a horse in the Himalayan Mountains with the title "A Factory in the Mountains" over top of it

Whatever It Takes: Yak Cheese and UConn Research, at 17,000 Feet

Somewhere near the top of the world, a UConn professor, undergrad, and alum help a 'risky' venture become a success

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Meet the Undergraduate Researcher: Aime Mulungula, School of Business

The founder of Lebon Studio, an emerging incubator for young artists of color, seeks “the good” in all his artistic and business ventures. This profile is part of a series for UConn's Month of Discovery.

An illustration depicting people being assisted in climbing a bar graph by one person with a ladder, illustrating the concept of mentorship.

NetWerx: Unique One-on-One Program Brings Alumni and Undergrads Together

'Everyone has a unique thing that they can learn from you and your experiences'