MBA Director of Student Services Michael Bozzi leads a discussion with graduate students enrolled in the FLEX MBA program

U.S. News & World Report Again Ranks UConn MBA Among the Best

“The UConn MBA program has consistently defined the pinnacle of excellence in a fiercely competitive landscape,’’ Associate Dean Jose Cruz said.

Sights and scenes around the UConn Health John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington amongst the fall foliage at sunrise on Oct. 19, 2023.

2024 UConn Health Appropriations Committee Testimony

UConn Health leadership shares funding request with legislative panel

The oak leaf seal of the University of Connecticut.

2024 UConn Appropriations Committee Testimony

UConn leadership shares funding request with legislative panel

The oak leaf seal of the University of Connecticut.

Q&A for the UConn Health Community Regarding Upcoming Healthcare Consulting Engagement

The state will engage a consultant to assist in the development of a strategic vision for UConn Health’s clinical operations

The UConn Foundation building in Storrs.

UConn Foundation Names Amy Yancey President and CEO

Yancey will begin her tenure at UConn on Monday, February 12, 2024

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.

The official University of Connecticut seal, in painted gold on an oak panel.

Statement on the Marching Band and 9/23 Football Game

Due to illness, the Marching Band will not attend UConn's football game

Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV)'s 2023 cohort, at their graduation ceremony. (Defining Studios)

Veterans-Turned-Entrepreneurs Demonstrate Initiative, Courage, Dedication

The UConn EBV program, under the leadership of the Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (CCEI) has served 269 veterans and their spouse-business partners during its 14 years. This year’s class included participants from all branches of the military, and they came from within Connecticut and as far away as Utah and Florida.


2023’s States with the Most Underprivileged Children

The Hartford Courant

A Trans Girl Testified Against a Texas Bill at 10. After Death Threats She Moved to Connecticut to Be Safe.