Student Life

Your growth and learning as a UConn Graduate Business student continues outside the classroom with several extra-curricular activities. Your rigorous classroom training is supplemented with appreciation of diversity and the collegiality that comes from interacting with your peers in the various MBA and MS programs we offer. These interactions include social events and club activities.

Case Competitions

All the UConn graduate programs are active in Case Competitions and several of our teams place among the top in these competitions.

RSS Recent Competitions

  • First-Place Winners
    UConn Grad Students Victorious in Prestigious APICS Supply Chain Competition A team of four UConn graduate students won the APICS Northeast Student Competition earlier this month, defeating competitors from RPI, Rutgers, UMass and more in a supply-chain contest.  “The winning demonstrated the students’ capability in applying concepts and insights learned to a complex business situation...  […]
  • MBA Team Triumphs
    Analytical Skills, Personal Warmth Help MBA Team Finish Prominently in National Case Competition For Brad Goodman ’17, a second-year student in the Full-time MBA program, the recent victory in a prominent case competition was more than just exciting; it was a dress rehearsal for his career. “This experience was a 24-hour snapshot of what most...  […]
  • A Victory to Savor
    A Determined MSBAPM Team Wins Hard-Fought Travelers Analytics Case Competition Extra research, attention to detail, and a lively presentation boosted an MSBAPM team from Hartford to a championship in a hard-fought, three-month, four-round Travelers Analytics Case Competition. The students, who were all pursuing a master’s degree in Business Analytics and Project Management, said the competition...  […]

Social and Cultural Events

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RSS Recent Speaker Events

  • Voya Conference: Self-Identity and Marketing
    “Identity and the Self in Marketing,” was the theme of this year’s Voya Financial Colloquium on April 7 at the School of Business.  “This is a very important topic in the consumer behavior side of marketing,” said Marketing Professor and Voya Financial Chair William Ross Jr. “It is a heavily researched topic with many ramifications...  […]
  • Analyzing Political Risk
    Presidential Historian/Author Will Discuss Political Risk at UConn’s Annual Risk Forum in June U.S. presidential historian and New York Times bestselling author Douglas Brinkley will be the keynote speaker at the 5th Annual Connecticut Risk Management Conference, sponsored by the University of Connecticut School of Business and its risk management program.  “The Current State of...  […]
  • IBM – The Path to Cognitive
    A business data analytics event held at UConn Stamford on Feb. 22 brought students and IBM ‘Data Geeks’ together to share observations on how IBM Cloud and Cognitive are rapidly changing the marketplace. Ken Jacquier, data monetization leader, and Brian Mayer, business ready data, IBM North America, spoke about the path to being a cognitive...  […]