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.

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  • Graduate Student Investors’ Portfolio #1
    UConn Beat 100 Colleges in Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. Challenge The UConn Student Managed Fund Graduate Team won first-place in a highly competitive Student-Managed Portfolio Competition, besting some 100 colleges from all over the world.  The Quinnipac G.A.M.E.—Global Asset Management Education—VII Forum was held at the Midtown Hilton in New York City on March 31. It was...  […]
  • 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...  […]

Social and Cultural Events

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  • CIOs Ask Daily: What’s Next in Business?
    Whether their business is customer service, manufacturing of tools, or software and analytics, corporate chief information officers are always focused on the next “best technology.” That was the message from the UConn School of Business-sponsored program on Nov. 7 titled, “Leading Digital Transformation,” at the Stamford campus. Panelists included Carol Juel of Synchrony Financial, Cindy...  […]
  • UConn Alum Malfettone Speaks About Corporate Compliance as a Competitive Advantage
    John Malfettone ’77, senior managing director and chief compliance officer at Clayton, Dubilier, and Rice, spoke to 100 students and alumni about “Corporate Compliance as a Competitive Advantage.” “Mr. Malfettone described the role of a chief compliance officer within the corporation, from the routine, such as ensuring regulatory compliance, to the intriguing, such as overseeing...  […]
  • VOYA Colloquium Asks: How is Marketing Adapting to the Digital Age?
    “Marketing in the Digitalized Marketplace” was the theme of the marketing department‘s 7th VOYA Global Colloquium. The Oct. 20 event gathered marketing researchers from across the country to discuss research in the growing areas of user-generated content, social networks, new media, and digital analytics. “The colloquium was both interesting and helpful, as it gathered researchers...  […]