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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  • New MBA Students Quickly Becoming Leaders
    As Insurance Industry Grapples with Change, MBA Candidates Could Become Trailblazers First-year UConn MBA students faced one of their first big hurdles earlier this month when they were presented with a real-life, pressure-filled case competition, made all the more interesting by the presence of a special judge. The students had just 36 hours to analyze,...  […]
  • 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...  […]

Social and Cultural Events

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  • National Valuation Consultants Inc. Speaks to Students
    On November 7, 2017 John Monaco and Betsy DiPaulo from National Valuation Consultants Inc. spoke to the Real Estate Society and students interested in valuation. Monaco and DiPaulo spoke of valuation of properties with NVC and in New York City, auditing and the necessary steps to value.
  • Hartford Parking Symposium
    Reinvigorating Cities, Redeveloping Parking Craters On October 20, 2017, The University of Connecticut Geography Department and Real Estate Center hosted a Parking Symposium – Reinvigorating Cities, Redeveloping Parking Craters. UConn Professors Carol Atkinson Polombo, Sustainable Studies Research Group, and Norman Garrick, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering, served as moderators as speakers and panelists presented. Peter...  […]
  • Business School Hosts NYC Alumni Event
    Panelists: ‘Turbulent Times’ Provide Opportunities for Leaders to Emerge Former U.S. Navy SEAL commander David Cooper knows a few things about leading in turbulent times. Cooper served the elite unit for 25 years, ventured on dozens of dangerous deployments, and earned an array of medals, including one Silver Star and six Bronze Stars. So when...  […]