How alum Autumn (Backman) Sutherland (and her dog Mulligan) built Canton, Connecticut’s Matterhorn Mini Golf.
Javier Macias ’05 (CLAS) heads up P.R. for Adidas USA.
Christopher Finazzo ’04 (CLAS) on the Impossible Whopper rollout.
Professor Paul Gilson foregoes textbooks in favor of newsletters and tickers.
Gabriella Medvick ’18 (SFA), was one of the 12 lucky hotdoggers hired to cruise the 27-foot-long bright yellow and orange Oscar Mayer Wienermobile cross country for the past year.
Melissa McCaw ’14 MPA is one of the many alums that Governor Ned Lamont is tapping for top jobs in his administration
The founder of Madison Reed was named one of the Top 100 Female Business Founders of 2018 by Inc. magazine
Readers love love loved our young CEOs
“Your name is on the business and your reputation is tied to it”
If the subway’s not on track, it’s a UConn alum who posts about it
Meet 20 entrepreneurial alums and students so young and successful it will make your teeth hurt
If You Can Understand Pizza and Poker You Can Understand Bitcoin — and Why You Should
Peter J. Werth’s $22.5M gift to further innovation and entrepreneurship is the second largest in UConn history.
Pulitzer Prize–winning journalism professor Mike Stanton teaches tried-and-true “shoe leather” investigative journalism. He hopes students will turn his skill set into new-medium magic.
Three Decades ago he played for Coach Calhoun. Today Greg Economou ’88 (CLAS) is a major Hollywood player. Many of the same principles apply.
Maggie Quackenbush ’17 (BUS) jumped at the offer of a job at Sony Music as an opportunity to leverage her degree in management information systems.
A new U.S. citizen, this psychology and business major still has a scholarship in her name in Jamaica.
At 24, Olivia Balsinger ’14 (CLAS) has a passport with 75 nation stamps in it and an office that spans the planet.
An agriculture student shares his adventures with the creatures of New Zealand and a recent environmental science grad recounts his Cape Canaveral NASA adventure.
For most citizens, political debates are all about assessing the candidates. But not if you’re Molly Qerim ’06 (CLAS).
From head coach of the women’s ice hockey club team to senior vice president for strategic partnership at the Howard Hughes Corporation, find out what the future holds for this alum.