A music major at UConn, Johannes Neuer ’00 MM now lives in Leipzig, Germany, safeguarding a nation’s memories.
Former UConn athletes and roommates focus their competitive streaks on the franchise business world.
Garrett Schlichte’s dinner parties were so buzzy, they got him cast on a next-big-thing cooking show.
Alum Wura Olusekun’s job is to make Boston Celtics fans happy — win or lose.
If you want to be a leader, you need to think like one, says Greg Lewis ’91 (BUS), senior vice president and CFO of Honeywell.
For Karen Dahl ’99 (CLAS), lead architect of the Biden administration’s ambitious Public Health AmeriCorps job-training initiative, the path to a presidential appointment began with a chance encounter.
A true entrepreneur, School of Engineering second year Raina Jain started working on the next big thing while perfecting her first one, the bee-saving HiveGuard.
“It’s my job, as an individual and as a journalist, to find stories that matter.”
“You can’t plan for years like 2020,” says Meghan Hall ’08 (CLAS), the Lego Group’s senior director of digital marketing in the Americas.
Senior staff editor for The New York Times opinion section Alexandra March ’10 (CLAS) penned her first opinion piece for the paper about being pregnant in a pandemic.
Adetinpo Thomas ’15 MA is happy to be acting in Atlanta.
Javier Macias ’05 (CLAS) heads up P.R. for Adidas USA.