School of Business Professor Uses Expertise in Teamwork to Help NASA Prepare 'Resilient Astronauts' to Travel to Mars
Management Professor John Mathieu, an expert in team dynamics, is helping NASA figure out the complexities of developing a socially compatible and resilient crew of astronauts to travel to Mars. Consider the challenges: an international crew of up to six astronauts will contend with isolation from their families, cramped living quarters, and extensive boredom that is punctuated with life-threatening danger. Read more
Welcome from Dean John Elliott
I am pleased that Associate Dean Ba has helped create a Research Newsletter for the UConn School of Business. It is timely as we continue to increase our emphasis on research. It is relevant because it reinforces the new focus by the AACSB on research that is not only high quality, but also aligned with the emphasis on innovation, impact and engagement. These themes are reflected in many of the research projects of our faculty. Their work is innovative, it has impact on business practice and it is often informed and motivated by our engagement with the professional communities in Connecticut and beyond.
Message from the Associate Dean of Research
Welcome to the inaugural Research Newsletter of the University of Connecticut School of Business. We are excited to share our many far-reaching faculty research achievements with our colleagues around the world. Read more
NSF Awards UConn $300K
The National Science Foundation has awarded UConn $300,000
to become an I-Corps site.
Going Once, Going Twice...
OPIM Professor Robert Day's Combinatorial Auction Algorithm Employed Throughout Europe, Canada in Billion-Dollar Bidding Deals.
Professor Jose Martinez Earns Triple Recognition for Work on Dubious Investment Management.
Does SOX 404 Have Teeth?
Professor David Weber Finds Lack of Enforcement Surrounds Key Provision of Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Flexible Work Time Could be Salvation for Families–and an Advantage for Employers–So Why Do Companies, Employees Resist?