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Q&A with DBA Accounting Student Sean Cogdell

Originally from Norwalk, Connecticut, Sean Cogdell received his undergraduate degree from Central Connecticut State University, which indirectly led to his career. His college roommate went on to start the company where he currently works, and Cogdell and his partner acquired it in 2016.

Today, Cogdell is pursuing his Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) at the Chambers College.

Let's Talk Business: How I Learned to Lead

The estimated value of one hour of volunteer work is almost $32. What are you doing with your time?

The Organizational Leadership program at the Chambers College of Business and Economics is developing thoughtful, altruistic leaders to help businesses and organizations of all kinds “do good while doing good”. By immersing myself in courses on social responsibility and youth development, for example, the Organizational Leadership program exposed me to the vast world of nonprofits.

One Goal, One Passion – Living in CLIMB

Are you looking to connect with students who share your academic discipline outside of the classroom?  

If the answer is yes, then the Business Living Learning Community (LCC) CLIMB is the place for you. The CLIMB LLC will provide you with an opportunity to live and learn among other undergraduate first year students who are also business majors.