News Releases

2/29/16

Tom Ulbrich, assistant dean and executive director of the School of Management's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, has been appointed executive director of the new Blackstone LaunchPad entrepreneurship program at UB.

2/25/16

During the three-week winter session, UB students got a crash course in how to turn their big ideas into viable businesses in the Entrepreneurship Lab (eLab).

2/15/16

When NFL teams draft players, the player’s willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty is just as important as the number of catches or tackles he makes, according to new UB School of Management research.

2/11/16

MilitaryTimes has ranked the UB School of Management as one of the best business schools in the country for military veterans.

2/1/16

AACSB International, the global accrediting body for business schools, recognized the School of Management’s Undergraduate Learning and Community Center as part of the Innovations that Inspire initiative.

1/20/16

Muriel Anderson, clinical associate professor in the School of Management, was the honorary UB basketball Coach of the Game when the Bulls faced St. Bonaventure.

1/19/16

UB students will pitch their entrepreneurial ideas as part of Entrepreneurship Lab (eLab), a business boot-camp-style course that gives students the skills to develop and manage a successful new venture.

1/13/16

IRS-certified accounting students from the UB School of Management will again provide free tax preparation services to individuals and families with annual incomes below $53,000.

1/4/16

Companies may strategically use corruption to gain a competitive advantage against rivals, according to a new study of formally registered Indian technology firms conducted by the UB School of Management.

12/21/15

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Research by Emily Grijalva, PhD, assistant professor of organization and human resources in the UB School of Management, made headlines around the globe in 2015. News outlets such as CBS, MTV News and Fast Company reported on the study, which analyzed three decades of data from more than 475,000 participants and found that men, on average, are more narcissistic than women.