6/20/18

These established entrepreneurs are now armed with the skills to move their businesses forward.

6/20/18

New study shows tenants in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, receive drastically inferior household services and pay more rent compared to those in its formal settlements.

6/7/18

UB's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership will host an info session for the 2019 Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program.

6/5/18

When narcissistic individuals can imagine themselves in a victim’s situation, they're more likely to donate to charity, according to new UB School of Management research.

5/19/18

The UB School of Management recognized 15 outstanding members of the Class of 2018 during awards and commencement ceremonies.

5/18/18

Business leaders and organizations like GEICO, NetPlus Alliance and Blue Cardinal Capital were among the honorees at a reception hosted by the school's Career Resource Center.

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6-18-2018 — An article in The Atlantic looks at research by Kate Bezrukova, associate professor of organization and human resources, that shows how the isolation of individual players affects team chemistry in Major League Baseball.

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6-8-2018 — MarketWatch reported on research by Arun Lakshmanan, asssociate professor of marketing, that found narcissists are more likely to donate to charity when the request focuses on them — not the recipient.

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5-31-2018 — Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, was interviewed by global news agency AFP and featured on Yahoo! Finance and other outlets, discussing why morality in leadership is more important than ever.

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5-29-2018 — Kate Bezrukova, associate professor of organization and human resources, was interviewed by PBS NewsHour about how organizations can make diversity training more effective by supporting it with on-going initiatives.