Erin O'Brien, assistant dean and director of graduate programs, was one of 25 faculty and staff to receive the 2019 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, the most recipients from UB in recent memory.


Mary Grabenstatter, owner of Needle Sharp, has been named Protégé of the Year by the Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program.


UB's entrepreneurial ecosystem—including the Blacksone LaunchPad and mentorship from UB MBA alumni—has been crucial to the launch of two new companies.


Thirty-nine established entrepreneurs are armed with the skills to move their businesses forward after graduating from the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Core program.


Researchers in the University at Buffalo School of Management have developed a solution to manage cloud computing resources more cost-effectively.


Going head-to-head with teams from around the world, three graduate students took first place at the 2019 Global Analytics Competition in Washington, D.C.


Eighteen graduates received awards during the School of Management's commencement ceremonies.


More than 200 leaders from the business, nonprofit and academic worlds came together to learn about building inclusiveness in today’s businesses and organizations.

6-26-2019 — Charles Lindsey, associate professor of marketing, was quoted by the Associated Press in a story about the impact online shopping is having on small businesses.

4-10-2019 — Arun Lakshmanan, associate professor of marketing, was interviewed by CBS News about a controversial tweet by Gillette and the impact it may have on the brand.

4-9-2019 — Emily Grijalva, assistant professor of organization and human resources, wrote an Associated Press article about her research showing how narcissistic players can negatively impact team performance. The article originally appeared in The Conversation.

4-5-2019 — Brian Wolfe, assistant professor of finance, spoke with Christian Science Monitor about how artificial intelligence can help individuals struggling to save.