John Scannell, chairman and CEO of Moog, accepted the 2019 Buffalo Niagara Executive of the Year award at the 70th Annual School of Management Alumni Association Awards Banquet.

Timely and accurate announcements regarding changes in UB’s scheduled operations will be available on UB's Emergency Management website.

New research shows that businesses that focus on innovation are more likely to be acquired—and command a higher price when they are.


The University at Buffalo School of Management has moved up two spots in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of the nation’s best MBA programs, coming in at No. 76.


The study showed this hometown bias was even more pronounced when CEOs lived in their home state longer, went to college there or currently hold a board seat there.


POP Biotechnologies Inc., a former winner of the Panasci Technology Entrepreneurship Competition, has received a $600,000 contract from the National Institutes of Health to pursue development of a life-saving, life-changing technology: a vaccine against HIV.


With demand soaring for supply chain professionals, the School of Management will offer a specialized Master of Science in Operations and Supply Chain Management starting in fall 2020.


Dean Paul Tesluk and 62 other leaders signed an open letter encouraging policy changes to help enable global talent mobility.

10-11-2019 — Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, wrote an article in Fast Company that breaks down the ethical dilemmas of lying in a job interview. The article was originally published in The Conversation.

9-22-2019 — The Associated Press interviewed Natalie Simpson, associate professor and chair of operations management and strategy, about how emergency responders are handling the increasing frequency and intensity of natural disasters.

8-29-2019 — The Washington Post quotes Charles Lindsey, associate professor of marketing, in an article about how internal data shows Uber’s reputation hasn’t changed much since the #DeleteUber initiative, despite a half-billion dollar marketing campaign following a string of scandals.

8-28-2019 — Research co-authored by Cristian Tiu, associate professor and chair of the Finance Department, is the topic of an article in Institutional Investor about how good writers make better hedge fund managers.