11/19/18

UB graduates from outside the region are staying to pursue entrepreneurship.

11/15/18
UB School of Management expert available to discuss holiday retail outlook
11/8/18

A team of junior accounting students came out on top after analyzing data from a growing online retailer and presenting their recommendations to judges from PwC.

10/22/18

New School of Management research finds leaders who value morality outperform their peers. However, when we talk about "moral" leaders, we may not be talking about the same thing.

10/22/18

The UB School of Management honored community leader Clotilde Perez-Bode Dedecker, along with several alumni business executives, at an awards reception on Oct. 17.

10/10/18

Dimien, a chemical maker with a focus on eco-friendly manufacturing, previously won the Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition.

10/8/18

A new system for automatically detecting prejudice in social media posts can help curb abuse and harassment online.

9/20/18

Experts from top health systems, insurers, physician groups and community health organizations will participate in an all-day forum on the current state and future of health care.

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11-20-2018 — Inc. reported on research by Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources, showing that when leaders prioritize morality, their organizations perform better and their employees are more satisfied and engaged.

Joost Vles

11-16-2018 — Joost Vles, adjunct instructor in the School of Management’s Professional MBA program, is the author of an article in The Conversation about queuing theory and why a single, longer line is actually faster for everyone.

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10-26-2018 — Charles Lindsey, associate professor of marketing, was quoted in the Wall Street Journal about consumer reactions to price hikes on everything from paint to tissues.

10-24-2018 — Salon reported on research by PhD student Katie Badura and Emily Grijalva, assistant professor of organization and human resources, that found men were still more likely than women to be chosen as leaders.