New algorithm allows service providers to set pricing and allocate resources.


Kevin Seybold bested nearly 1,000 students in MoneySKILL Mania, a financial literacy competition sponsored by the UB School of Management and M&T Bank.


After developing a plan for sustained growth for Netflix, a team of School of Management sophomores were named the winners in the inaugural competition.


The Undergraduate Management Poster Competition honored top student projects in research, applied experience and social innovation.


More than $60K in startup funding and services awarded.


Buffalo Automation, the 2016 winner of the Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship Competition, is one of the region's most promising startups.

2-3-2018 — Emily Grijalva, assistant professor of organization and human resources, was interviewed by the New Zealand Herald, the country's largest newspaper, about how to identify and deal with a narcissist in the workplace.

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Jan-16-2018 — Brian Wolfe, assistant professor of finance, was featured in a WalletHub story about the best credit card rates.

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Dec-27-2017 — Charles Lindsey, associate professor of marketing, was interviewed for American Public Media's Marketplace about how retailers are handling the ever-increasing number of product returns.

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Dec-19-2017 — The Economist highlighted research by Feng Gu, associate professor and chair of accounting and law, that showed intangible investments are a better indication of future growth than reported earnings.