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A leader who displays humble behaviors can boost team performance by reducing negative relationships in the group, according to a new School of Management study.
The vaccine candidate, under development by POP Biotechnologies and biotech firm EuBiologics, will be tested in South Korea.
Anthony DeSimone and Kate Moody will serve as interim executive director and interim operating director, respectively.
A team of first-year MBA students from the UB School of Management took third place in the Kogod Case Competition, hosted virtually by American University.
Recognized with fellow UB faculty member Jessia Kruger for being “positive and strong advocates for online teaching in the SUNY community.”
Rohan Shah and Huy Duc Pham, who participated in the School of Management's Entrepreneurship Lab as students, have been named to the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list for education.
Multidisciplinary UB research group awarded quarter million dollars from New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to assess and improve tire recycling.
As companies race to innovate, new UB School of Management research uncovers why women lag behind men in creative performance—and how organizations can level the playing field.
A year of practical leadership insights in weekly virtual sessions with UB School of Management and guest experts.
Online rating sites for doctors are growing in popularity and influence, but the accuracy of information they contain can be lacking.