News Releases


Study shows victims of workplace undermining become the perpetrators.


The UB School of Management has once again been accredited by AACSB International — considered the hallmark of excellence in business education and earned by less than 5 percent of business programs worldwide.


A Cleveland Hill High School senior bested more than 900 regional students in MoneySKILL® Mania, an in-school financial literacy challenge sponsored by the UB School of Management and M&T Bank.


After two years of leadership development and enrichment opportunities, the first cohort of School of Management undergraduate honors students are ready to advance their careers.


Seventeen School of Management graduates received awards during the school’s 2016 commencement ceremonies.


Title III of the JOBS Act allows individuals to invest in private startups and small businesses — a practice previously restricted to wealthier, accredited investors and institutions.


After their first year of the three-semester Finance Academy program, 35 finance master’s students are armed with real-world experience and a strong set of soft skills.


Soon, Alec Schon won’t just be learning about accounting standards — he’ll be helping to set them at the Governmental Accounting Standards Board.


When establishing goals for their organization, managers should avoid setting overly ambitious goals because they can hurt productivity, market performance and employee morale, according to new School of Management research.


The School of Management honored outstanding student interns, as well as individuals and organizations that have significantly impacted students’ career development, on April 21.