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Christopher Kai, BS '95, shows you how to become a successful online entrepreneur in 3 basic steps.
Jay Schwartzkopf, BS ’97, UB executive in residence for finance, shares his experiences and lessons learned owning a multi-unit franchise in the Philadelphia-Delaware Valley market.
Dr. Heather Orom, associate professor of community health and health behavior and associate dean for equity, diversity and inclusion in the School of Public Health and Health Professions, reviews her research on health care inequity.
Jean Wactawski-Wende, MS '83, PhD '89, dean of the UB School of Public Health and Health Professions, shares research taking place at UB that looks for ways to improve the health of communities and populations, including COVID-19 studies and landmark longitudinal study the Women's Health Initiative.
Mary Ann Rogers, EMBA '98, BA '86, clinical associate professor in the School of Management’s Organization and Human Resources Department, will explain why a stronger emotional office environment can be beneficial for business.
Natalie Simpson, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Operations Management and Strategy in the UB School of Management, examines successful practices of professionals and organizations that routinely operate under disruption.
Ted Beringer, BA '69, will discuss how his clients and long time business owners are racing to take advantage of the current climate of lower valuations, lower interest rates, and possible tax law changes.
Join Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of Organization and Human Resources at the UB School of Management, to take a deep dive into what ethics in leadership could mean, and to try to figure out what it does mean.