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4/27/16

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.

4/27/16

In addition, honorary degrees will be presented to UB alumna Leslie G. Ford and Buffalo native Helene D. Gayle.

4/27/16

Researchers were named on six patents in 2015, and had numerous technologies licensed to industry.

4/27/16
BUFFALO, N.Y. — A team of five University at Buffalo students proved they could successfully defend a business from nefarious computer hackers and took first place in the third annual Lockdown cyberdefense competition April 9 in the UB School of Management.
4/26/16

West Africa’s engagement with the Atlantic world through slavery, legitimate commerce and colonialism shaped the demography of the African forced diaspora and transformed local gender ideologies.

4/26/16

Some 5,846 students are candidates to receive degrees during UB's commencement ceremonies from April 29 through May 21.

4/26/16

Students and faculty from medical missions to Haiti and Honduras will share their experiences on April 27 at noon in Butler Auditorium in Farber Hall on the UB South Campus.

4/26/16

For the second day in a row, the University at Buffalo has been recognized as a sustainability leader in higher education.

4/25/16

The University at Buffalo ranks first on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power Partnership list of the largest college and university green power users.

4/25/16

Second Circuit's ruling reinforces Roger Goodell's authority to discipline players, Nellie Drew says.