The largest construction project in UB's 167-year history will
foster collaboration and provide 'advanced, sophisticated
educational facilities,' according to Michael E. Cain, UB vice
president for health sciences and medical school dean.
Naked short selling, which was given a share of blame for the
failure of Lehman Brothers in 2008, might not be the cause of
problems at companies, says research by Veljko Fotak of the UB
School of Management.
Both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush have "huge amounts of baggage
going into the election," says UB political science professor James
E. Campbell, because each must balance "inheriting the problems of
their predecessors and appearing disloyal."
Both Twitter and financial markets are analyzed by algorithms,
explains UB professor of media study Tero Karppi, and when those
two fields connect over false information, or a malicious tweet,
surprising things can occur.