COVID-19 UPDATES • 9/10/2021
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In the annual ranking of the nation's best MBA programs, UB is No. 64 overall and No. 29 among public universities.
The funding, from the National Security Agency, will support GenCyber, a program that has brought more than 200 middle and high school students to UB.
Beautiful people are more likely to get hired, receive better performance evaluations and get paid more—but it’s not just because of their good looks, according to new School of Management research.
Neglect represents about 75% of child protection cases, but it remains understudied compared to other types of child maltreatment.
An acquiring firm enjoys higher returns and improved synergy when it takes over a business with higher insider trading—but it will pay more, according to new UB School of Management research.
UB School of Management research shows why some employees resist delegation from their managers.
The company is commercializing technology to treat biofilm infections associated with metallic orthopedic implants.
New scholarship program enables students from the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, to participate in certificate programs offered by the UB School of Management.
The technology could help protect cars, ships, planes, helicopters, drones and more.
The goal is to drive a cultural shift in the tech industry.
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