Buffalo: A Place I Now Call Home 

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Written by: Alexia Hecico, MS in Business Analytics ’24 I remember my first day at UB. I was 19 and had just traveled for over 30 hours. You would expect me to say I was tired, overwhelmed and scared, but Continue reading Buffalo: A Place I Now Call Home 

Why I Chose the 3/2 MBA Program at UB

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Written by: Joseph Doona, MBA ’25 Background at UB  When I started at the University at Buffalo, I had no idea what I wanted to do in my professional career. In my first few semesters I was able to speak Continue reading Why I Chose the 3/2 MBA Program at UB

Why I Chose the UB MS in MIS for Opportunities in Cybersecurity

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Written by: Abinash Jena, MS in MIS ’24 From the seabed to space, whatever machines or technologies we incorporate have all had their humble origins. Regardless of when they were developed, it was their original thinking spirit that nudged them Continue reading Why I Chose the UB MS in MIS for Opportunities in Cybersecurity

MBA Stereotypes: True or False?

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Written by: Kaitlyn He, MBA ’24 Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs have long been associated with a myriad of stereotypes, some grounded in truth, others not so much. In this blog, I will debunk some common MBA stereotypes based Continue reading MBA Stereotypes: True or False?

My Top Four Finance Soft Skills

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Written by: Claudia Cabrera, MS in Finance ’24 Over the past few years, we have seen how technological advances are driving unparalleled change. While talking with peers from different schools within UB, I realized that there is a misconception that Continue reading My Top Four Finance Soft Skills

Networking at UB as a First-Year MBA Student

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Written by: Peter Bouris, MBA ’24 Networking is a crucial part of every MBA program. In fact, for many, it is one of the biggest reasons to pursue an MBA. However, it is daunting for almost all first-year students, especially Continue reading Networking at UB as a First-Year MBA Student

Building a Bridge to Success: Mastering the International Student Visa and H1B Journey

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Embarking on a journey to study in the United States is a dream for many, but navigating the complex process of obtaining a student visa can be daunting. In this two-part podcast series (listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify), we Continue reading Building a Bridge to Success: Mastering the International Student Visa and H1B Journey

Why MIS is Your Product Management Power Move

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Written by: Yashwanth Raj Penugonda, MS in MIS ’24 Aspiring to drive product strategy and innovation? A Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS in MIS) degree can equip you with the diverse skills to excel as a product Continue reading Why MIS is Your Product Management Power Move

Transitioning to Finance: Top 3 Bridge-Building Resources

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Written by: Eden Fekadu, MS in Finance ’24 Are you considering the shift from a non-finance background into the dynamic world of finance? The prospect of this transition may appear daunting but, rest assured, it’s a journey many have successfully undertaken. Whether Continue reading Transitioning to Finance: Top 3 Bridge-Building Resources

Summer Start = Success

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Written by: Prateek Sharma, MSBA ’24 The scorching summer of 2023 marked the beginning of a journey that would ultimately lead to the coveted Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program at the University at Buffalo. The program’s summer Continue reading Summer Start = Success

Time Management Tips to Reduce Stress

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Written by: Graciana Truesdale, MSA ’24 Fall weather has officially set in and so has academic stress. Between class work, a job, familial duties and any other responsibilities one may have, mid-semester is normally when one’s stress level peaks. Not Continue reading Time Management Tips to Reduce Stress

Course Review: International Business in Singapore

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Written by: Sarah Sauer, MBA ‘25 During my Fall 2022 semester, I had the incredible opportunity to participate in the University at Buffalo’s MGG 380 course: International Business in Singapore. This hybrid module included collaboration with students at the Singapore Continue reading Course Review: International Business in Singapore

Why I Chose the UB MBA Program after Six Years in the Corporate World

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Written by: Rupsha Roy Choudhury, MBA ’25 Returning to college after spending six years in the corporate world is a significant decision that can be both exciting and challenging. This transition represents a journey of my personal growth and transformation, Continue reading Why I Chose the UB MBA Program after Six Years in the Corporate World

Quantitative Finance Track: The Inside Scoop 

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Written by: Sayani Talukdar, MSF ‘24 My experience in the quantitative finance track is transformative and intellectually stimulating. Engaging in this rigorous track is equipping me with a comprehensive understanding of financial theories, mathematical models and data analysis techniques, and Continue reading Quantitative Finance Track: The Inside Scoop 

My Summer Internship Experience with Rich Products

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Written by: Kalvin Yeung, MBA ’24 As I continue my internship with Rich Products, I find myself reflecting on the transformative journey that the past few months have been. My experience as a Customer Marketing intern has not only bolstered Continue reading My Summer Internship Experience with Rich Products

Funding Your Future: How to Find the Right Financial Aid For You

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Written by: Tori Schlosser, MBA ‘24 Figuring out how to finance your master’s degree can be stressful, time consuming and just downright confusing. As someone who has had to navigate the various ways that you can pay for your degree, Continue reading Funding Your Future: How to Find the Right Financial Aid For You

My Unconventional Path to Grad School: How Maturity and Athletics Gave Me a Second Chance

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Written by: Matthew Cohen, MSBA ‘24 When I was in elementary school, I was in those gifted programs where they would pull you out of normal class to learn about things that were a little more interesting. In first grade, Continue reading My Unconventional Path to Grad School: How Maturity and Athletics Gave Me a Second Chance

Meet Your Graduate Admissions Advisor: Meghan Werth

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Are you ready to take the next step toward advancing your career? Our new Graduate Admissions Advisor, Meghan (“Meg”) Werth is ready help. With her passion for higher education and dedication to guiding students through their admissions journey, she’s the Continue reading Meet Your Graduate Admissions Advisor: Meghan Werth

Panasci Competition: Entrepreneurship in Action for UB Students

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Written by: Alisa Franasiak, MBA ‘24 Created in collaboration between the University at Buffalo School of Management and the Office of Business and Entrepreneur Partnerships to bring together UB students from various disciplines and create viable businesses in Western New Continue reading Panasci Competition: Entrepreneurship in Action for UB Students

Study Break! Must-Dos During the Fall Semester in Buffalo

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Written by: Sarah Jiva, JD/MBA ’26 When Fall semester classes are in full swing here at the University at Buffalo, keep in mind that study breaks are good for the mind and the soul—and the memories. Keep reading for a Continue reading Study Break! Must-Dos During the Fall Semester in Buffalo

How to Find the Right Living Space as a Graduate Student

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Written by: Henry Okaro, MS in Finance ’24 When planning on which school or institution to attend for graduate school, a key factor to consider is the living spaces or accommodations available. Often, we tend to ask ourselves these questions:  Continue reading How to Find the Right Living Space as a Graduate Student

Unveiling the Unknown: A Voyage to the Venerable UB School of Management

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Written by: Shruti Gupta, MS MIS ’24 I hail from India, specifically Delhi, with my family residing in the historically rich city of Agra, often referred to as the “City of Seven Wonders.” In 2022, my father retired from his Continue reading Unveiling the Unknown: A Voyage to the Venerable UB School of Management

How a Summer Start Set Me Up for Success in the MS in MIS Program

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Written by: Shashank Shivananda, MS in MIS ’24  As I embarked on my journey towards a Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS in MIS) at the University at Buffalo, I couldn’t help but feel a mix of excitement Continue reading How a Summer Start Set Me Up for Success in the MS in MIS Program

Fun Things to Do at the University at Buffalo

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Written by: Steffy Suresh Thampy, MS in MIS ’23 At UB, there are many events hosted by different associations and clubs for its students. Here are some of the fun events I have participated in that helped me expand my Continue reading Fun Things to Do at the University at Buffalo

5 Lessons from My MBA Experience that I Will Apply to My JD Experience

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Written by: Sarah Jiva, JD/MBA ’24 My first year in the UB MBA program was incredibly rewarding. The challenges that I encountered allowed me to learn a lot about myself, as I reflected on what I overcame, as well as Continue reading 5 Lessons from My MBA Experience that I Will Apply to My JD Experience

Why the UB Master of Science Program Is a Good Fit for Experienced Professionals 

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Written by: Nandini Mehta, MS in MIS ‘23 “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” —Abraham Lincoln  A few days ago, someone asked me, “What were your thoughts behind entering into the management school when you were Continue reading Why the UB Master of Science Program Is a Good Fit for Experienced Professionals 

Teamwork = Success: How Teamwork Elevates the UB MBA Experience

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Written by: Sangwoon Jeong, MBA ’24 In retrospect, I didn’t fully realize that the first year of the UB MBA program was structured around team-based activities. Cohorts operate in the first semester with one clear goal: winning the Corporate Champions Continue reading Teamwork = Success: How Teamwork Elevates the UB MBA Experience

What I Have Learned in My Accounting Internships

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Written by: Justin Zulewski, MSA ‘23 Throughout my time at the University at Buffalo, I’ve been fortunate enough to be involved in two different accounting internships: one as an internal auditor intern and one as an external auditor intern. These Continue reading What I Have Learned in My Accounting Internships

How to Give Back to the Community as a UB Student

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Written by: Nandini Mehta, MS in MIS ‘23  As a large public university, the University at Buffalo is home to a vibrant and diverse community of students, each with their own unique interests, passions, and background. Many students are also Continue reading How to Give Back to the Community as a UB Student

How to Enjoy the UB MBA Journey

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Written by: Sarah Jiva, JD/MBA ’24 Like many other grad students, before I began the UB MBA program, I thought to myself, “I completed my undergraduate degree in business administration, so the MBA program will be super similar and easy Continue reading How to Enjoy the UB MBA Journey

Why I Chose UB’s Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program 

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Written by: Vikram Adithya Ganesh, MS in MIS ‘23  Once I decided to pursue a MS MIS program over an MBA degree, I began to investigate universities that offer MS in MIS. I shortlisted universities based on three criteria: a Continue reading Why I Chose UB’s Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program 

Digital Trends and How UB Prepares Students for an Ever-Evolving Digital World

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Written by: Alisa Franasiak, MBA ’24 Businesses collect thousands of pieces of data every day, and key metrics of important interactions like transactions, ad campaigns and purchases are all tracked and measured. However, this creates a complicated sea of data Continue reading Digital Trends and How UB Prepares Students for an Ever-Evolving Digital World

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started the MSA Program

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Written by: Sydney Merritt, MSA ’23 Considering the MS in Accounting program at UB? This is a big decision, and I can speak from experience that there are certain things I wish I’d known ahead of time. Enrolling in the Continue reading 7 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started the MSA Program

Why I Chose UB and the Impact of an MS Degree After Graduation

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Written by: Jitin Mehta, MS in MIS ‘23  It was a huge decision for me to pursue a master’s degree in the U.S. and it involved a multitude of factors to find the perfect program for me. I wanted to Continue reading Why I Chose UB and the Impact of an MS Degree After Graduation

How to Succeed in Graduate School as an International Student

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Written by: Abhishek Verma, MS in MIS ’23  Higher education is a significant investment of time, resources and money in the United States. A master’s degree can help you advance in your career and stand out from the competition. It Continue reading How to Succeed in Graduate School as an International Student

Embracing Serenity: Life in Buffalo as a Graduate Student

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Written by: Anchal Sodhi, MS in MIS ’23 Are you a graduate student looking for a peaceful place to call home, away from the hustle and bustle? Look no further than Buffalo, New York. As someone who loves peace, quiet Continue reading Embracing Serenity: Life in Buffalo as a Graduate Student

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Moving to Buffalo

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Written by: Rachana Medihalli Shashidhara, MS MIS ’23 Moving to a new city, state, or country is a daunting experience. When I arrived at the University at Buffalo I wish I had known more about the following five things to Continue reading 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Moving to Buffalo

Alumni Insights: So you want to be a product manager?

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Shradha Acharya, a recent University at Buffalo School of Management graduate, caught up with Tejaswini Kumar, MS in MIS ’22, a Product Manager at Walmart. Tejaswini shares her experiences and insights from her time at UB and how it prepared Continue reading Alumni Insights: So you want to be a product manager?

Answers to the important questions while applying to UB’s MS MIS program

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Written by Steffy Thampy, MS MIS ’23: Deciding which graduate program to attend is a major life decision and you’re bound to have a lot of questions. While UB provides answers to many questions on its FAQs webpage, below are Continue reading Answers to the important questions while applying to UB’s MS MIS program

4 reasons why UB is great for people to break into product management

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Written by Abhishek Santosh, MS MIS ’23: There are several reasons to pursue a Master’s degree in Management Information System at the University at Buffalo, but there was only one reason for me: product management centric coursework. And, if you Continue reading 4 reasons why UB is great for people to break into product management

Why I chose the UB MBA program as an experienced professional

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Written by Fouad Laajine, MBA ‘23: Combating climate change and preserving the environment is not only about harnessing technical solutions but also about the ability to design and convince funders and investors about the viability of green solutions. Pursuing an Continue reading Why I chose the UB MBA program as an experienced professional

Buffalo’s Burgeoning Startup Landscape: Why Western New York is a great place to start your business

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Written by Alisa Franasiak, BS/MBA ’24 – I recently attended 43North’s 8th Annual Finals Competition held at  Shea’s Theater,  which was packed to the brim.   I watched eight companies from around the country and across the globe go head-to-head to Continue reading Buffalo’s Burgeoning Startup Landscape: Why Western New York is a great place to start your business

Five things to do to manage time better at UB

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Written by Shubham Goel, MBA ’23:  As an international student who just finished his first semester and had many great experiences at the University at Buffalo, I have a few suggestions for students on how they can manage their time better. Continue reading Five things to do to manage time better at UB

Tips for managing culture shock and forging long-lasting friendships at UB

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Written by Gandhali Barve, MS Finance ’22: My introduction to UB was no less than a culture shock. Different people, different activities and different cultures! Since then, I have been exploring whatever I can to experience different cultures here at Continue reading Tips for managing culture shock and forging long-lasting friendships at UB

How to plan courses that match your career aspirations

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Written by Thomas C. Siskar, MBA ‘22:  The MBA program at the University at Buffalo has many concentrations and courses. These provide applicable and valuable skill tracks from which to choose. From my prior work experience I had a strong background in Continue reading How to plan courses that match your career aspirations

5 Tips for a Successful First Semester in UB’s MBA Program

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Written by: Caroline Soh, MBA ’23  You’ve set your sights high and should be very proud of your acceptance into B-school! Let’s get ready for this new and exciting journey of personal and professional growth. Being a new student can be Continue reading 5 Tips for a Successful First Semester in UB’s MBA Program

The Benefits of Bizlink

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Written by: Jacob Fox, MBA ’22 When I was first introduced to Bizlink, UB School of Management’s online career management system operated by the Career Resource Center (CRC), I didn’t know what to expect.  I was familiar with websites that touted job postings and boasted about their ability Continue reading The Benefits of Bizlink

My experience with clubs as an MIS student

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Written by: Utsav Haldar, MS MIS ‘22  A full-time MIS student must complete 37 credits in two semesters. One credit will count towards an internship or certification while the remaining will account for your courses. With 18 credits (roughly 6 subjects) a semester, Continue reading My experience with clubs as an MIS student

Why is UB’s 3+2 MBA program a great choice

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Written by: Seth Blum, MBA ’23  My name is Seth Blum, a Buffalo native and a member of the School of Management MBA Class of 2023. My first semester has been a wonderful experience. I have conquered many exciting challenges, met Continue reading Why is UB’s 3+2 MBA program a great choice

How I Made Time for Myself as a Busy MBA Student

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Written by: Shannon Alexander, MBA ’23  The first semester of business school can be overwhelming. At times it may feel like there is not enough time in the day to do anything but homework and attend class. Here are my suggestions Continue reading How I Made Time for Myself as a Busy MBA Student

My experience with clubs at UB

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Written by: Sean Matuszewski, MS ’22  Getting yourself out there is the name of the game! At UB, there are plenty of options to get to know and learn from others. Available to both Undergraduate and Graduate students, there are a plethora Continue reading My experience with clubs at UB

Cracking the Case: An Unconventional Way to Meet Employers On-Campus

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Written by: Archana Mohan, MSF ’22   A college campus is probably not where you’d expect to bump into your future employer, but tapping into the right opportunities at UB may just get you there!  Every semester, the UB School of Management partners Continue reading Cracking the Case: An Unconventional Way to Meet Employers On-Campus

Importance of Networking and Effective Ways to Network

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Written by: Prashant Mishra, MIS ’22  “Networking is not about just connecting people. It’s about connecting people with people, people with ideas, and people with opportunities.” — Michele Jennae   It can be intimidating at first to reach out to people to building a Continue reading Importance of Networking and Effective Ways to Network

How Action Learning Enriched My MBA Experience

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Written by: Philipp Schneider, MBA ’22  The UB MBA program is designed to create an ecosystem of both in-classroom and outside-the-classroom learning opportunities for students. This ecosystem includes both “traditional” ways of academic teaching, through a variety of challenging and well-rounded classes, Continue reading How Action Learning Enriched My MBA Experience

UB MBA Military Information Session with Stephen Butzler, MBA ’18

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In this video on YouTube, Stephen Butzler, MBA ’18, former member of the U.S. Marine Corps, discusses his career path including his decision to pursue an MBA, why he chose the University at Buffalo, and how his military experience impacted Continue reading UB MBA Military Information Session with Stephen Butzler, MBA ’18

Tips for the MBA Parent

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Written by: Catherine Scrivo Baker, MBA ‘23  Pursuing an MBA is a challenge. Period. I had heard this from relatives and friends, but until I was in the thick of my first semester, the challenges had never been so real.   Now, take all Continue reading Tips for the MBA Parent

Candid Reviews: A Discussion of the UB MBA Program by Current Students

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There’s a reason online reviews have become one of the most influential and trusted sources of information in the consumer decision-making process—they are written by people who actually use the products and services. In our unedited video series, we hear honest reviews Continue reading Candid Reviews: A Discussion of the UB MBA Program by Current Students

Cracking The Code to a Successful Internship Search

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Written by: Marvel Maha Ibrahim, MBA ‘23  Congratulations, you’ve made it! You applied, went through the interview process, and finally you’re an MBA student. It wasn’t easy, but you’ve gotten one of those coveted spots as a UB MBA candidate, and you can’t Continue reading Cracking The Code to a Successful Internship Search

Why I chose the UB MS MIS Program

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Written by: Priyesh Ranjan, MS MIS ‘22  I have always been fascinated with technology and how it can transform lives on such a global scale.  My career decisions have been towards achieving that very goal and contributing to the cause as much as possible.   Continue reading Why I chose the UB MS MIS Program

My Experience with the MS Finance Program

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Written by: Vishal Subramaniam, MSF ‘22 My experience at the University at Buffalo thus far has been amazing. I’ve learned and experienced so much in such a little amount of time, and it’s all gone by so quickly. I’m still Continue reading My Experience with the MS Finance Program

MS in Business Analytics Unfiltered: A Conversation with Current Students

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Business analytics is one of the hottest career fields in the world. For example, data scientists, who help companies better utilize information, enjoy a projected 30% growth in employment by 2030, according to Forbes. Regardless of your undergraduate degree, UB’s Continue reading MS in Business Analytics Unfiltered: A Conversation with Current Students

Why I chose the UB MS MIS program

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Written by: Dimple Mehta MIS ’22 My decision to pursue Master’s in Management Information System at University at Buffalo was influenced by a multitude of aspects. Most importantly the opportunity to complete the coursework in 10-12 months from the #1 Continue reading Why I chose the UB MS MIS program

Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Charles Lindsey, Professional MBA

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This month’s featured story is Professional MBA faculty director, professor Charles Lindsey. This three-part video series will help you get to know Professor Lindsey in a more personal light. Learn what motivated him to become a research professor, his favorite Continue reading Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Charles Lindsey, Professional MBA

Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Rose Hu, MS in Accounting

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This month’s featured story is Master of Science in Accounting faculty director, Professor Rose Hu. This three-part video series will help you get to know Professor Hu in a more personal light. Learn why Professor Hu transitioned out of the Continue reading Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Rose Hu, MS in Accounting

You really can do it all – work, service and school! Here is how… – Malcolm Ertha’s Story

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Malcolm Ertha simultaneously and successfully manages being Chief of Staff of The City of Buffalo Common Council, a full-time student in UB’s Executive MBA program, and a Sergeant in the US Army Reserves. He credits his military experience as giving Continue reading You really can do it all – work, service and school! Here is how… – Malcolm Ertha’s Story

Transitioning from Military life to Civilian life – Briar Baker’s Story

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Briar Baker’s path from aspiring teacher to management consultant at Accenture, one of the world’s largest and most respected consulting firms, is unconventional. And fascinating. Along the way, Baker earned a BS in Social Studies Education from Buffalo State College, Continue reading Transitioning from Military life to Civilian life – Briar Baker’s Story

Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Pavan Mulgund, MS in Management Information Systems

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Our next featured story is Master of Science in Management Information Systems Faculty Director, Professor Pavan Mulgund. This three-part video series will help you get to know the Professor Mulgund in a more personal light. Learn why he transitioned out Continue reading Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Pavan Mulgund, MS in Management Information Systems

Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: How to Ace Your Interview and Pick the Perfect Recommenders

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The final segment in our applying to graduate school tips series covers how to select the right recommenders and preparing for the admissions interview. It may seem like selecting someone to write you a letter of recommendation is a pretty Continue reading Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: How to Ace Your Interview and Pick the Perfect Recommenders

Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Sudhir Suchak, MS in Finance

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Each month we be sharing a video series featuring our faculty directors who have been interviewed by assistant director of recruitment, Aaron Shaw. You’ll learn more about their backgrounds, their roles as faculty director, insight into the program and fun Continue reading Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Sudhir Suchak, MS in Finance

Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: How to Write a Rockin’ Resume

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In the next installment of our business school admissions tips series, Megan Wood, Director of Recruitment and Admissions shows you how to build a standout resume. You’re resume needs to showcase your work and leadership experience, academic history and skills Continue reading Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: How to Write a Rockin’ Resume

Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Dominic Sellitto, MSBA

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Each month we be sharing a video series featuring our faculty directors who have been interviewed by assistant director of recruitment, Aaron Shaw. You’ll learn more about their backgrounds, their roles as Faculty Director, insight into the program and fun Continue reading Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors – Dominic Sellitto, MSBA

Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: Essay Writing and Standardized Tests? No Problem!

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You have done your b-school research and you’re ready to jump in and start working on some of those application pieces – exams and essays. Entrance exams can be scary and test anxiety is a real thing. Are you completely Continue reading Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: Essay Writing and Standardized Tests? No Problem!

Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors

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Each month we be sharing a video series featuring our faculty directors who have been interviewed by assistant director of recruitment, Aaron Shaw. You’ll learn more about their backgrounds, their roles as Faculty Director, insight into the program and fun Continue reading Meet the UB School of Management Faculty Directors

Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: Prepare for the Process

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In this four-part blog series, Meghan Wood, director of recruitment and admissions for the University at Buffalo School of Management will share her tips and tricks for applying to business school. Take advantage of these videos, all under five minutes, Continue reading Five Minute B-School Admissions Tips: Prepare for the Process

The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Introduction to Global Programs

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Host: Anders T. RosenRoundtable Guests: Janelle Fore, Andrew Hoke, Prof. Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah 🎙️ Listen to this podcast on Apple / Google / Stitcher. How does a program designed originally for travel and experiences outside of the classroom survive a pandemic? Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Introduction to Global Programs

The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: A Guide to your MBA Application

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Host: Anders T. Rosen Roundtable Guests: Brittany Czodli and Aaron Shaw Listen to the podcast on Apple / Google / Stitcher. The School of Management’s career advisors in the Career Resource Center often share why it’s important to begin your journey with the end in Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: A Guide to your MBA Application

The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Leadership — Integrity, Vulnerability, Empathy and Service

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Host: Anders T. Rosen Roundtable Guests: Nil Patel, Elizabeth Lepertine, Assistant Dean Erin O’Brien Listen to the podcast on Apple / Google / Stitcher. What makes someone a leader, and can anyone become one? These are just a pair of Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Leadership — Integrity, Vulnerability, Empathy and Service

The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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Host: Malkijah Griffiths Roundtable Guests: Anders Rosen, Rebekah Reid, Mary Ann Rogers 🎙️ Listen to the podcast on Apple / Google / Stitcher. On the second episode of the Fall 2020 season of the Manage-A-Bull podcast, host Anders Rosen hands Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Virtual Learning at the UB School of Management

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Welcome to the first episode of the Fall 2020 Manage-a-Bull podcast! The podcast welcomes a new host for the semester, second-year MBA student, Anders T. Rosen. On this episode, Anders emcees a panel to discuss a little topic we’ve all Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Virtual Learning at the UB School of Management

From students to ‘ninja consultants’

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Anubha Singh, MS ’20

In an experiential learning course, School of Management MIS students solve real-world challenges using new technology By Matthew Biddle Anubha Singh, MS ’20, has long been passionate about working with data and cloud technologies. Now, after completing the UB School Continue reading From students to ‘ninja consultants’