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

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

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

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’

Going above and beyond

In Finance Academy, students gain real-world experience amid crisis By Matthew Biddle. Guodong Huang and his teammates stood inside Shea’s Performing Arts Center in mid-February, taking in every ornate detail of the gorgeous 1926 theater and listening as John Herbert, Continue reading Going above and beyond

Swapping Music For An MBA | Meet Two MBAs Who Made An Unusual Career Switch

Kate Jarvis, Jake Walsh

Written by Jonathan Oldaker, BusinessBecause, April 30, 2020. Not all MBAs come from finance, consulting, or big business backgrounds. These two former music professionals are reaping the benefits of an alternative start to their business careers What makes an MBA candidate? Continue reading Swapping Music For An MBA | Meet Two MBAs Who Made An Unusual Career Switch

Webinar Replay: How Can a Graduate Degree Help Your Career

Aaron Shaw, Assistant Director of Recruitment, School of Management talks about the UB MBA program and how an MBA provides the skills, professional network and experience to help your career. This webinar covers the UB full-time MBA, the Professional MBA Continue reading Webinar Replay: How Can a Graduate Degree Help Your Career

The Manage-A-Bull MBA Podcast #7

In this podcast, we have a conversation with Carrie Gardner who is the Director of Internships and Experiential Work at the University at Buffalo School of Management . In our conversation Carrie explains to us all the work that goes Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull MBA Podcast #7

The Manage-A-Bull MBA Podcast #3

Briar Baker

In this episode we talk to Briar Baker, second-year MBA student who just graduated and was on his way to Chicago to start a new position. In our conversation, Briar talks about how his UB MBA facilitated his career change, from Continue reading The Manage-A-Bull MBA Podcast #3