The annual School of Business Award Luncheon is held this week to honor student accomplishment. This year 65 students receive 52 awards including six new scholarships thanks to the dedication and generosity of alumni and friends of the School of Business.
The New York State Business Plan competition continues to grow. This spring, undergraduate and graduate students from accredited colleges located in New York compete in ten regional competitions based on economic development areas.
The School of Business will host the Technology Transfer Society Annual Research Conference at the New York Academy of Sciences in New York City on April 19th and 20th. The theme is “Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship.”
U.S. News and World Report has ranked the University at Albany MBA 86th of 448 AACSB accredited schools in the United States, and among the top 10 B-Schools That Lead to Jobs. The MBA boasts a 100% placement rate.
School of Business alums Nick MacIlvaine ’93,’95, Product Sales Manager, and Dan Primavera ’94, ‘96, Solutions Architect, for SuccessFactors facilitated a $200,000 donation of human resource information systems software for the use of MBA students.
According to the 27th annual Marvin and Company/University at Albany School of Business’ Business Climate Survey, the Capital Region business climate has greatly improved, as firms reap benefits from local high tech investments.
The University at Albany School of Business announces a new program for information security professionals. The Graduate Certificate in Information Security program is designed for both students interested in entering the field and those professionals already in the field, especially in financial services, energy, and government.
UAlbany Clinical Professor of Finance Ross Miller is an expert on 401(k) and other retirement plans, derivative securities, program trading and mutual fund performance. He offers basic guidance on developing a savings plan, retirement health care costs and the long-term outlook for social security.
Underscoring the significant role universities play in fostering research, entrepreneurship and economic growth, the University at Albany's RNA Institute recently awarded two teams of science and business students $50,000 each in its inaugural Student Venture Fund program.