• Undergraduate Program Ranked #113 by U.S. News

    U.S. New & World Report has ranked the UAlbany School of Business undergraduate program at 113, tied with Binghamton University and Rutgers, a significant jump from the 126 spot held last year. 

  • Gold Because We are Green

     The United States Green Building Council has awarded a LEED gold rating to the newly constructed Business Building. The building scored high for indoor environmental quality as well as energy savings. 

  • Purple and Gold Ambassadors at the Hearst Tower
    School of Business Students Exemplify the Best of the University

    Purple and Gold Ambassadors represent the University at Albany at high profile events. They are the cream of the crop. It's no surprise that over half are School of Business students. 

  • The ARC Group of NY Incident Response Lab at the University at Albany
    Computer Labs Named By Alumni and ARC Group

    Two computer labs were named this fall: the Alumni of Professor Lakshmi Mohan Lab for MBA students, named for the highly respected associate professor emeritus, and the ARC Group of New York Incident Response Lab for undergraduate students enrolled in the newly created major in digital forensics.  

  • UAlbany School of Business receives $5.25 Million Gift from the Massry Family

    A $5.25 million gift from the Massry family will support the School of Business and key university-wide initiatives. This is the largest gift ever made to the University at Albany and will support the upward trajectory of the School of Business. 

  • UAlbany Womens Basketball Sarah Royals
    School of Business Basketball Stars

    Sarah Royals ’15 and Sam Rowley ’15 went to the NCAA tournament this spring, Royals for the fourth time and Rowley for the third. Both students graduated with dual majors this spring. 

  • MBA students present their findings
    UAlbany MBA Adds Concentrations in Cyber Security, Marketing, Finance and Entrepreneurship

    The expanded and enriched UAlbany MBA program starts fall 2015. Students will have the opportunity to choose from six concentrations. Cyber security, marketing, finance and entrepreneurship have been added to the current offerings in information technology management and human resource information systems. 

  • Dean’s Advisory Board Doubles your Gift for the John Levato Scholarship

    To honor the life and career of John Levato, alumni created a scholarship in his name to commemorate his tremendous contribution to the school. Members of the Dean’s Advisory Board have announced that they will personally match all gifts made to the John S. Levato Scholarship, dollar for dollar, up to $50,000. 

  • ALT1 conference held by CAUSE
    Center for Advancement and Understanding of Social Enterprises
    The newest center in the School of Business, CAUSE, promotes social entrepreneurship at the university and in the region by building on School of Business strengths in research, teaching and service, and by applying business expertise to benefit business, government and the nonprofit sector.

  • University at Albany Alumni Association Excellence Awards

    Once again, School of Business alumni have been recognized by the University at Albany Alumni Association. The Excellence Awards recognize outstanding achievements and service. This year, three hail from the financial realm and one is an entrepreneur. The honorees are Bruce Davis ’73, ’75, Grace Barkus Vogel ’77, Dean C. Backer ’88 and Matthew P. Reiner ’93. 

  • A Sunny Future

     The Class of 2015 graduated on a lovely May afternoon. Before degrees were conferred, the students heard from School of Business Dean Donald Siegel, alumnus Michael Weilheimer ’83, vice president at Eaton Vance, and graduating senior Lassamy Sesay ’15.

  • Michael Weilheimer ’83 2015 Commencement Speech

     Dean Siegel, members of the faculty, administration, family, friends and most importantly, the class of 2015, Congratulations on this wonderful achievement. This is a truly special day for you, and a milestone in your life. Also, a special shoutout to your parents and grandparents, many who have made significant sacrifices in their lives to enable you to achieve this milestone.

  • Graduating Senior Lassamy Sesay 2015 Commencement Speech


    Good afternoon Dean Donald Siegel, alumnus Michael Weilheimer, distinguished guests, family and friends, faculty members and most especially the class of 2015!

    It has been a long journey. A journey filled with wonderful memories. A journey filled with pain, and joy, success and failure, but a journey that has prepared us for the best and the worst.