Podcasts

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  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Terry Rice’s Career Launching Best Practices

    Date: March 13, 2024

    In this episode of the UB School of Management’s Manage-A-Bull podcast, host Patrick Lageraaen interviews ⁠Terry Rice⁠, a UB MBA alumnus and managing director for Good People Digital. They discuss Terry’s career journey, his current roles and how he leveraged his education at UB to get where is today. Terry provides practical tips for building a strong personal brand, online presence and making meaningful connections. Terry shares personal success stories and those of his clients, emphasizing the importance of studying successful individuals, being active on LinkedIn and reaching out with pointed questions. He advises young adults and college graduates to get clear on their vision and be patient in their career development.

    Audience: prospective and current graduate students

  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Connecting Continents, Inside Our Global Programs

    Date: February 26, 2024

    In this episode of the School of Management's Manage-A-Bull Podcast, our guests Naomi Smith Perrone, academic programs assistant, and Gabrielle Scoccia, a current student, dive into the dynamic world of our Global Programs.

    Audience: prospective and current graduate students

  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: A Deep Dive with Ian Tarrant, Unveiling the University at Buffalo's Full-Time MBA Program

    Date: January 19, 2024

    In this episode of the UB School of Management's Manage-A-Bull Podcast, Ian Tarrant, PhD, faculty director of the full-time MBA program and clinical assistant professor of accounting and law, discusses his background, his new role, the courses he teaches and the future of the MBA program. He talks about his experience growing up in Michigan, his education at Michigan State University and Penn State, and his work in accounting before joining the UB School of Management. Tarrant teaches financial accounting for managers and other accounting courses to MBA and undergraduate students.  

    Audience: prospective and current MBA students

  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: The Global Journey of a Fulbright Scholar from Morocco

    Date: January 5, 2024

    In this episode of the UB School of Management's Manage-A-Bull Podcast, host Akshay Prabhakar Koltewar interviews Fouad Laajine, an MBA student and Fulbright Scholar. Fouad shares his journey that led him to pursue an MBA at UB and explains the Fulbright Scholarship program. He discusses the challenges he faced during the application process and offers advice to prospective students considering applying for the scholarship. Fouad also reflects on the impact of the Fulbright Scholarship and the MBA program on his personal and professional life, and shares his plans for the future.  

    Audience: prospective and current students, MBA

  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: Welcoming a new Faculty Director of LeaderCORE™ to Buffalo

    Date: December 15, 2023

    In this episode we are joined by professor Marla Kameny, who is faculty director of LeaderCORE and the Master of Science and Management classes starting in fall of 2024. Kameny teaches three elective courses: MGB 615 - Leadership, Executive Presence and Emotional Intelligence, and MGB 630 and 631 - Foundations of LeaderCORE 1 and 2. She will also teach MGI 601 - Workforce Engagement in the spring. Learn about her path to teaching in the School of Management, the 15 years she spent in Louisiana, and her favorite place to get chicken wings!

    Audience: prospective and current students, MBA

  • The Manage-A-Bull Podcast: An Army Blackhawk pilot's journey to pursuing an MBA

    Date: December 1, 2023

    In this episode we are joined by ⁠Kaitlin Lafferty⁠, a first-year MBA student and a U.S. Army veteran. In the Army, she was a Black Hawk helicopter pilot and left as a captain. After a brief stint in the industry, she came back to pursue a graduate degree to gain skills for long-term success. Today we talk to her about her Army experience, transition to civilian life, experiences at UB and what's next.

    Audience: prospective and current students, MBA, veterans