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YouTube Video Launched to Promote the School
School to Offer New Program in 2013 Focused on Innovation
A Family Tree with Deep Roots
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Video: Weiss, Executive in Residence, Helps Nonprofits Thrive
Research on Stock Splits Wins Faculty Award
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UB Student One of 'Sweet 16' in Clinton Global Initiative's Commitments Challenge
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Past Merrick Exchange Issues
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YouTube Video Launched to Promote the School
Your Success Starts Here at Merrick

During the spring semester members of the Dean's Advisory Council sat down with Dean Smith and encouraged her to showcase the Merrick School of Business in a video. Today, we are proud to present to you"Your Success Starts Here at Merrick." 

Click on the video image below and you will be directed to the 'web version' of The Merrick Exchange newsletter to view the video.

Your Success Starts Here at Merrick!




School to Offer New Program in 2013 Focused on Innovation

 
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In many professional endeavors, climbing the career ladder includes situations where you’re required to get your hands dirty to understand a problem from the ground up, whether it’s in a laboratory or a cubicle—it's where your dreams start. Not many smart, ambitious people fantasize about a job behind a desk, but the reality is, that’s how we advance.



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A Family Tree with Deep Roots

 
Lucy Motsay Rutishauser, M.B.A. ’87 is just one of several family members to walk the halls at UB.
Lucy Motsay Rutishauser, M.B.A. ’87 is just one of several family members to walk the halls at UB.

Students, alumni, and friends: These are the fundamentals that make up the Merrick School of Business Periodic Table. Without these “elements”—our school’s oxygen, iron, hydrogen, and other necessities—Merrick would be adrift in a sea of atomized ideas about business, innovation and values. We would not be able to define what it is that makes a difference in the careers of so many successful people. Chaos would rule the universe.



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