Min-Hsuan Tu, Elisabeth Gilbert, and Joyce Bono.

Five-minute trick can help reduce the ‘beauty premium’ in hiring interviews

Joyce Bono, W.A. McGriff, III Professor, and Ph.D. graduates Min-Hsuan Tu (Ph.D. ’19) and Elisabeth Gilbert (Ph.D. ’19) share research-backed tips that help boost confidence in hiring interviews, even for those who don’t meet traditional standards of beauty.  Read on to see Bono, Tu and Gilbert’s suggestions in this story from The Gainesville Sun. 

  • According to some studies 75% of people have experienced burnout. This episode of Highbrow Drivel talks with Brian Swider, Beth Ayers McCague Family Fellowship Associate Professor, and a comedian who used to be a social worker to get to the bottom of what burnout is, why it happens, whether it’s on the rise and a much more.

    Brian Swider

    What is burnout and why does it happen?

    Highbrow Drivel
  • Joyce Bono, W.A. McGriff, III Professor, and Ph.D. graduates Min-Hsuan Tu (Ph.D. ’19) and Elisabeth Gilbert (Ph.D. ’19) share research-backed tips that help boost confidence in hiring interviews, even for those who don’t meet traditional standards of beauty.

    Min-Hsuan Tu, Elisabeth Gilbert, and Joyce Bono.

    Five-minute trick can help reduce the 'beauty premium' in hiring interviews

    The Gainesville Sun
  • Considering an MBA? Learn more about what Online MBA programs and Executive MBA programs have to offer from admissions requirements, program schedules, cost, and personal learning style preferences.

    Century Tower with the UF MBA logo

    Online MBA versus executive MBA: How the programs compare

    Fortune
  • The dismal state of power in Hurricane Ida’s wake is a distressingly familiar scenario for Entergy Corp. Louisiana’s largest electrical utility has grappled with other widespread outages after numerous previous hurricanes. Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury explains how upgrades will cost customers more.

    Ted Kury

    Hurricane Ida turns spotlight on Louisiana power grid issues

    ABC News
  • Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury explains why burying power lines isn’t always the best solution when it comes to protecting electric grids from storms.

    One of the less flooded steets in downtown New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

    Can burying power lines protect storm-wracked electric grids? Not always.

    The Conversation
Drew Stuerman stands in front of his donut shop Halo Potato Donuts

Meet Drew Stuerman, Halo Potato Donuts’ Chief Donut Officer and Warrington alumnus

Drew Stuerman (BABA ’19) shares how his experience at the Warrington College of Business and the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center helped him start his business, a favorite amongst Gainesville locals.

MSF students had impactful internships in summer 2021

See where Master of Science in Finance students interned this summer

Students in the William R. Hough Master of Science in Finance program continue to earn summer internships at some of the most notable firms in the country. Whether in-person or remote, these internships provide an opportunity to put what they learn in the MSF program into practice. Check out where MSF students are interning, what they got out of the experience and how it will impact their futures. Dhruvi Contractor

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University of Florida ranks fifth among U.S. News’ top public universities

For the fifth year in a row, the University of Florida has risen in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, reaching the No. 5 position among U.S. public schools, an extraordinary milestone in the university’s history. UF’s steady climb exemplifies a unified and sustained commitment at all levels, from Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Florida Legislature, our congressional representatives, the Board of Governors and the UF Board of