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Public Relations Specialist

Allison Alsup is the Public Relations Specialist for the UF Warrington College of Business. In her role, she develops and publishes strategic communications for alumni, prospective students, peer groups, employers and recruiters, community organizations and the media to elevate the Warrington College of Business. Prior to joining UF Warrington, she was the Public Relations and Partnerships Specialist at the UF College of the Arts. She received her bachelor’s degree in public relations and her Master of Science in Management from the University of Florida.

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Stories by Allison

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Want to increase your team’s performance? Gender diversity could be beneficial

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Many of us have heard the famous adage ‘teamwork makes the dreamwork’ from leadership author John Maxwell, but what is the key to actually making a team work? New research from the University of Florida Warrington College

Elizabeth Castro Gulacsy

From Cuba to CFO

Elizabeth Castro Gulacsy’s life could have ended up vastly different had her parents not taken an opportunity to leave their home country of Cuba for the United States. After living under the repressive communist regime for years, Gulacsy’s parents and

Asoo Vakharia

DeSantis calls on cargo ships to divert to Fla. as businesses feel supply chain pains

McClatchy Professor and Director of the Center for Supply Chain Management Asoo Vakharia says that plan could work but it is not as simple as diverting ships to a different port. Read more of what Vakharia had to say in

Richard Lutz

Facebook, fooling no one, may be going for a new name

JCPenney Professor of Marketing Richard Lutz notes that while changing a company’s name isn’t common, there’s usually an important reason why it’s happening.  Lutz explains in this story from the Los Angeles Times. 

Isaac Hetzroni

UF startup Imprint Genius named industry’s fastest growing promotional products company

With year-over-year growth of 762.3%, Imprint Genius takes the number one position for “Fastest Growing Distributors” in 2020, as published in Print+Promo Marketing Magazine last month. A shining achievement for the start-up and its young founder, an inspirational story of a college

Angela Lenkner

First Gator Graduate through UF Online’s Employer Partnership with Walmart

Angela Lenkner, 44, decided to complete her bachelor’s after being laid off from her job of almost eight years at a security company. After exploring the job market, Lenkner accepted a job at her local Walmart Superstore in Texas. When first

Jay Ritter

Today’s Tech Founders Don’t Just Own the Company. They’re Also Getting Huge Pay Packages.

Pay has jumped sharply for the heads of newly public tech companies with dual-class shares, typically run by founders, according to data from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter.  Read more insights in this story from the Wall Street Journal. 

Sean Kernan

I spent $60,000 and 2 years on my MBA. Here are the best lessons you learn in business school

UF MBA alumnus Sean Kernan (MBA ’16) explains how his Online MBA experience gave him the confidence to take business risks, improved his decision-making skills, expanded his network, and even boosted his salary. Read Kernan’s CNBC story. 

Jay Ritter

Investors giving fitness brands cold shoulder in IPO market

Cordell Eminent Scholar and IPO expert Jay Ritter joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel with the latest on the IPO market. See what Ritter had to say in this video from Yahoo Finance. 

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UF MBA offers full-tuition scholarships and merit awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Full-Time MBA program at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business is proud to offer 100% tuition scholarships and merit awards to competitive students. “The full-tuition scholarships and merit awards are integral to making an MBA