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Editorial Manager

Cody Jones is the Editorial Manager for the UF Warrington College of Business. In his role, he serves as the writer for digital and print related branding materials for Warrington while maintaining a strategic vision for communications and working closely with staff to create and manage the College’s voice. Before joining Warrington’s marketing and communications team, he spent six years as a sports journalist. He received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Florida.

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Stories by Cody

Peter Sealey funded a professorship in marketing

Giving back to the future of marketing

Peter Sealey’s successful marketing career was highlighted by managing the Coca-Cola marketing team that came up with the company’s iconic polar bears commercials. His education began with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, a Master’s degree from Yale

Student does homework at table with classmates and professor

When is the best time to get a master’s degree?

For many people with a bachelor’s degree, the thought of returning to school for a master’s can be intriguing. Whether you’re looking to switch industries or return to school to further your expertise in your current job, the UF Warrington

Warrington graduates who were hired at Procter and Gamble.

Corporate Partnerships: Procter & Gamble

As the largest consumer goods company in the world, Procter & Gamble is overwhelmed with college students applying for jobs every year. And while they hire the best talent from anywhere in the world, Procter & Gamble has seen a

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Warrington restructures advisory board to lean on active leadership

Warrington is reorganizing its Advisory Council to lean on prominent business leaders around the world. In his first year as dean, Saby Mitra noticed the opportunity to engage with industry executives and continue to strengthen the College’s position as a

Fisher alumna Cindy Pekrul is the Senior Vice President of Global Finance Operations at NBCUniversal

Leading accounting across the media landscape

After helping two companies through bankruptcies early in her career, Cindy Pekrul was struggling to decide what was next. She already had great experience in financial operations, but she wanted a break before figuring out what the next step looked

GSIF students give a presentation

MSF program ranked among best in the world by QS

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The William R. Hough Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program remained in the top 10 on QS’ 2022 Master’s in Finance Rankings. The MSF program was named No. 6 among the 63 ranked U.S. programs and No. 4 among

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

Sophomore Summer Series helps MSF students learn about career paths

As a rising sophomore interested in pursuing finance, I am blessed to receive mentorship from the graduate-level professors and administration at the Warrington College of Business. Notably, Mrs. Kelly Herring, Mrs. Stephanie Fajre, and Dr. David Brown, who facilitate a program for

Graduating student spotlight: Sandra Cardenal

As a first generation American, Sandra Cardenal always wanted to pursue the Master of International Business (MIB) program at the UF Warrington College of Business. She wanted to learn more about globalization and be empowered to make a difference in

Ditching Corporate Life for Entrepreneurship

Vassia Daskalakis had a short break between graduating from the Warrington College of Business and starting her full-time role at J.P. Morgan. What was meant to be a quick diversion before starting life in corporate America turned into a trip