Cody Jones

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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

Warrington supports its Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander community

College statement supporting our Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander community

Dear Business Gators, We join the University of Florida community and so many around the world in support of the Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander community. After an increased pattern of violence, we strongly condemn any racism, hate and intolerance and stand in support of our Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander students, faculty and staff. To our Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander community, we stand with you and support you. We value you and all of the

UF Warrington student Caleigh Molner is using AI and analytics to help a global business

Using AI and analytics to solve business problems

After graduating from the University of Florida with my Bachelor of Science in Statistics in May 2020, I was eager to continue my education and expand my business knowledge. When I found out that UF’s Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management (MS-ISOM) program was offering a new concentration in Business Analytics, I knew this program would be a perfect fit with my interests and career goals. Unfortunately, like many, my summer internship was cancelled due to the

Student Spotlight: Cameron Cohen

The Warrington College of Business is full of standout alumni and students. No matter their program or major, their time on campus plays an important role in preparing for impactful careers. This series features exceptional people from across Warrington.  Learn more about what makes Cameron Cohen, a student in the undergraduate information systems program and the Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management program, a standout student at the Warrington College of Business. Q: What degrees will you have

Jim Richardson poses with his mentees

A lifetime of impact

Ask Jim Richardson’s former students about their professor, and they all rave about the same qualities. His lectures were engaging, his coursework helped them learn, and his career advice helped them make important decisions. But the one thing they all mention? The personal relationships he built that lasted long after their final exams. Richardson made sure that his classes were more than a box to check before graduation. They often turned into a lifelong bond between teacher and student. Richardson’s

UF Warrington alumnae Lizzi Salem speaks at a UBS event

Corporate Partnerships: UBS and Warrington

Before 2013, the University of Florida Warrington College of Business wasn’t on the radar of UBS. When UBS employees went on the road to recruit, they rarely stopped in Gainesville or thought twice about interviewing Warrington students for their internships or full-time positions.  Today, the partnership between Warrington and UBS is strong. The investment bank and financial services company now frequents the Warrington campus for hires, and alumnus Jim Pellicane is an important reason why. Jim Pellicane (Managing Director at

How you can benefit from a combined degree

The plan to pursue a combined degree is generating a buzz among undergraduate students and can be quite appealing. But what is a combined degree? And, more importantly, why would this be considered beneficial? The combination degree program allows undergraduate students who qualify academically to obtain both a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Most students begin the application process sometime during sophomore or junior year, but each student’s academic path is unique and there is no exact timeline that must be

Student organization aims to bring diversity to Wall Street

As a young woman growing up in the melting pot of Miami, I was exposed to minorities achieving success in every career and industry. Going to an all girls high school almost entirely comprised of Latinas only further reinforced the notion that anyone could achieve anything, as nearly every leadership position was held by what corporate America would consider a minority. It was not until I steered myself much deeper into my niche in finance that I began to realize

How to maximize your experience at a virtual career event

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the UF Warrington Business Career Services office to be creative in its career offerings. With Warrington Career Week set to take place from February 1-4, students will have an opportunity to hear from impactful companies and learn what it takes to earn an internship or full-time job.  But how can students make sure they maximize their experience and get the most out of this event and others throughout the year? Jonathan Fowler, a CAP Mentor for

Student spotlight: Hazha Abdullah

The Warrington College of Business is full of standout alumni and students. No matter their program or major, their time on campus plays an important role in preparing for impactful careers. This series features exceptional people from across Warrington.  Learn more about what makes Hazha Abdullah, a student in the Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program, a standout student at the Warrington College of Business. Q: Where are you from originally? Abdullah: “I am from Kurdistan, a Kurdish region in

Selling UF MBA’s new South Florida home

The UF MBA Weekend Professional program in South Florida provided Mike Ciadella with the financial education to change his career from advertising technology sales to commercial real estate. Two years after graduating, Ciadella was using his knowledge to benefit the program. UF MBA opened its new facility in Miramar in 2019, and Ciadella (MBA ’17) and his team at Cushman & Wakefield sold the property that now houses the new South Florida MBA campus. “It was very unique to be