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Holly Sproule is a writer for the UF Warrington College of Business. In her role, she creates content that is shared across the college’s various channels. She is currently pursuing a degree in English through the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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Stories by Holly

Jake Bruce

Fisher student awarded PCAOB scholarship

Fisher School of Accounting student Jake Bruce received the 2023-2024 Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) academic scholarship. The scholarship will cover $10,000 worth of tuition, fees, books and supplies. “I am extremely grateful to be receiving the PCAOB scholarship,”

Judy Callahan stands at her desk.

In and beyond the classroom

Dr. Judy Callahan is next in our new Faculty Spotlight series. She shares her career path to becoming a professor and faculty member at the Warrington College of Business and what excites her most about teaching students. Dr. Judy Callahan

UF teams posing with giant checks while doing the gator chomp.

MBA students place 2nd and 3rd at Danaher Case Competition

Two teams of MBA students won at the Danaher Case Competition in April, taking second and third place overall. The Danaher Case Competition was conducted in three rounds. In March, 20 teams were invited to participate in the first, digital

Ethics Team

Ethics Case Team: season highlights

The Warrington College of Business’ Ethics Case Competition Team are celebrating a tremendous season of case competitions. Under the leadership of Dr. Brian Ray, Director of the Poe Business Ethics Center and Instructional Professor of Leadership and Ethics, the Ethics

Harrison Haber

Real estate student awarded Business Ethics Ambassador of the Year

Harrison Haber (BSBA ’22, MSRE ’23) was named the 2022-2023 Business Ethics Ambassador of the Year. The Business Ethics Ambassador of the Year award is given to a Business Ethics Ambassador who demonstrates and positively promotes ethical decision making and

Mark Flannery

Is First Republic Bank’s failure sign of a slow-motion banking crisis?

First Republic Bank was the second-largest bank failure in US history. More failures could be on the way. Insights from Bank of America Eminent Scholar Mark Flannery inform this story. Read more in Vox.

Jay Ritter

Uncertain Markets Have Startups Rethinking IPOs

Some company founders say their new goal is to build a profitable business and buy out their backers. Not all investors are on board. Insights from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter inform this story. Read more in The Wall Street Journal.

Hannah Peters

Heavener student honored with award for commitment to ethics

Hannah Peters was named the 2022-2023 recipient of the Virginia Maurer Business Ethics Student of the Year award. She is the sixth recipient of this prestigious award. The Virginia Maurer Business Ethics Student of the Year award honors students in

Fisher School of Accounting students holding awards.

2023 MAcc Student of the Year, other outstanding students named at banquet

Alexia Byrd (MAcc ’23) was named the Chrislynn Freed Master of Accounting Outstanding Student of the Year at the Fisher School of Accounting Spring Awards Banquet on April 20 at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center. The award is

Baolian Wang

Finance professor honored for outstanding stock market research

Baolian Wang, Bank of America Associate Professor of Finance, is the second prize recipient of the Roger F. Murray prize. Every year, the Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, or Q Group, awards three prizes to individuals who present outstanding