Alumni & Friends

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Measuring your inner self

If you were to paint a self-portrait, would it accurately depict your appearance? Like artists, job seekers have a similar challenge. In a job interview, you must understand who you are in order to properly convey your strengths and intentions. In other words, “Know yourself so you can portray yourself.”

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Change for the better

Noelle Fennessy (BSAc ’16, MAcc ’16) came to a memorable, and somewhat sobering, realization two years ago when she attended Beta Alpha Psi’s Annual Meeting—an international gathering of the honor organization for financial information students and professionals. “Every chapter seemed to be more active than we were,” said Fennessy, now

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College mourns loss of alumnus, finance leader

The College lost one of its most prominent alumni Sunday with the passing of William A. “Mac” McGriff III, who lost his courageous battle with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP). He was 72 years old. McGriff (BSBA ’69) was a longtime supporter of the University of Florida and the Warrington College

Fisher alumna to share journey to the C-Suite

Karen O’Byrne’s (BSAc ’89, MBA ’06) journey to the C-suite had its twists and turns, but she never wavered thanks to her accounting education. It’s a success story O’Byrne hopes current Fisher students will emulate. O’Byrne, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Modernizing Medicine, will be one of

  • 9 signs you’re a UF Warrington alumnus
  • 9 signs you’re a UF Warrington alumnus
  • 9 signs you’re a UF Warrington alumnus

9 signs you’re a UF Warrington alumnus

What are some of the experiences that made your time at the UF Warrington College of Business memorable? Here’s a look at some fun moments only a Business Gator can relate to… Because of Dr. Lutz, you’ve never forgotten the difference between features and benefits. The drilling-a-hole-in-a-book-demo helped the lesson

Emerging Entrepreneur

Nick Reader (BSAc ’97) remembers the conversation with his wife, Melanie (B.A.E ’97, M.Ed. ’98), before he started his entrepreneurial journey—a scary departure from his lucrative and prominent position as Chief Financial Officer of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. “The bad news was that I was going to make next to

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UF MBA recognized on Poets & Quants’ “2016 MBAs to Watch”

Megan Lehman and Erika Rix were named to Poets & Quants’ “2016 MBAs to Watch” list. Learn more about Megan and Erika, their experiences at UF MBA, and their career plans.    

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Point of Contact

As a Business Gator, you’re never alone on your career journey. There are more than 65,000 Warrington alumni ready and willing to help you find career success. Visit the Warrington Wire and learn how these alumni made the most out of The Gator Nation, and found rewarding careers.

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How technology is impacting the retail industry

The influence of technology on the retail industry has been immense, and will be one of the major topics discussed at Retail Smarter 2016—the retail conference presented by the College’s David F. Miller Retailing Education and Research Center taking place today and tomorrow at The Vinoy Renaissance in St. Petersburg.

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Fisher School honors students at annual awards banquet

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Cindy Dosch was named Outstanding MAcc Student of the Year at the Fisher School of Accounting’s Spring Banquet on April 14 at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center. The MAcc Student of the Year Award, which is selected by a faculty vote, is the highest honor