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Dwayne Thelwell poses for a photo at his home work set up with a laptop and computer monitor with the Wells Fargo logo

See where Heavener students are interning this summer

This summer, over 800 undergraduate Business Gators are interning and participating in experiential learning. Heavener School of Business students are interning and building competencies across a variety of functions and industries including marketing and sales, finance and accounting, operations and

Makayla Nicholas poses for a photo in front of Stonehenge in England.

Why the Master of International Business was the perfect program for this globally-focused student

Makayla Nicholas (BSBA ’20, MIB ’21) will graduate with her Master of International Business (MIB) degree this summer. Prior to the MIB program, she earned her bachelor’s degree in management with a minor in entrepreneurship from Warrington. Upon graduation, she

Yiduo Shao

Management Ph.D. student awarded grant for dissertation on the aging workforce

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Yiduo Shao, a Ph.D. candidate in the management department at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business, is among the recipients of the Society for Human Resource (SHRM) Foundation Dissertation Grant Award. As part of her

Remy Jennings, Dong Hyun Shin, Jim Parrino and Yiduo Shao pose for a photo with their teaching awards from Warrington.

Three management PhD students honored with teaching awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Ph.D. students Remy Jennings (Ph.D. ’22), Yiduo Shao (Ph.D. ’22) and Dong Hyun Shin (Ph.D. ’21) were awarded Warrington College of Business Ph.D. Teaching Awards for their teaching efforts in the spring 2020 semester.  The award is

Dominik Vinke

How the Master of International Business is preparing this Fulbright Scholar for a career with a global focus

Dominik Vinke (MIB ’21) is set to complete his Master of International Business this summer. The Germany-native came to the University of Florida as a Fulbright Scholar. Read more about Dominik and how the Master of International Business (MIB) program

Jay Ritter and Minmo Gahng

SPAC Backed by Father Gains 84% Buying Firm Run by Daughter

Research from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter and Ph.D. student Minmo Gahng inform this story about Jay Sidhu’s Megalith SPAC merging with BM Technologies.  Read the story from Bloomberg. 

Sofia Gomez is a Fisher School of Accounting student

Fisher student receives respected scholarship

Fisher School of Accounting student Sofia Gomez received the 2021-22 Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) academic scholarship. The scholarship will cover $10,000 worth of tuition, fees, books and supplies. Gomez will graduate in 2022 with her bachelor’s and master’s

Sam Campion balances fatherhood with his MBA

Juggling fatherhood with an MBA

Working from home, supporting your spouse in her career, raising two young children and completing an MBA, all at the same time, requires some serious time management – but it is very rewarding. In the summer of 2020, with a

Felipe Affonso

Delivering “Serendipity”: Seemingly Random Product Discovery, Aided by Technology

Research from marketing Ph.D. student Felipe Affonso highlights how marketers can capitalize on the power of serendipity to increase consumer satisfaction. Read more about how marketers can do this by going beyond surprising consumers, because serendipity is not just a

Jay Ritter and Minmo Gahng

For Startup Leaders, SPACs Have Lost Their Allure

Research from Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter and finance Ph.D. student Minmo Gahng informs this story about entrepreneurs growing increasingly wary about the money-raising tool after watching peers’ stocks slide and investors balk. Read more in this story from the