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10 business influencers you should follow right now

Looking for new sources of business inspiration and insights? Check out these recommendations for business influencers and why it’s beneficial for you to follow them, according to students, alumni, faculty and staff across the Warrington College of Business. 1. Barbara Corcoran @barbaracorcoran on Twitter @barbaracorcoran on Instagram “I recommend following Barbara Corcoran on Twitter, LinkedIn and TikTok. Barbara posts a variety of content relating to business advice, encouragement, and hilarious business-related memes. Someone interested in entrepreneurship will definitely benefit from

How do you stay motivated?

Some days are harder than others. Hard to get up in the morning, tackle your to-do list and get in a little exercise or family time. It’s in these challenging periods that you need to find a little motivation to keep progressing forward, but how do you do that? We Are Warrington podcast host Andy Lord ends every conversation with Warrington business leaders about what they do to stay motivated. See their top tips for motivation below and check out

Warrington team among the top three at ethics case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Two students from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business finished among the top teams at the Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition at Stetson University. The team finished third in the final ethics case competition.  “The Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition provides students with an opportunity to sharpen their analytical and critical thinking as well as their presentations skills,” said Dr. Brian Ray, Director of the Poe Business Ethics Center. “This competition always attracts teams from

Warrington Career Week connects hundreds of students with recruiters, despite pandemic

Searching for a job can be a stressful and demanding task. Doing so during a pandemic doesn’t make it any easier. Despite the inherent challenges associated with job searching in the time of COVID-19, Warrington College of Business students were set up for success thanks to Warrington Career Week – a virtual event put on by Business Career Services designed to help students explore career options, learn about company culture, affirm academic major choices, network with employers and enhance career

Second annual Diversity Weekend highlights UF MBA’s inclusivity

In February, UF MBA hosted its second annual Diversity Weekend, where prospective students virtually learned about how UF MBA embraces and supports its MBAs from diverse backgrounds. We asked the Diversity Committee, made of current UF MBA students, to share about the event, how this event helps prospective students, why it’s important and more. Read on to see what they had to say.   Q: What is Diversity Weekend all about? The UF MBA Diversity Weekend 2021 was a fun,

Student Spotlight: Ashley Arndt

Ashley Arndt is pursuing her Master of Science in Marketing from the Warrington College of Business. Learn more about Ashley and see how she’s benefitted from pursuing her master’s degree in marketing.   Q: Tell us about yourself. Arndt: “I am a combined student in my second semester in the program. This is my third year here at UF and my undergrad major is marketing as well. I am planning on graduating from the program in December 2021. Currently, I

New UF Warrington, FAMU partnership to address diversity in real estate

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Warrington College of Business is proud to announce a new scholarship for students who attended Florida A&M University (FAMU) or other Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCU) and are interested in studying real estate. The Bergstrom-Crossman Real Estate Scholarship will be awarded annually through the Kelley A. Bergstrom Real Estate Center to support students qualified for the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) program with undergraduate degrees from Florida

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

5 ways you can learn about AI and analytics at Warrington

Businesses used to be driven by Excel spreadsheets, but today, the Warrington College of Business is preparing graduates for the future of business with a new level of analytics and modeling tools. From faculty with expertise in AI and analytics to courses and degree programs to the most advanced technical resources, Warrington has what you need to develop your foundation in AI and analytics. Read on to see the five ways you can learn about AI and analytics at the