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Racing for a personal cause

George Pollock discovered his love of cycling as a student at the Fisher School of Accounting while competing on the UF club cycling team that made the collegiate cycling national championships at Stanford University in 1990. Over 25 years later, he channeled his passion for cycling into a more personal

Todd Hoffman

Startup success never tasted so sweet

Todd Hoffman (BSBA ’02, MS-DIS ’03) is a self-described chocoholic, which is not something you’d expect from someone who is also a triathlete. Luckily for Hoffman, he can feel less guilty indulging his sweet tooth after working up a sweat with a treat from Chloe’s Fruit, the company he also

From left to right: Xinyi Pan (BSAc), nominated by Georganne Watson; Yue Li (BSBA), nominated by Jason Ward (not pictured); Hankun Jin (MIB, MS-ISOM), nominated by Ana Portocarrero (not pictured); Sang Kyu Park (Ph.D. -Marketing), nominated by Dr. Aner Sela; Bruno Pintchovski Rodriguez (MS-ISOM), nominated by Jessica Samsom; Joe Rojo, Director of International Programs Heavener School of Business.

Five Warrington students honored by UF International Center

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Five students from the Warrington College of Business received Outstanding International Student Awards from the University of Florida International Center on November 14. The Outstanding International Student Award recognizes international students who not only meet exemplary academic achievement, but also a wide range of accomplishments and contributions.

Post Doctoral Bridge graduates standing in front of a gator statue.

Celebrating 10 years of the Post-Doctoral Bridge program at Warrington

Ten years ago, the Post-Doctoral Bridge program was established at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business. Since its inception, it has helped participants prepare for teaching and research careers in business schools. As we celebrate 10 years of the Post-Doctoral Bridge program in 2018, take a look at

How to transition into graduate school | Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate combined degree program

By John Farese, BS Construction Management ’18, MSRE ’19 The transition into graduate school as a junior is a new and exciting experience for any combined degree student. I vividly remember how it felt when I heard about the combined degree program while in the University of Florida Rinker School

Charlotte Terry-Mendez, owner and creator of Cleaning Genie LLC, and GEAP participant.

UF entrepreneurship program aims to attack poverty

The Warrington College of Business Gainesville Entrepreneurship and Adversity Program addresses the city’s poverty rate with programs designed to help entrepreneurs facing a variety of issues, writes the Gainesville Sun. Read more about the program, run by Dr. Michael Morris, and how its empowering entrepreneurs in the Gainesville community in


The 6 M’s | Why Compete in UF’s Big Idea Competition?

By Jamie Kraft, Director, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center As another busy semester comes to a close at the University of Florida, we find ourselves once again soliciting registrations for the 2019 Big Idea Competition. With a deadline of December 15, you don’t want to miss this amazing opportunity. Why is

Jim Mehalso, Managing Director at Prudential Real Estate Investors and Armando Codina, Executive Chairman of Codina Partners.

Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate students network, learn from prominent Miami developer

By Cecilia Milton, BSBA Finance ’18, MSRE ’19 Not only am I the daughter of a developer, but I am also the daughter of a Gator. My dad has always shared his love for real estate and the Gator Nation with me. I came across the Nathan S. Collier Master

UF MBA students at Ctrip

Global Immersion Experience in China highlights importance of goal setting and empowering employees for UF MBA student

By Sarah Beth Hoover (BSBA Marketing ’15, MBA ’18) I don’t remember the exact moment when I noticed my love for traveling. Rather, growing up in a military family meant that I started to itch for a new adventure every 3 or 4 years. It runs through my blood, just

Members of the Knack team from left: CTO David Stoker, CMO Shawn Doyle, CEO Samyr Qureshi, Community Austin Doyle, and CPO Dennis Hansen.

Peer tutoring platform Knack raises $1.5M from Charles Hudson, Jeff Vinik

Former Gator Hatchery company Knack, a tutoring app for college students, recently raised $1.5 million from Charles Hudson’s Precursor Ventures and Tampa Bay Lighting owner and Fenway Sports Group Partner, Jeff Vinik. Read more about Knack’s success and where it’s going next from TechCrunch.