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UF MBA students named among Poets & Quants’ Best & Brightest Online MBAs

Reading Time: 1 minute Two UF MBA students, Juan P. Lopez and Angeline Gross, were recognized by Poets & Quants on its Best & Brightest Online MBAs: Class of 2019. Check out what Juan and Angeline had to say about why they chose UF MBA Online, how they’ve grown throughout their time in the

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Poe Center director selected as a Wall Street Journal contributing professor

Reading Time: 1 minute Dr. Brian Ray, Director of the Poe Business Ethics Center, has been selected to serve as a contributing professor to The Wall Street Journal in the fields of leadership and ethics. The Wall Street Journal selects top tier faculty members in the fields of accounting, business law, ethics, finance, leadership, marketing,

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Think starting a business is the only way to be an entrepreneur? Think again.

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Christine Haworth, BSBA ’18, MSE ’19 Innovation, this word comes up more and more in the business world with the pressures to continually succeed as a business, but what does innovation really mean, and how can one be innovative? A common misconception is that innovation just means “change,” but

How UF MBA gave me a global perspective

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Rachel Borchers (MBA ’19) It was easy for me to choose the University of Florida for my MBA, especially because I wanted to be a double Gator.  When I did my undergrad degree at UF, I was not able to do the study abroad program.  However, one of the

Robert Knechel

Fisher School professor named Senior Editor of premier accounting journal

Reading Time: 2 minutes GAINESVILLE, Fla. – W. Robert Knechel, Frederick E. Fisher Eminent Scholar and Director of the International Accounting and Auditing Center at the University of Florida Fisher School of Accounting has been named the next Senior Editor of The Accounting Review. Now in its 92nd year of publication, The Accounting Review is

A miniature couple standing next to a pile of coins with a linear graph. The concept of the wage gap between men and women, which grows larger over time.

Despite company efforts, gender pay discrimination still exists, according to new award-winning research

Reading Time: 3 minutes GAINESVILLE, Fla. – You may think of Tuesday as the day between Monday and Wednesday, the second day of the work week, or just another day standing between you and the weekend. While the significance of a Tuesday might not seem like much, it actually plays a substantial role in

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Meet Our Deans: Sherry Deist

Reading Time: 3 minutes You already know that the Warrington College of Business is the top business school in the state and one of the best in the nation and world, but do you know the leaders that have guided us to such success and recognition? In our Meet the Deans series, we introduce

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Learning in the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate program goes beyond the classroom

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Clayton Robinson, BSBA ’19, MSRE ’20 School is great, but the education that the Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE) program provides is beyond the scope of school. From the get-go you are learning about industry fundamentals and most specifically how to network. In real

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5 reasons why taking the GRE is important for your master’s degree

Reading Time: 3 minutes Applying to graduate school is a lofty task. From writing your personal statement, updating your resume and acquiring letters of recommendation and transcripts, it can be a lot to think about and organize. As you look at the checklist for admission to a master’s program, the last thing you want

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MBA: Master of Business Administration or Master of the Balancing Act?

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Daniel Hunt, MBA ’20, Vice President at Hunt Bros. Cooperative Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there, and especially to those who have decided to bite the bullet and tackle the MBA and fatherhood simultaneously. It can be done, albeit with some sacrifices, as students both male