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Meet the newest Full-Time MBA students

In 2017, 54 people started the UF MBA Full-Time program. Here are a few numbers that give a snapshot of the new students and the diverse perspectives they bring to the program. Learn more about UF MBA and how you can be a part of it.

A diversified educational portfolio

When Gina Martin Adams (BSBA ’98) first came to the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida, finance was not what she expected to spend her time studying, much less make a career out of. In fact, she initially decided to pursue marketing as a major. It wasn’t

Should power lines go underground?

Dr. Ted Kury, director of energy studies for the Public Utility Research Center in the Warrington College of Business, observes that installing power lines underground to prevent outages during hurricanes may not be the magic bullet many are seeking. Read Dr. Kury’s article here. Dr. Kury has provided additional expert

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Fisher School ranks in top 10 among U.S. publics in U.S. News rankings

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Fisher School of Accounting’s undergraduate program ranked sixth among U.S. public programs in the latest U.S. News & World Report’s “2018 Best Undergraduate Business Programs” edition released Tuesday. Overall, the Fisher School was ranked 11th in the U.S. “I am very pleased to see recognition of

Transforming career services in the Warrington College of Business

Career and professional development is an integral part of the student experience at any top-ranked business school in the country. Here at the Warrington College of Business, it is no different. To better serve our students, the Graduate Business Career Services office is being reinvented. Business Career Services, as it

Are store brands just as good?

When Woochoel Shin was a graduate student with a tight budget, he purchased store brands over name-brand products. He’s now the JCPenney Professor of Marketing in the Warrington College of Business, but Shin continues to purchase store brand products after his research findings show that their quality is often comparable

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Fisher School’s programs remain among nation’s elite in PAR rankings

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Fisher School of Accounting’s undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs moved up or held their ranking among public programs in Public Accounting Report’s (PAR) 36th Annual Survey of Accounting Professors. Among publics, the Fisher School remained No. 7 in undergraduate programs while jumping to No. 8 in

Group of Warrington students doing the Gator Chomp around the Ubiquity statue

9 ways UF Warrington students spent their summers

Some business students took their studies abroad! Hitting the books while hitting up all the landmarks. Others put their skills to use in their internships. Gaining experience, learning, developing skills … the benefits are endless. Some Warrington students are studious year-round. Even if nine of those credits are required. If

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Student Spotlight: Gabriel Hensley

Air Force Combat Rescue Officer Gabriel Hensley lives in Cocoa Beach with his wife and four children. As an active officer of the Air Force, Gabriel balances his military duties and his entrepreneurial dreams. He completed UF’s Veterans Entrepreneurship Program, which inspired him to enroll in the Master of Science

Xavier Richardson

Making a difference in South Africa

Xavier Richardson, a 2017 graduate of the Thomas S. Johnson Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program, recently participated in the Entrepreneurship and Empowerment in South Africa (EESA) program. EESA participants spend six weeks assisting historically disadvantaged entrepreneurs in the townships around Cape Town, South Africa. The program aims to make