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Deloitte consistently recruits from the UF Warrington College of Business

Corporate Partnerships: Deloitte

The connections between Deloitte and the UF Warrington College of Business started decades ago. Deloitte has long maintained a consistent presence on the Warrington campus to hire students or speak in classes. Warrington graduate J. Michael Cook (BSBA ’64) also

Young Alumni Spotlight: Conner Loving

Conner Loving was convinced his future was already planned out the day he showed up on the University of Florida campus. He’d be active in the UF ROTC program, graduate in four years and head straight into the Army. He

40 Gators Under 40 logo at center just above seven photos of 4 men and 3 women.

2022 40 Gators Under 40 list features seven Warrington alumni

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The fourth annual 40 Gators Under 40 had a strong showing of Business Gators, with seven alumni from the Warrington College of Business selected for the annual listing presented by the University of Florida Alumni Association. The

Alexis Ashley

Real estate career ready

After earning her undergraduate degree in economics at Florida A&M University (FAMU) in 2019, Alexis Ashley started a full-time role with Citi as an audit analyst in data quality and risk modeling. Her degree well prepared her for a role

GSIF experiences another strong year of growth

The Gator Student Investment Fund (GSIF) continues to see significant annual progress. GSIF is a student-managed investment fund that gives members a realistic asset management experience. As of January 2022, the value of the fund sat at $1,135,000. In March

Jay Ritter

Fact-checking Fried, DeSantis claims about Florida’s investments in Russia

Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter contributed his expertise to this PolitiFact investigation into what could be done to withdraw Florida’s investment in Russia-backed entities. PolitiFact learned that the process by which Florida could begin to divest state funds from Russian-based entities

Sylvia and Howard McNulty

College mourns the loss of alumnus and supporter C. Howard McNulty

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – With sadness, the Warrington College of Business shares the loss of C. Howard McNulty, alumnus and Warrington College of Business supporter. McNulty passed away on March 28 at the age of 86. Originally from Melbourne, Florida, McNulty

Ted Kury

Fact check: False claim that a 1997 boycott lowered gas prices by 30 cents a gallon in one day

Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury shares his insights to help debunk a recent Facebook post claiming that a ‘gas out’ in April 1997 caused gas prices to dip by 30 cents a gallon overnight.  Read

Charles Carmakal speaks to students in the Scarola Auditorium.

An expert shares best practices for preventing cybersecurity attacks

Cyber, ransomware and hack attacks are, unfortunately, commonplace today, disrupting operations at organizations of all sizes, from school districts, to manufacturers, small businesses, medical centers and government entities. Now, the White House has issued warnings that Russia may be preparing

Aaron Hill

How Conflicts of Interest Are Hurting the Climate

The influence of money and corporations in the federal government is a “growing problem,” said Aaron D. Hill, associate professor of management at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business. Nearly one in eight stock trades by members of