April 2021 Wire Articles: page 1

Cheryl Cook

Leading the Next Generation

As a young girl, Cheryl Cook watched her father, a NASA engineer, working many Apollo missions. This ignited in her a great passion for technology, a passion that would drive her to study computer science at the University of Florida,

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Strong performance for UF MBA in latest US News ranking, despite pandemic

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In spite of a volatile year with plenty of challenges for higher education, UF MBA at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business held onto its strong position on U.S. News & World Report’s “2022 Best

Amber Yoo

How can a business education help you run a plastic surgery practice?

Andy Lord: So, tell me about San Diego. I guess Ron Burgundy would say, “Stay classy, San Diego.” Amber Yoo: Yes. [Laughing] Lord: We Are Warrington is a new podcast that helps young business leaders discover what is possible by highlighting

Brett Adcock and Adam Goldstein

UF Warrington alumni taking intracity travel to new heights

Adam Goldstein (BSBA ’01) and Brett Adcock (BSBA ’08) are what you might call serial problem solvers. Over the decade they have been working together, the duo has built multiple businesses that endeavor to overcome challenges in our world. Their

UF Warrington student Caleigh Molner is using AI and analytics to help a global business

Using AI and analytics to solve business problems

After graduating from the University of Florida with my Bachelor of Science in Statistics in May 2020, I was eager to continue my education and expand my business knowledge. When I found out that UF’s Master of Science in Information

Jim Richardson poses with his mentees

A lifetime of impact

Ask Jim Richardson’s former students about their professor, and they all rave about the same qualities. His lectures were engaging, his coursework helped them learn, and his career advice helped them make important decisions. But the one thing they all

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Community banks a key resource for small businesses when crises arise

The American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion stimulus package introduced by the Biden Administration, recently received Congress’ approval. The stimulus package, like its two predecessors aimed at providing relief for individuals and businesses hindered by the COVID-19 pandemic, includes another

Saby Mitra, Kim Kaupe, Fiona Barnes, Cameron MacMillan and Rachelle Antoine.

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

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With great power comes…benefits and costs?

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Power is often necessary for employees to succeed in their workplace. But as the famous saying goes, “With great power comes great responsibility.” New research from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business finds that feeling

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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