Bachelor of Science in Accounting Articles: page 1

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In Memoriam | July 2022

Charles Kerekes | BSBA ’50 | 1925-2022 | Kerekes, of Clearwater, Florida, passed on May 30. Born in Ft. Pierce, Florida, he served in the Navy during WWII as an EOD technician and later graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in

Always risk on

Editor’s note: Sadly, Steve Schnall unexpectedly passed on August 2, 2022. You can view his obituary in The New York Times.  From an early age, Steve Schnall (BSAc ’89) had to learn how to hustle. As one of two sons

Homar Ali with a large KPMG sign

Check out where Heavener students are interning this summer

This summer, students from across the Heavener School of Business gained real-world experience through internships with global and local companies. Internships and externships, where students can gain the same hands-on work experience in a remote learning environment, are a critical

Neil Solomon

Neil Solomon (BSAc ’92) | July 2022

Solomon (BSAc 1992) was recently named President and CEO of PropertyForce, a leader in virtual real estate.  Solomon joined PropertyForce in 2020 and served as President. He has nearly 30 years of finance, operations and sales management experience, including more

Matt Shore

Matt Shore (BSAc ’94, MAcc ’94) | July 2022

Shore (BSAc 1994, MAcc 1994) has been appointed CEO of StevenDouglas, one of the nation’s leading boutique Executive Search and Interim Resource firms.  Shore joined StevenDouglas in 2006, playing an integral role in the company’s significant expansion, and becoming a

Outline of a hand placing a rose down in front of a single candle.

In Memoriam | June 2022

Clarence “CT” Todd | BSAc ’57 | 1932-2022 | Todd, of Jacksonville, Florida, passed on May 7. He found the loves of his life in college, the first one being Betti Gloria, who he later married, and the second one being Gator Football,

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How much could you make if you major in business?

Selecting a major is an important decision for any student in college. The classes, extracurricular activities and internships you complete during this time will help set the stage for your post-graduation career. If business or any of its functions, such

Steve Morrison

Steve Morrison (BSAc ’99, MARE ’01) | May 2022

Morrison (BSAc 1999, MARE 2001) is a Partner and National Director of Audit at CohnReznick, the nation’s 14th largest CPA firm. Recently, he was also named to a PCAOB advisory group that advises on existing standards, proposed standards, potential new

Steve Kiker poses for a photo in front of the Wells Fargo Corporate and Investment Bank trading floor

Operating with a base built on a drive for learning and advancement

Growing up as the son of two teachers, Steve Kiker (BSAc ’95) understood the value of education from an early age. For Kiker, learning wasn’t just about taking in information from textbooks, it was a process based on a drive

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