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Mike Jones poses for a photo in front of his Cessna plane

Why most airports are poorly managed, with Mike Jones

Airports are missing out on $35 billion in economic impact because they’re not well run – that’s according to pilot, airport management expert and DBA alumnus Mike Jones (DBA ’23). He explains the cause of this underperformance and why the

Bruce Hawthorne

How much do you know of what there is to know?

Bruce Hawthorne (DBA ’22) went for his doctorate in business administration out of curiosity.  After a full career practicing law in a large firm and C-suite roles at three big companies, Hawthorne decided his next phase would be diving into

Ram Jupudy

Theracycle’s Impact on Parkinson’s Therapy: A Beacon of Hope for Millions

Doctor of Business Administration student Ram Jupudy (DBA ’25) is the visionary CEO behind Theracycle, a company reshaping the landscape of Parkinson’s disease therapy, offering new hope and improved quality of life to those grappling with this challenging neurological condition.

Clint Buck

Clint Buck (DBA ’22) | December 2023

Buck (DBA 2022) was named Teacher of the Year for the Accounting and Finance Department at Abilene Christian University. Buck serves as Assistant Dean for Operations at the Abilene Christian University College of Business Administration and is Assistant Professor in

David P. Weber

Pink Collar Crime: A look at the demographic factors in embezzlement

Dr. David P. Weber, professor at the Perdue School of Business and University of Florida Doctor of Business Administration graduate, shares his insight on corporate crime and severity of embezzlement as predicted by demographic variables.  Listen to Weber discuss his

David P. Weber

Inequality in embezzlement

Dr. David P. Weber, a professor at the Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University and former Assistant Inspector General for Investigations at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, recently successfully defended his dissertation at the University of Florida Warrington

Two people talking via Zoom with text below their video screens that reads, Tracking the growing trend of nations holding cryptocurrencies.

Tracking the growing trend of nations holding cryptocurrencies

Morgan Creek Capital Co-Founder and General Partner Sachin Jaitly (DBA ’23) explains the trend of governments around the globe holding crypto on CNBC.  His insights are based on his dissertation research, which he completed as part of the University of

Sachin Jaitly

Why nations are adopting Bitcoin as part of their treasury strategy

Dr. Sachin Jaitly is a Co-Founder and General Partner of Morgan Creek Digital and a 2023 graduate of the University of Florida Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) in the Warrington College of Business. In his role at Morgan Creek Digital,

Richard Lutz and Tim Halloran

Professors honored with Journal of Interactive Marketing award

Peter S. Sealey PhD Professor of Marketing Richard Lutz and Georgia Tech’s Tim Halloran (DBA ‘18) were recently presented with the 2021 Journal of Interactive Marketing Best Paper award. The award is given to an article that has made a

Philip Garton

Philip Garton (DBA ’20) | February 2023

Garton (DBA ’20) is Chief Financial Officer at VulcanForms, a MIT-born company that builds and operates advanced digital manufacturing infrastructure.  Garton is a seasoned finance executive with more than three decades of experience at global organizations. As the CFO of