February 2022 Wire Articles: page 1

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Partners on the path to success

Alex and Kim Abreu’s paths to college can both be described as a humble dirt road – not always smooth and requiring more effort to arrive at the final destination. As first-generation college students, both Alex and Kim note the

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UF MBA sets new program highs in placement

Students graduating from the UF MBA Full-Time program in May 2021 set new career placement records for the program. Placement rates for students accepting jobs at graduation (91.3%) and accepting jobs within three months of graduation (97.8%) are the highest

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UF Warrington among US News’ leaders in online education

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – In line with the University of Florida’s ascension to the top 5 public schools in the nation, the UF Warrington College of Business’ online programs have been ranked among the best by U.S. News & World Report.

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How to be a good coworker

Enjoying your job stems from more than just the work you do. Anyone who’s experienced having a great coworker or having a not-so-great coworker can attest to how critical it is to have positive relationships with the people you spend

3 top finance textbooks share the same home – UF’s Warrington College of Business

What do some of the world’s leading finance textbooks have in common? Besides critical lessons on topics ranging from financial management to investments to real estate valuation and a majority of the market share on academic finance literature, these textbooks

Asoo Vakharia

Untangling the knots in the supply chain

Disruptions in the supply chain have impacted consumers’ ability to get a wide range of products, from couches to milk. Asoo Vakharia, the McClatchy professor and director of the Supply Chain Management Center, explains what’s happening, what consumers can do