Fisher School of Accounting Articles: page 1

Greg Rosica

The entrepreneur’s consultant

As a young man, Greg Rosica (BSAc ’86, MAcc ’88) spent a lot of time in his orthodontist’s Boca Raton office. Not only did he have braces twice, in high school, he also worked in the office after school helping

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Fisher honors outstanding students at annual award banquet

Hallie Neal (MAcc ’24) was named the Chrislynn Freed Master of Accounting Outstanding Student of the Year at the Fisher School of Accounting Spring Awards Banquet on April 16 at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center. The award is

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10 University of Florida business graduate programs ranked among the best in the nation by Eduniversal

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Warrington College of Business proudly shares the latest rankings of several of its graduate business degree programs as some of the best in the United States according to a trusted international publication. On

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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

Sonia Singh, Megan Mocko, Emily Overend and Debra Marcum.

Introducing Warrington’s 2023-2024 teaching, advising award winners

The University of Florida Warrington College of Business proudly announces the latest faculty and staff recognized for their excellence in teaching and advising students across the college’s undergraduate and graduate programs. Megan Mocko is the recipient of the Undergraduate Teaching

Tim Peterson

Sowing the seeds of success

Tim Peterson (BSAc ’85, MBA ‘87) was always in a rush to get through school, but not because he didn’t like it. He couldn’t wait to learn more. Peterson skipped the third grade and did his senior year of high

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5 things to know before filing your 2023 taxes in 2024

With tax season looming, we spoke with the Certified Public Accountants at Warrington alumni-led Wolfson CPA Firm about some helpful information that you should know before filing your personal or business tax returns this year. Read on for important insights

Gary McGill holding an award with two representatives from the American Accounting Association

McGill honored for lifetime contributions to accounting education by premier accounting organization

Gary McGill, Senior Associate Dean of the Warrington College of Business, Director of the Fisher School of Accounting and Director of the Hough Graduate School of Business was awarded the Jim Benjamin Lifetime Service Award at the February meeting of

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Fisher students compete in FanTAXtic case competition

A team of sophomore students from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business took on the FanTAXtic Deloitte Case Competition in January. Vickie Lu (BSAc ’26), Sandra La Rosa (BSAc ’26), Sophia Morrissey (BSAc ’26) and Gustavo Jimenez (BSAc

Bobby Carnes

How Financial Statement Fraud Affects People’s Desire to Become Accountants

Fisher School of Accounting Assistant Professor Bobby Carnes spoke with the Council of Institutional Investors (CII) about his research that finds that financial fraud plays a unique role in attracting students to the field of accounting and other business disciplines.