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Second annual Heavener International Case Competition a success

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener International Case Competition honored Corvinus University of Budapest as the winner of the second annual event that took place from February 5-11, 2017. Corvinus emerged out of a 20-team field that traveled to Gainesville from all over the world to compete. Joining them in the

Heavener School wins 2017 Champions Trophy Case Competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A team of four Heavener School students won the Champions Trophy Case Competition on Jan. 29-Feb. 4 in Auckland, New Zealand. It was the University of Florida’s second time winning the competition in the last three years. Simone Benscher, Connor Boles, Mateo Galvis, and Amanda Rorabaugh came

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Heavener School takes second place in international case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A team of four students from the Heavener School of Business finished in second place at the Thammasat Undergraduate Business Challenge (TUBC) on Oct. 4-8 at Thammasat University in Bangkok. Heavener students Anthony Cofrancesco, Mary Polidan, Sherman Wilhelm, and Sarah Winter were tasked with finding a solution

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Measuring your inner self

If you were to paint a self-portrait, would it accurately depict your appearance? Like artists, job seekers have a similar challenge. In a job interview, you must understand who you are in order to properly convey your strengths and intentions. In other words, “Know yourself so you can portray yourself.”

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Heavener School of Business rises in US News rankings

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener School of Business improved to No. 17 among U.S. public undergraduate business programs in U.S. News & World Report’s “2017 Best Colleges” edition released Tuesday. The Heavener School, which ranked 18th among publics last year, also climbed two spots to No. 27 among all U.S.

Matthew Schnur, Kelsey Noris, David Nassau, Distinction in Leadership and Service Award

Heavener seniors honored for their leadership and service

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Senior David Nassau, Kelsey Noris and Matthew Schnur received the Heavener School of Business’s Distinction in Leadership and Service Award. The Award recognizes graduating seniors “who have excelled in serving and leading others within the Warrington College of Business and University of Florida community, and have demonstrated

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Heavener School adds three exceptional students to Hall of Fame

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Joey Couture, Luis Franco and Cara Grandstaff, seniors at the Heavener School of Business, were inducted into the Heavener Hall of Fame. The Heavener Hall of Fame is reserved for undergraduate business students who have shown truly superior leadership and achievement through their activities and scholarship while

Emily Lunn, Abdul-Kader Okab, Kaitlyn Czencz, Presidential Service Awards

Warrington trio receive honor for exceptional community service

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Warrington students Kaitlyn Czencz, Emily Lunn and Abdul-Kader Okab were recipients of the University of Florida’s 2016 Presidential Service Awards on March 29 at the President’s House. The Presidential Service Awards, awarded by UF’s Center for Leadership & Service, recognize students who have dedicated their time and

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UF MBA Director to lead Heavener School of Business

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Dr. Alex Sevilla, who has guided UF MBA at the Hough Graduate School of Business to its place among the nation’s premier MBA programs, has been named Associate Dean and Director of the Heavener School of Business. Dr. Sevilla replaces Dr. Brian Ray, who announced his intention

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Heavener School ranks among nation’s top 25 public undergraduate business schools

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Heavener School of Business ranked 24th among the nation’s top public undergraduate business schools in Bloomberg Businessweek’s “2016 Best Undergraduate Business Schools” released today. The Heavener School, which ranked 58th overall, was one of only two schools from the state of Florida to appear in the