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Heavener students honored with prestigious awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  The Heavener School of Business inducted two new students into the Heavener Hall of Fame and awarded four of students with the Distinction in Leadership and Service Award at its annual Heavener Leaders Awards Banquet on April 25. Kristiana Caine and John Goracke were the latest Heavener

Michael Cizek

Warrington: A College Focused on More Than Academics

By Michael Cizek Ever wonder about the difference between a college and a university? A university requires students to take broad academic coursework, giving the pupil a “universal” educational experience. That’s why it’s called a university. Cool, huh? But a college focuses specifically on applicable coursework. That’s why the Warrington

Michael Donohoe, Candan Erenguc and Juliane Iannarelli

Warrington graduates honored as Outstanding Young Alumni by UF

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  Three graduates of the University of Florida Warrington College of Business were recently honored by the UF Alumni Association as 2018 Outstanding Young Alumni. Juliane Iannarelli, Michael Donohoe and Candan Erenguc are three of 30 University of Florida alumni who received this year’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award

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Heavener School honors students and faculty at annual banquet

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  The Heavener School of Business honored a number of students and faculty at the Student and Faculty Awards Banquet hosted in April. The Heavener School annually recognizes excellence among its faculty and Ph.D. students for teaching, student organizations and advisors. The Heavener School is proud to recognize

Heavener School recognized by AACSB International for Innovation in Leadership Development

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  In response to rapid global change, business schools are no longer educating students about the ways of the world, they are educating them for a world that does not yet exist. Bold and innovative approaches to leadership development are key to their success. The Heavener School of

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International teams compete at successful third annual Heavener International Case Competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Twenty teams of undergraduate students traveled to the Heavener School of Business at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business February 11-17 for the third annual Heavener International Case Competition. Teams from the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Middle East competed for the

Heavener School students recognized on Poets & Quants’ 2018 Best & Brightest

Heavener School of Business students Chrisford Bélizaire and Abigail Fielding were named among Poets & Quants’ 2018 Best & Brightest. Read more from Chrisford and Abigail about their time at the Heavener School.

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Warrington alumnus offered $300,000 deal on Shark Tank

Alfonso Tejada decided to apply to be on Shark Tank in the summer of 2017, hoping he’d be selected sometime to pitch his product to the “sharks.” He was shocked to hear back from producers the next day. “I thought they weren’t going to be interested in my product, but

Taylor Williams

Want your business to be more productive? Try improv.

Taylor Williams (BABA ’05) has long considered herself a business-minded individual, but with a creative spark. “My dad was a small business owner, so I’ve had that background, but I am a very creative person,” she said. “I feel like I’ve always had both sides to me.” Growing up in

Crystal McDuffy & Justin Schlakman

UF Warrington students place in the top at ethics case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. –  Warrington College of Business students Crystal McDuffy and Justin Schlakman won the top spot in their division at the Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition at Stetson University, as well as placing third overall in the competition. McDuffy, a junior marketing student, and Schlakman, a junior combined undergraduate