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Aaron Hill

Management faculty member’s paper among ‘most significant’ in human resources

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A research paper by Associate Professor of Management Aaron Hill was named among the finalists for the prestigious 2022 Scholarly Achievement Award from the Academy of Management’s Human Resources Division. The Scholarly Achievement Award is presented to

Candan Erenguc

Young Alumni Spotlight: Candan Erenguc

A. Candan Erenguc (BSBA ’00, MS-ISOM ’00) was recently appointed Chief Operating Officer at Anthropologie. With more than 20 years of experience holding various positions in operations and management, including Chief Supply Chain Officer at Away, Chief Revenue Officer at

Robyn Crawford

Warrington staff member’s small business awarded Backing Black Business Grant

Congratulations to Management Communication Center Office Manager and owner of Eden Books Robyn Crawford for being awarded a $10K Backing Black Business Grant from ReimagineMainStreet and their partners Black Girl Ventures, U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., Walkerslegacy, Meta, 1863 Ventures, African

David Habib stands in a warehouse with an American flag behind him.

Sauce is the secret for young entrepreneur with an ‘old soul’

Starting out with just a dream in his parents’ kitchen, David Habib’s (BSBA ’14, MIB ’15) star has risen like a rocket in the food industry. Read more about Habib and his Clearwater business, Yo Mama’s Foods, which makes pasta, pizza

UF DBA Spotlight: Nichole Wiley-Marks

Nichole Wiley-Marks currently serves as the Vice President & Head of Sales Operations at Included Health, a company that specializes in the virtual healthcare industry. With a Bachelor of Science in Marketing & Marketing Distribution Management from Indiana University and

Tanya Sanders

Engineering a business executive

Tanya Sanders’ love for math and science started at an early age. She always had a natural interest in the fields, but one particular experience solidified her passion. Around the second or third grade, Sanders participated in her school’s science

American flag and MIA POW flag on a flag pole in front of a large tower. Small badge on the right that reads Best Online Programs US News & World Report Veterans MBA Programs 2022 #1

UF MBA Online named No. 1 program for veterans by US News

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Veterans interested in furthering their education through a graduate business degree need look no further than UF MBA for a top-ranked, affordable and accessible program. As ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s “2022 Best Online MBA

A group of about 30 students pose for a photo inside Hough Hall.

UF MBA students hone inclusive leadership skills at first diversity, inclusion conference

The first-ever UF MBA Diversity & Inclusion Conference was a fun and informative half-day event for full-time MBA students to connect, engage, and deepen our understanding of today’s most relevant diversity, equity and inclusion topics. The idea for this conference

Adriana Alises Menendez

How this food and resource economics alumna benefitted from the Master of International Business

Adriana Alises Menendez (MIB ’20) is the current International Operations Director for author and international executive coach John Spence. She shares why she decided to join the Master of International Business (MIB) program, her advice to other food and resource

Graduation Spotlight: Carly Voytecek

While spending a summer interning at Citi during her time as an undergraduate student, Carly Voytecek many other UF Warrington College of Business graduates who all had the same advice – enroll in the Master of Science in Information Systems