July 2022 Wire Articles: page 1

Group photo of students in the UT-Austin Incubator classroom

Entrepreneurship students visit with the stars of Austin’s entrepreneurial scene

In recent years, more and more companies have made the eastward move from the tech hubs of California to Texas. The state’s capital city, Austin, has become a popular new home for established businesses, startups and venture capital firms. Twenty-seven

John Janick

A champion for headliners

Growing up with a father who worked as a doctor, John Janick (BSBA ’01) initially thought he should follow in his dad’s footsteps and pursue the pre-med track as a freshman at the University of Florida. However, a week or

Economist UF MBA Full-Time No. 1 Alumnus Rating of Career Service No. 2 Open New Career Opportunities

Economist: UF MBA Full-Time among the best for career services and opportunities

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida’s Full-Time MBA has topped the list of programs offering the best career services and career opportunities according to the 2022 WhichMBA? Full-Time Rankings from The Economist. The ranking is calculated based on the experiences

Cartoon alligator wearing a hat and reading a book while lounging in a hammock in front of a lake.

Your 2022 summer reading list

Faculty and staff across the Warrington College of Business selected their recommendations for books to read this summer. See their selections and what you’ll get out of reading each in the list below. What I Wish I Knew When I

Nathaniel Keyek-Franssen stands in front of the Boeing Starliner on a launchpad at Kennedy Space Center.

Launching into the future of spaceflight

Nathaniel Keyek-Franssen’s interest in aerospace engineering started when he was a kid, from building model rockets and planes to watching planes at his local airport, and has only grown since then. With years of engineering education and plenty of determination,

Robert Emerson

Management’s Business Law Prof. Robert Emerson testifies before US Senate on proposed franchise legislation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Huber Hurst Professor of Business Law Robert Emerson was invited to give testimony at the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship this March. Emerson was later asked to follow up on his testimony with additional

Four apples - three green and one red - sit in line with a person's hands on one green and one red apple as if trying to make a selection between the two.

Trying to choose which job you should take? Question your intuition.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – When you’re on the job hunt and the market is saturated with opportunities, you may find yourself in the position of having to make a choice between two or more job offers. While making the decision to