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Yiduo Shao

Management Ph.D. student awarded grant for dissertation on the aging workforce

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Yiduo Shao, a Ph.D. candidate in the management department at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business, is among the recipients of the Society for Human Resource (SHRM) Foundation Dissertation Grant Award. As part of her

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Rankings Roundup: How Warrington performed in 2020-2021

Over the 2020-2021 academic year, a time disrupted by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Warrington College of Business received several top rankings from leading publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times and The Economist. The

Remy Jennings, Dong Hyun Shin, Jim Parrino and Yiduo Shao pose for a photo with their teaching awards from Warrington.

Three management PhD students honored with teaching awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Ph.D. students Remy Jennings (Ph.D. ’22), Yiduo Shao (Ph.D. ’22) and Dong Hyun Shin (Ph.D. ’21) were awarded Warrington College of Business Ph.D. Teaching Awards for their teaching efforts in the spring 2020 semester.  The award is

Amanda Phalin

Despite country falling short of Biden’s vaccination goal, travel in full swing for holiday weekend

Senior Lecturer Amanda Phalin comments on how improvements in the economy and a rebound in travel are tied to more people getting vaccinated against COVID-19.  “Our public health and our economic health are linked,” Phalin said in this WFTV 9

Mo Wang

Management professor elected to Academia Europaea

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Mo Wang, Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business, has been elected to join the Academia Europaea as a Foreign Member in the section of economics, business and management sciences. Similar to

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Beauty before skills? How attractiveness helps in the hiring process, but confidence is king.

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Think back to your last job interview in which you didn’t get hired. What were some of the reasons you told yourself you didn’t land the job? Maybe you struggled during the interview or you didn’t possess

Brian Swider

There May Be More to First Impressions Than You Realize

A new comprehensive look at first impressions from Brian Swider, Beth Ayers McCague Family Fellowship Associate Professor, shows why yours might be wrong. Learn about the four fundamental elements of a first impression and what makes a valid first impression

Brian Swider

For some on unemployment, end of federal benefits a sore subject

As a federal unemployment program is slated to end soon, people have been lining up lately to get into a Gainesville office that helps people find work. But Brian Swider, Beth Ayers McCague Family Fellowship Associate Professor, says he suspects that many

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When rudeness becomes a matter of life or death

Have you ever been cut off in traffic by another driver, leaving you still seething miles later? Or been interrupted by a colleague in a meeting, and found yourself replaying the event in your head even after you’ve left work

Joyce Bono

Returning to the office? Experts share advice to reduce stress and anxiety for work transition

W.A. McGriff, III Professor of Management Joyce Bono shares how employers can make the transition back into the office easier for employees.  See her tips in this story from ABC Action News Tampa Bay.