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2019 New Year’s Resolutions: 12 entrepreneurial ways to help change the world in 12 months

By Jamie Kraft, Director, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center As you kick off the new year with new goals, many of which center around losing weight, saving money, or being nice to others, you might also consider strengthening your entrepreneurial mindset. These 12 approaches, based on research in the marketplace by Dr. Michael Morris, et al., will help you to achieve that goal. Try addressing a new one each month. 1. Identify new opportunities Every big problem is an opportunity…scan your

Rethinking dentistry from the mind of an entrepreneur

By Walker Flynn, MSE ’18 Can you teach entrepreneurship? Can you create and inspire a drive in people that lights a fire in them to build something? These are the questions I kept asking myself last year as I pondered which graduate program I would apply for. As a member of a small family business with big aspirations, time is money, and anywhere I went to school meant a year away from my business. My family and I own a

UF Warrington announces three online specialized master’s degree programs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida is expanding three of its specialized master’s degree programs to include fully online versions. Starting in the fall of 2019, students can pursue a Master of Science in Management, Master of International Business or Master of Science in Entrepreneurship from anywhere in the world. A long-time leader in online education, the Warrington College of Business was one of the first schools to offer a fully accredited online

Building strong businesses through design

In honor of National Women’s Small Business Month this October, Thomas S. Johnson Master of Science in Entrepreneurship student Caroline Staniski writes about how she’s building her graphic design business with the knowledge she’s gained from the Warrington College of Business.   By Caroline Staniski “Good design is good business.” This is a quote from one of my favorite businesspeople, former CEO of IBM, Thomas Watson. When it comes to graphic designers, most fall into either one of two categories.

The opportunity to grow beyond yourself

By Stefani Harrison The Entrepreneurship and Empowerment in South Africa (EESA) Program is the hardest study abroad trip I ever pursued and has made the most meaningful impact on my life. For 20 years, Professor Michael Morris has put together this program that turns students into business consultants and works to bring the businesses of historically disadvantaged entrepreneurs in South Africa to the next level. Undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Florida, University of Colorado, Texas A&M, Oklahoma

Five Hough master’s programs rank in top five among publics

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Programs across the Hough Graduate School of Business at the University of Florida Warrington College of Business once again remained in the top five among public institutions in the 2018 edition of Eduniversal’s Best Master’s Ranking. For the second year, the Master of Science in Management took the No. 1 position among U.S. publics, and UF MBA’s Full-Time program remained in the No. 5 spot. The Nathan S. Collier Master of Science in Real Estate was named

Warrington combined degree options allow students to graduate with more than a bachelor’s degree

A degree from the Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida helps students stand out in a competitive job market. Warrington’s combined degree options allow students to take their college experience a step further by obtaining a bachelor’s and master’s degree, while also saving them time and money, and becoming even more competitive candidates for positions across the nation and world. Read more from four students who have made the transition from the Heavener School of Business to

Warrington combined degrees: Master of Science in Entrepreneurship

Master of Science in Entrepreneurship (MSE) student Carolina Borroto answers questions about what it’s like to be a combined-degree student, what she’s learned in her master’s program and making the transition from the Heavener School of Business to the Hough Graduate School of Business.   Q. What was your major as an undergraduate student? A. “My major was business administration with a pre-law specialization.” Q. Why did you decide to pursue your undergraduate major? A. “When I first toured UF as a

Trip to Silicon Valley inspires student entrepreneur to appreciate the entrepreneurial journey

By Jake Easterling My name is Jake Easterling, and I am from Melbourne, Florida. I am a double Gator with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, and I’m pursuing a master’s degree in entrepreneurship. Following the career paths of both my dad and older brother, I enrolled in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida in 2013. Once in the program, I fell in love with building products. I remember being enamored by an AM

2018 Gator100 Winners | February 2018

The Gator100 honors the 100 fastest-growing, Gator-owned or Gator-led businesses in the world. It serves not only as a setting where UF’s elite entrepreneurs can gather and share their talents and wisdom, but as an inspiration to fellow Gators to be a part of this exclusive group. Companies owned or led by Warrington alumni accounted for more than one-third of the list in 2018. Below are a complete list of companies owned or led by Warrington alumni on the 2018