Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management Articles: page 4

Jamillah Khan

Jamillah Khan (MS-ISOM ’21) | July 2019

Khan (MS-ISOM 2021) is an Administrative Support Assistant at UF Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics. “Studying and working at the University of Florida has given me lots of exposure to opportunities and networking!!” she said. Connect with her on LinkedIn.

Aditya Sen

Aditya Sen (MS-ISOM ’18) | July 2019

Sen (MS-ISOM 2018) is a Sales Support Analyst at Brightstar Corp. in Miami. After playing professional cricket in India and serving as captain of the Gator Cricket Team, he is still playing the game today, he said. “In fact, I

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Katherine Clark (MS-ISOM ’19) | July 2019

Clark (MS-ISOM 2019) is Financial Systems Manager at Simplicity Corporation. After graduation, she bought a house, which she has been renovating. “It’s been gratifying to put the work into fixing it up,” she said. “Hope everyone is having a safe

Soheil Fathi

Soheil Fathi (MS ’13, MS-ISOM ’19, Ph.D. ’19) | June 2019

Fathi (MS Engineering 2013, MS-ISOM 2019, Ph.D. 2019) helps Clark Construction Group in managing integrated multi-disciplinary information models of design-construction projects in 4D, virtual and augmented reality. While attending Warrington, he did his PhD in Design, Construction, and Planning at

Laurie Richter Spector

Laurie Richter Spector (BSBA ’99, MS-ISOM ’01, JD ’06, MBA ’10) | June 2019

Spector (BSBA 1999, MS-ISOM 2001, JD 2006, MBA 2010) moved her luxury residential and commercial real estate business to Compass’ Fort Lauderdale office on Las Olas Boulevard. Last year, Spector was the highest producing individual Realtor agent in Broward County

Close up of a hand holding a pencil while filling in bubbles on a standardized test answer sheet

5 reasons why taking the GRE is important for your master’s degree

Applying to graduate school is a lofty task. From writing your personal statement, updating your resume and acquiring letters of recommendation and transcripts, it can be a lot to think about and organize. As you look at the checklist for

Students in the Heavener Leadership Challenge hold up a program sign at Lake Wauburg

Why it’s better being involved

By Christine Haworth, BSBA ’18, MSE ’19 College is a juggling act, between school, family and friend commitments, and the ever-growing need for sleep, it can be a lot. While it might be easy to limit your time on campus

Nelly Wilson

My journey as a Business Gator

By Nelly Wilson, BSBA ’17, MS-ISOM ’19 I arrived as a freshman at the University of Florida in the fall of 2015, enrolled in the Warrington College of Business and excited to craft the next chapter of my life. My

Charles Carmakal speaks to students in the Scarola Auditorium.

Guardian of the Cyber Galaxy

In middle school, Charles Carmakal (BSBA ’02, MS-ISOM ’03) used to be shy about describing himself as a computer nerd. These days, it’s a descriptor he embraces, and one his clients are likely glad is accurate. As Vice President and

Gator Ubiquity Statue

Zoltan Gyulasi (BSBA ’17, MS-ISOM ’18) | March 2019

Gyulasi (BSBA 2017, MS-ISOM 2018) is a Business Technology Analyst at Deloitte. He was named the Actualize Development Program President in 2018.