November 2022 Wire Articles: page 1

Hurricane Ian destroyed homes in Florida residential area. Natural disaster and its consequences.

UF Warrington alumna provides disaster relief after Hurricane Ian

On September 28, Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida. Countless communities were devastated by the storm’s fury. Even now, a month later, people are reeling in the wake of destruction and trying to figure out what to do next.

Steve Raney

Lessons in leadership

When Steve Raney (BSBA ’88, MBA ’99) first came to the University of Florida, he thought that law school would be his next step upon completing his bachelor’s degree. One semester working in the UF Law library, though, was enough

Jerome Fulton Jr.

Using the past to create a better future

Jerome Fulton Jr. (BSAc ‘15) isn’t afraid of hard work. Driven by past experiences and his hopes for the future, Fulton Jr. pursues his goals with determination and tenacity. At a young age, Fulton Jr. tragically lost both of his

Susan Torres

Seas to Sales: How an MBA is helping a Naval Officer achieve her goals

Lieutenant Susan E. Torres always knew she wanted to serve her country. Growing up, she listened to her grandfather’s stories about being a Naval Officer, sailing on the open sea, and was inspired to follow in his footsteps. Torres grew

A large group of students stand at the front of a classroom giving a presentation to a large audience

MSF program No. 6 in the nation, according to QS

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The William R. Hough Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program remained in the nation’s top 10 graduate finance programs on QS’ 2023 Master’s in Finance Rankings. For the fourth consecutive year, the MSF program was named