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Ethics team takes fourth in regional competition, qualifies for nationals

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Warrington College of Business’ Ethics Case Competition Team finished fourth at the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl on Saturday. The team’s impressive finish qualified Warrington for the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl on Feb. 26, 2017, in Dallas. The competition’s winner, Lynchburg College (Va.), as well as

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Warrington students win essay contest at ethics case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Warrington students Alex Maller and Megan Towzey won the essay competition of the 14th Annual Collegiate Ethics Case Competition on Oct. 20-22 at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management. For their winning submission, Maller and Towzey were awarded the Stephanie Chance “Bright Line” Award, which

First-year students flourish in ethics case competition

The Warrington Welcome Ethics Case Competition, hosted by the Business Ethics Ambassadors (BEAs), is more than a competition. It’s an opportunity for first-year students to be exposed to the business ethics and help acclimate themselves to the Warrington College of Business. Here’s how Warrington students prepared for the competition Oct.

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Measuring your inner self

If you were to paint a self-portrait, would it accurately depict your appearance? Like artists, job seekers have a similar challenge. In a job interview, you must understand who you are in order to properly convey your strengths and intentions. In other words, “Know yourself so you can portray yourself.”

Steve Weiss

Ethics in the Job Search

Steve Weiss’ (BSBA ’80) definition for ethics is simple: “Try to do the right thing in every situation.” It’s an approach not only for business professionals, but also for students about to begin their careers. Weiss, an Executive Vice President and Corporate Ombudsman at CACI International, offered advice to Warrington

Ethics scholars named Affiliate Faculty at Bob Graham Center

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Drs. Michelle Darnell and Brian Ray, Co-Directors of the Elizabeth B. & William F. Poe, Sr. Center for Business Ethics Education and Research, were appointed as Affiliate Faculty at UF’s Bob Graham Center for Public Service. The Graham Center’s Affiliate Faculty are chosen because of their record

Brian Ray

Heavener School director to step down, continue focus on leadership and ethics education

Dr. Brian Ray has announced that he will step down as Associate Dean and Director of the Heavener School of Business at the conclusion of the 2016 Spring semester. Dr. Ray will continue his role as a Lecturer in Leadership and Ethics, and will become Co-Director of the College’s Elizabeth

Liangfei Qiu and Michelle Darnell

Innovative teaching methods in ethics, big data earn professors notable honor

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Management Lecturer Dr. Michelle Darnell and Dr. Liangfei Qiu, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, were recipients of the 2015 Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology Award. The award is given annually to the Warrington College of Business professor(s) whose teaching best

William F. Poe

College mourns loss of devoted alumnus

The Warrington community suffered the loss of one of its greatest supporters Thursday when William F. Poe (BSBA ’53) passed away at the age of 82. Poe, who served as the Mayor of Tampa from 1974 to 1979, supported the College’s programs and activities for more than 30 years. His

Heavener team places second at national business ethics case competition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – John Bryan and Rachel Chang, seniors at the Heavener School of Business at the Warrington College of Business Administration, placed second at the Collegiate Ethics Case Competition held Oct. 25-27 at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management. The duo also placed first in the essay