Warrington in the News Articles: page 1

It’s no secret that Warrington faculty are internationally renowned for their innovative research. The media looks to our scholars for insights and impactful news. See below where our faculty are featured in the news.

Brian Swider

According to some studies 75% of people have experienced burnout. This episode of Highbrow Drivel talks with Brian Swider, Beth Ayers McCague Family Fellowship Associate Professor, and a comedian who used to be a social worker to get to the bottom of what burnout is, why it happens, whether it’s on the rise and a much more.

What is burnout and why does it happen?

Highbrow Drivel
Min-Hsuan Tu, Elisabeth Gilbert, and Joyce Bono.

Joyce Bono, W.A. McGriff, III Professor, and Ph.D. graduates Min-Hsuan Tu (Ph.D. ’19) and Elisabeth Gilbert (Ph.D. ’19) share research-backed tips that help boost confidence in hiring interviews, even for those who don’t meet traditional standards of beauty.

Five-minute trick can help reduce the 'beauty premium' in hiring interviews

The Gainesville Sun
Century Tower with the UF MBA logo

Considering an MBA? Learn more about what Online MBA programs and Executive MBA programs have to offer from admissions requirements, program schedules, cost, and personal learning style preferences.

Online MBA versus executive MBA: How the programs compare

Fortune
Ted Kury

The dismal state of power in Hurricane Ida’s wake is a distressingly familiar scenario for Entergy Corp. Louisiana’s largest electrical utility has grappled with other widespread outages after numerous previous hurricanes. Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury explains how upgrades will cost customers more.

Hurricane Ida turns spotlight on Louisiana power grid issues

ABC News
One of the less flooded steets in downtown New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury explains why burying power lines isn’t always the best solution when it comes to protecting electric grids from storms.

Can burying power lines protect storm-wracked electric grids? Not always.

The Conversation
Ted Kury

Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury explains why institutional climate action plans are necessary to understanding the impact that a transition to a less-intrusive environmental footprint has on the way colleges and universities serve their communities.

Challenges and Opportunities of Climate Action Plans at Educational Institutions

US Energy Association
Mark Jamison

Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor Mark Jamison explains why it’s critical for Florida to manage any part of the $65 billion in funding it may receive for broadband development that’s currently included in the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill in order to support those that don’t currently have broadband access, like those in marginalized or rural communities.

Floridians can’t afford to waste the broadband dollars Congress will send our way

The Gainesville Sun
Ted Kury

Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury explains how Tesla’s plan could make them a unique player in the market and how regulators will need to weigh the implications of such a move.

 

 

Tesla plan to sell electricity in Texas would cut out the 'middleman'

Utility Dive
Ted Kury

Public Utility Research Center Director of Energy Studies Ted Kury shares how long he thinks it will take to fully restore power in Louisiana after Hurricane Ida as well as factors that could complicate power restoration.

Transmission tower destroyed by Ida likely to complicate power restoration in New Orleans, experts say

Utility Dive
Gabriel Pundrich

In mergers and acquisitions, it takes more than low interest rates and a healthy stock market to get a deal done. New research from Assistant Professor Gabriel Pundrich pinpoints three unapparent behaviors.

3 hidden forces driving the M&A market

MIT Sloan | Ideas Made to Matter