Capstone Case Competition Team Sails Away with Top Prize

Capstone Case Competition Team Sails Away with Top Prize

Attention to detail proved to be the winning formula for team Smooth Sailing Consulting at the Great Capstone Case Competition at UCF College of Business Administration on Friday. From an informed presentation that showed a strong understanding of the MasterCraft boating brand all the way to the brochure they created for their proposed “elite luxury […]

Snaith: Re-election Fears Will Drive Tax Reform Passage

The tax reform fuse is lit, but if it isn’t signed into law before the end of the year, University of Central Florida economist Sean Snaith says, more than a few in the Republican-held Congress could be looking for work after the midterm elections. “Reelection is the motivation that I maintain will eventually lead to […]

Ravago Entrepreneurial Hub Opens at UCF's College of Business

Business Dean Paul Jarley joined Ravago Holdings America president and CEO Jim Duffy on Thursday to celebrate the dedication of the new Ravago Entrepreneurial Hub at UCF College of Business, where students can launch and grow their businesses. Ravago Holdings America is headquartered in Orlando and is a part of the Ravago group, a multinational […]

Business Alumni, Partners to be Honored at 2018 Hall of Fame Gala

The UCF College of Business Administration will honor three alumni and present other awards at its 19th annual Business Hall of Fame gala Feb. 20. More than 600 alumni, faculty, students, corporate partners and friends of UCF are expected to attend the annual event that honors the college’s most distinguished alumni and partners. Guests will […]

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A Graduation Story

More than 4,500 UCF students graduated during December 15-16 commencement ceremonies. The anticipated graduates include 3,712 who filed intents to receive bachelor’s degrees, 810 for master’s degrees, four for education specialist degrees and 65 for doctoral degrees. With this week’s graduations, UCF will have awarded more than 225,000 degrees since classes began in 1968.