Young alumnus recognized for significant contributions

Alumnus Cameron Pennant (BS Management ’15) became one of five Florida State University graduates to win the Reubin O’D. Askew Young Alumni Award by the Florida State University Alumni Association.

GMAT now optional for all business master’s programs

The Florida State University College of Business still accepts but no longer requires GMAT scores for admission into all its master’s programs.

Achievements reflect ‘unwavering commitment to student success’

The Florida State University College of Business celebrates continued student and faculty achievement amid updated rankings that keep two of its acclaimed undergraduate programs in the Top 10 among public schools.

Flying high: Major gift names director, sparks student success

A $525,000 gift from alumnus Christopher Iansiti, chair of the FSU Foundation Board of Trustees, and his partner, Michael A. Fornaro, establishes the Christopher E. Iansiti Endowed Directorship in the college’s Center for Professional Success.

McCullough promotion highlights myriad faculty, staff changes, additions

Kathleen McCullough has been promoted to senior associate dean for academic affairs in the Florida State University College of Business.
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New Board of Governors chair outlines her goals

Donna Abood fondly recalls her time as a student in the Florida State University College of Business. She reflects on moving to Tallahassee from St. Petersburg as an 18-year-old, unsure of her new environment but immediately delighting in the commitment of faculty members, the success of students and the warmth of the campus community.

Accounting researcher says diversity influences retention, quality

A new study from a Florida State University College of Business researcher finds that firms with greater gender and ethnic diversity retain more accountants and produce better audits.

$1M gift names the Cheezem Family Landing/Undergraduate Collaboration Commons in Legacy Hall

The developer of some of the most impactful projects in Pinellas County and bustling downtown St. Petersburg has made, with his spouse, a gift to help the Florida State University College of Business soar to increasingly new heights.

Inside a college Board of Governors meeting and another gift from two Alumni Hall of Fame members

Former board members and chairs Mark and Nan Hillis, both college alumni Hall of Fame members and retired banking executives, gifted $50,000 in April to establish the Mark and Nan Casper Hillis Professional Development Endowment for Excellence in Real Estate.

Alumnus makes second major gift to Legacy Hall

Excited by “shovels in the ground,” an alumnus and major supporter of the Florida State University College of Business decided to deepen his effort toward building something exceptional and transformational.