The Business of Healthcare Summit, scheduled for Jan. 26 at the Augustus B. Turnbull Conference Center, will examine healthcare operations in the state and nation from the perspective of hospitals, private practices, health systems, policy boards and other professional organizations.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush encouraged students in Florida State University’s real estate program to focus on leadership, to take risks, to cultivate their “networking garden” and to be givers instead of takers.
Mirroring a trend at academic institutions throughout the country, the Florida State University College of Business announced that it is moving to a GMAT-optional policy beginning with applications submitted by Oct. 1 for spring entry.
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.
Kathleen McCullough has been promoted to senior associate dean for academic affairs in the Florida State University College of Business.
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The Florida State University College of Business last week enshrined four former faculty members who made such a difference for their students, colleagues and disciplines that they'll now be remembered forever. The inductions of Robert C. Earnest, Dean Gatzlaff, Patrick Pallentino and Pamela Perrewé into the Charles A. Rovetta Faculty Hall of Fame put the crowning touch on the annual Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner and Celebration.
The Florida State University College of Business last month honored 17 faculty and staff members who have championed the college's standards of excellence in service to students and colleagues. The recognitions took place at the college's annual Faculty and Staff Awards Dinner and Ceremony, which culminated with the induction of new members into the Charles A. Rovetta Faculty Hall of Fame.
A pilot program launching this fall will allow students in the Florida State University College of Business to learn in virtual reality, guiding avatars of themselves in digital replicas of the college’s classrooms and setting – specifically those of Legacy Hall, its future home.
Florida State University's MBA specialty in real estate edged up in its ranking among public schools to No. 8, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2024 list of best on-campus graduate programs released today.
James Wood received some big news last fall: He got accepted into one of the College of Business combined pathways, which would allow him to get a head start on a master's degree through graduate-level courses that would count toward both his bachelor's and master's degrees.