College of Business faculty and staff members were recognized for their exemplary performance at the 2021 Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony held virtually in mid-April.
It’s hard to believe that I became the sixth dean of Florida State University’s College of Business five years ago today.
Florida State University’s MBA specialty in real estate once again ranks among the Top 10 public programs nationwide, according to U.S. News & World Report’s recently released 2022 list of “Best Graduate Schools.”
An award-winning real estate expert with more than three decades of industry experience will be the next executive director of the Florida State University Real Estate Center.
The National African-American Insurance Association (NAAIA) Florida, which is dedicated to building a membership representing every sector of the insurance industry, has committed to making a $660,000 endowed gift to the College of Business to establish the NAAIA Florida Endowed Scholarship in Risk Management/Insurance.
The Florida State University College of Business secured several Top 10 spots among public schools nationwide on U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 rankings of online master’s degrees and MBA specialties.
Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed a healthy and relaxing holiday season with family and friends. Despite the ongoing challenges brought on by the pandemic, a new year brings new hope, new energy and renewed excitement for what lies ahead.
A new College of Business Anti-Racism, Diversity and Inclusion Task Force will engage the college community in open dialogue about these critical issues. Initiated by the college’s leadership, the group’s goals are to identify sources of systemic racism and increase diversity.
Florida State University’s undergraduate business and engineering programs reach new heights in the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings, which were based on peer assessments.
The Florida State University College of Business moved closer to its goal of achieving a Top 25 ranking among the nation’s public business schools. The college’s undergraduate program jumped to No. 28 from last year’s ranking of No. 31 among public universities in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges Guide 2021” rankings released Sept. 14. Among all universities, the college rose six spots to No. 44 from No. 50.