Assistant Professor Jeff Gish co-authored a study which found that former entrepreneurs can successfully transition into employees, especially in roles that harness their entrepreneurial spirit.
The U.S. economy is entering a period of slower growth that could last for two years, according to Sean Snaith.
The new program, which launches in Fall 2024, will provide innovative teachings to prepare top talent for insurance industry workforce needs.
Launching Fall 2024, the MBA risk management insurance program will train students to identify and mitigate fraud.
UCF’s Institute for Economic Forecasting Director Sean Snaith predicts an economic slowing by the end of 2023 and through the start of 2024.
Since its establishment the hub grown in its support services for and research related to the Puerto Rican community.
Bouchet’s extensive career includes 17 years in academia and decades of industry experience, including executive positions with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins and the MLB’s Miami Marlins.
After last week’s downgrade of U.S. credit, the bots (and us humans) have reason for concern, UCF economist Sean Snaith says — pointing to his forecast prediction of a $40-trillion-plus national debt by 2026.
Located in Orlando’s thriving tech industry, UCF helps produce top-talent and innovative developments that drive this sector.
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