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The fourth annual USF Esports Summit centered on building community — particularly as it relates to gender and race — within the $1 billion dollar esports gaming industry.
The conference brought policymakers, healthcare industry leaders, academics, and students together to share ideas and promote collaboration on using data and AI in the healthcare industry.
TECO Peoples Gas president Helen Wesley talks renewable energy and corporate skills at Conversation with a CEO event
During the hour-long conversation, Wesley shared lessons she's learned as an executive with 30-plus years in the energy sector.
Roxann Moore, a former banking executive at Truist, was the invited speaker at the Jan. 6 Distinguished Speaker Series at the USF Muma College of Business.
Paul Reilly was the featured speaker at the Nov. 4 Distinguished Speaker Series at the USF Muma College of Business where about 35 Executive MBA students listened as the Raymond James Financial CEO shared lessons from his decades-long career as a business executive.
Due to Tropical Storm Nicole, the USF esports summit and tournament have been rescheduled to Jan. 27 with the same schedule and location. The one-day summit allows participants to connect with regional and global esports industry leaders. It will conclude with a live-action championship finale where the 2022 Battle for Florida tournament winner will be crowned.
The USF Muma College of Business held its Conversation with a CEO event with special guest Lauren Weiner, chief growth officer and co-founder of WWC Global, a Pequot company.
Bloomberg Day shows high school students how Sarasota-Manatee campus can prepare them for Wall Street
About 120 Manatee County high school students recently took a field trip to the University of South Florida’s Sarasota-Manatee campus for a crash course on how the Muma College of Business — and especially the campus’s high-tech Bloomberg Lab — can help prepare them for a career on Wall Street.
The USF Muma College of Business welcomed two powerhouse investors, Cathie Wood, founder of ARK Invest, and Tom Frederick, founding partner of TampaBay.Ventures, to a fireside chat held at the Kate Tiedemann School of Business and Finance on USF's St. Petersburg campus.
While education is typically the bedrock of a successful career, there is no substitution for experience; Cathie Wood, founder of ARK Invest, and Tom Frederick, founding partner of TampaBay.Ventures, have that in spades.
The USF Muma College of Business hosted a panel discussion featuring sports executives and personnel from the Tampa Bay Rays and the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
Rays & Rowdies give career advice to students trying to break into the sports industry - St. Pete Campus News
Many students dream of having a career in the sports industry, interacting with their favorite players and immersing themselves in a subject they love.