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Huizenga Professor Named 2017 Faculty of the Year by Students

Professor Albert Williams

Dr. Albert Williams, Associate Professor of Finance, has won the prestigious STUEY award for faculty of the year for 2017. He is the first from HCBE to win this award. He represents the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Dr. Williams teaches personal finance in the undergraduate program and managerial finance in the graduate program. He brings a rich background of real world experience to the classroom. The students enjoy and learn a lot from his classes. He gives presentations across campus, in the South Florida area, and in the Caribbean. He has a strong community spirit. He is also the faculty advisor of the Graduate Business Student Association at HCBE. He has given his life to improve the lives of his students. He also shares his guitar playing abilities with his students and other audiences. His motto is "I am making the world a better place, one student at a time."

Huizenga Professor Speaks on Economics of Sustainability in Belize

Professor Williams in Belize Professor Williams in Belize

Dr. Albert Williams, associate professor of finance and economics, H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, recently spoke in Belize at a conference sponsored by Oceana, a non-profit group that focuses on protecting the oceans.

The conference theme was "The Energy of Nature and the Nature of Energy" with a focus on discussing the pros and cons of off-shore oil drilling in Belize. Dr. Williams' presentation was on the economics of sustainability.

As the first presenter, Dr. Williams set the stage for the conference by providing economic arguments for and against off-shore oil drilling. The guest speaker for the conference was Alexandra Cousteau, the granddaughter of Jacques Cousteau, the world renowned explorer, conservationist, filmmaker, innovator, scientist, photographer, author and researcher who studied the sea and all forms of life in water. Cousteau is continuing the work of her grandfather.

"Allowing off-shore drilling will be one of the most difficult decisions for the people of Belize," Dr. Williams commented following his return from the conference. The discussion at the conference included fishermen, tourism business people, University of Belize students, representatives of other non-profit organizations, concerned citizens and the media. Dr. Williams provided interviews to local radio stations following his presentation.

Tom Tworoger, Ph.D., Quoted in Regional Magazine about Entrepreneurship

Tom Tworoger, Ph.D., professor in the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, was featured in this story on Entrepreneurship programs in South Florida Business and Wealth magazine.

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