Dr. Amanda J. Phalin is an Instructional Associate Professor at the University of Florida (UF) in the Warrington College of Business, where she teaches the College’s undergraduate core course in International Business, as well as graduate classes in Managerial Economics. Through her core course, she educates 1,300 students annually. She has earned UF MBA’s Outstanding Faculty Award, the College’s Teaching with Technology Award, and the University’s Online Education Excellence Award. Her research covers several areas, including gender issues in international business and economics; educational technology, pedagogy, and outcomes; and intellectual property rights, particularly in the green sector.
Dr. Phalin currently serves as Chair of the Board of Governor’s Advisory Council of Faculty Senates (ACFS). She previously served as Chair of the UF Faculty Senate and member of the UF Board of Trustees in 2022–2023. Since becoming an ACFS member in 2020, Dr. Phalin has been privileged to collaborate with exceptional faculty colleagues from across the State University System (SUS) and learn about all 12 of our wonderful institutions. She is passionate about and proud of UF and the entire SUS, and she looks forward to working with her fellow Governors to maintain and advance higher education excellence in Florida.