In this action-packed October edition of Simon Says, you'll get to come along to our annual Alumni Hall of Fame event and meet our amazing inductees. You'll also see highlights from Gatton's State of the College meeting. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, our college is going strong and looking forward!
Gatton alum Ben Ridder is the COO of the Tennessee-based hospital Tennova Healthcare Turkey Creek Medical Center.
UK MBA and Gatton alum Ashley Bielefeld of Messer Construction Co. is part of a team leading the $126M NASIC Expansion at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the largest single-site construction project in the history of the base.
University of Kentucky MBA alum Tiffany Larsh speaks about her journey from Honduras to the University of Kentucky, which led to her great career at GE Lighting.
AppHarvest, the indoor farming company founded by Gatton alum Jonathan Webb, has announce a deal to merge with a special purpose acquisition company, Novus Capital Corporation, at a valuation of $1 billion.
The UK MBA and the Gatton College welcomes all prospective candidates to the One Year MBA Virtual Open House on October 28, which will provide the opportunity to learn from successful alumni representing Amazon, Kroger, P&G and UPS.
In the September edition of Simon Says, Dean Sheather talks with DePaul's new Athletics Director, DeWayne Peevy. Simon also chats with management lecturer, Jack Kirn about his innovative online learning methods and provides an update on our Gatton Persistence Scholarships.
The University of Kentucky’s Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship and the Office of Global Health Initiatives will host an all-day COVID-19 Virtual Hack-A-Thon on September 19.
Dr. Kenneth R. Troske has joined the federal government’s Advisory Committee on Data for Evidence Building.
The University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics is offering individuals the opportunity to learn proven strategies and practical, hands-on tools to drive successful project outcomes — on time and within budget.