Supply chains that were disrupted during the global health crisis are still facing huge challenges and are struggling to bounce back. Carol Chavez, Associate Director of Supply Chain Outreach and Corporate Engagement...
As a young girl, Kennedy Ekovich dreamed of working on Wall Street. The dream will soon come true for the senior finance major and business analytics minor at the University of Kentucky.
Olivia N. Davis and Darshak Patel were honored with the 2021 University of Kentucky Outstanding Teaching Awards on September 30.
The Gatton College of Business and Economics will hold a Graduate Programs Open House from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 12. The open house is open to the public, including all undergraduate students, young professionals, working professionals, and executives in the region.
Anyone at an SEC school knows September is all about SPORTS. This dynamic episode features exclusive interviews with two University of Kentucky athletes at the top of their game: Castle Jensen and Will Levis! Watch this month's episode!
One of the foremost experts in the world on vaccine mandates is Emily Lawler. Emily is a 2012 B&E Econ alum, and 2018 Vanderbilt PhD. She is featured on the American Economic Association website owing to her expertise on vaccinations.
The Professional Resource Center which houses the MBA and Professional Masters programs has partnered with Transformative Learning to offer FREE ETS-certified GRE Prep Workshops.
The University of Kentucky’s Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship is co-sponsoring the Launchpad Lex Speaker Series on September 22, October 13, and November 13.
The Graham Office of Career Management is hosting free workshops for students who are interested in commercial real estate. The partnership is an opportunity for students to work with Lee Webb, a Gatton alum and commercial real estate professional.
Does Taxing E-Cigs Work? New Study Suggests Unintended Consequence of Increasing Teen Cigarette Smoking
Rising youth use of e-cigarettes has prompted aggressive regulation. What does the evidence say about the effectiveness of these public health measures?