This summer, the Gatton College of Business and Economics offers individuals the opportunity to learn proven strategies and practical, hands-on tools to drive successful project outcomes — on time and within budget.
The Econ Games is a data competition that offers students an experiential learning opportunity to apply classroom concepts to real-world problems. Through this competition, students activate problem-solving skills, including critical and creative thinking, display teamwork, and utilize practical knowledge.
Kayla Griesbach was chosen as the Gatton Outstanding Senior in Accounting and received the Dean's Award for Excellence. She was nominated by her academic advisor, who referenced her as the “epitome of a Gatton student.” Holding the president position in both Gatton Ambassadors and the Analytics Club...[Read more]
This March edition of Simon Says includes the Beam Institute's Industry Conference, a sneak peek at our Gatton students who traveled to Europe and NYC during Spring Break, and a recap of our current and upcoming events! Watch Now!
Hardesty was chosen as the Gatton Outstanding Senior by Gatton's Undergraduate Student Services. She was nominated by her former academic advisor, Mason Stewart, for this award.
Haylie Paulin was chosen as the Gatton Outstanding Senior in Marketing. Haylie has completed PepsiCo – Frito Lay and Masks for Love LLC internships. She has worked in the TeleCats office, as a teaching assistant for MKT 300, and with the student-run marketing firm on campus, Grehan Associates.
Payne received the Dean's Award for Excellence and the Gatton Outstanding Senior in Finance. Trevor completed four highly competitive internships with German American Bank, VonLehman & Co. M&A Advisory, Roebling Capital Partners, and Piper Sandler, where he will return following his May 2023 graduation.
Elly Piatt is the Gatton Outstanding Senior in Economics. Balancing two majors, a minor, numerous internships, and campus leadership opportunities, Elly has proven to be an exceptional student. Elly’s second major is in political science, for which she served as a US Senate intern, a House of Representatives intern, and a Kentucky Senate President’s Office intern.
Women’s History Month is a time to celebrate — to reflect on and recognize women’s varied accomplishments and contributions, including those of women in business. Check out the Behind the Blue podcast featuring Gatton women, Jennifer Siebenthaler and Susan Zhu.
This February edition features a Gatton alum with a HEART for service, trailblazing pioneers and game changers to warm your heart for [Black History Month], and students leading the marketing efforts for a local non-profit. It is the February feel-good, food, and fundraising edition of Simon Says!