Effective July 1, 2021, three Gatton College faculty members assumed new roles.
It’s officially summer, and "Simon Says" is sizzlin’!
Courtemanche, Yelowitz Quoted in Wall Street Journal: "Covid Isn’t Done Changing the Life Insurance Industry Just Yet"
According to the story, the way life insurance is bought and sold will likely never be the same. What’s not so obvious: the long-term impacts of coronavirus on the insurance sector.
Mike Clark and Ken Troske spoke about the state's labor shortage on KET's "Kentucky Tonight."
Eilert Quoted in the New York Times: "How Public Letters Became Companies’ Favorite Form of Activism"
Meike Eilert recently contributed to a New York Times story.
Economics Ph.D student Hyein Kang was awarded a fellowship from the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy.
Outstanding interns from each of Gatton's academic departments were recognized for their exceptional internship performances.
The five-week series takes place on Thursdays from 6 to 9 p.m., September 16- October 14 at the Gatton College building.
Management alumna Schuyler Bass will teach in Spain and lead a Model United Nations Program.
Ziliak Quoted in Philadelphia Inquirer: "One in seven recipients of SNAP benefits earned associate’s or bachelor’s degrees, census analysis shows"
“College still definitely pays off,” said Ziliak. “It’s a key to financial security.”