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In a ceremony held on Tuesday, March 3, Economics Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies Darshak Patel was presented with the UK Alumni Association 2020 Great Teacher Award.
UK students and business leaders are encouraged to register by Friday, March 13 for the Business Innovation Summit set for April 24-25 on the campus of University of Kentucky. Hosted by the Gatton College of Business & Economics, this two-day event provides students with opportunities to learn and connect with industry leaders as well as compete to win seed funding for innovative business plans.
The Gatton College presented the Commonwealth Supply Chain Innovation Award, to Misty Doan-Eldridge and Steve Bauer at Escalade Sports Inc.
It’s the month of love, and we’re focusing on two things I love the most: teaching and research.
Jill Holloway Smith has been named associate vice president for alumni engagement and executive director of the University of Kentucky Alumni Association. Smith, a Paducah native, earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and management in 2005 from the UK Gatton College of Business and Economics and a master’s degree in career and technical education from the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment in 2011.
University of Kentucky Masters of Accounting student, Brooklyn Heideman has passed the Tableau Desktop Specialist exam on her very first try. An interactive data visualization software company, Tableau Software recommends that those planning to take the exam have at least three months of experience working with Tableau, but Heideman did it in only 2 and a half weeks.
Four Pelissier Scholars and finance majors, Bryce Kushner, Andrew Buskill, Connor McKee, and Graham Sparks (pictured L-R), recently passed the December 2019 CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Level I Exam, which had a pass rate of 42 percent.
Noting that prosperity is increasingly tied to place and preparation, the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) released its 48th Kentucky Annual Economic Report today.
The Gatton College of Business & Economics is hosting a Gatton Pro Open House event, taking place on Tuesday, March 10, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Woodward Hall. Stop by anytime to learn about any (or all) of Gatton's masters and certifications programs.