The Gatton College and PNC presented the PNC Innovation Summit, which included a conference and student pitch competition. The two-day event was an opportunity for the bright minds of the UK campus and community to learn valuable life lessons from industry leaders.
(Photo: L-R, Gatton faculty, Olivia Davis, Graham and URC members, Tricia Henry, Denise Best, Raven Gibson, Angie Evilia and Shonta Phelps)
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The University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics added four remarkable members to its Gatton Alumni Hall of Fame. This prestigious award recognizes alumni who have earned exceptional career and community success.
Gatton College of Business and Economics held a naming ceremony for the Department of Finance and Quantitive Methods featuring John Stewart, Scot Duncan, Provost Robert S. DiPaola, and Dean Simon Sheather.
The economy of tomorrow will require business leaders to consider how societal and environmental impacts complement the bottom line. These impacts can expose companies to risks, but more importantly, they can [Read more...]
The 13th annual Supply Chain Forum, “Driving Supply Chain Performance with Data Science and Digitalization,” brought over 160 attendees to share and engage with supply chain students and professionals. The event brought together national-caliber supply chain leaders, practitioners, academics, and consultants. [See event photos]
The University of Kentucky MBA Case team took 2nd place in the recent 10th annual SEC MBA Case Competition hosted this year at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business. This graduate-level competition allows SEC business schools to showcase their students’ skills at solving a simulated...[Read more]
Poverty statistics are essential for determining the size and composition of the population whose needs are going unmet. Accurate poverty measures help society target resources to alleviate hardships...[Read More]
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.