The University of Kentucky has released its Dean's List for the Fall 2020 semester. A total of 1,503 Gatton College students were recognized for their outstanding academic performance. To make a Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher and must have earned 12 credits or more in that semester, excluding credits earned in pass-fail classes.
Season's greetings from Dean Simon Sheather and the entire Gatton community! This year, a little holiday magic transformed the Gattonmobile into Simon's Sleigh!
Completing a degree during a global pandemic is an incredible feat, and we applaud all of our Gatton seniors!
In honor of our graduates, we have created a virtual celebration with words of encouragement and inspiration from Gatton professors and keynote speaker, Nate Morris.
DePaul University Director of Athletics DeWayne Peevy announced that Taylor Stapleton has joined the staff as Senior Associate Athletics Director for Revenue Generation and Strategic Initiatives.
Christopher Waller, executive vice president and research director at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Federal Reserve governor.
A paper by Will Gerken and Marc Painter '19 was presented at the NBER Conference on Big Data and Securities Markets.
The Institute for the Study of Free Enterprise in the Gatton College and SGA have partnered with the Wall Street Journal to provide students and employees free online access to the paper.
While 2020 has been full of changes, we at the Gatton College are grateful for one thing that has remained the same - the generosity of our alumni and donors.
The November edition of Simon Says is all about being thankful. Tune in to hear compelling stories from our alumni who are making a difference in Gatton student's lives.
Forty-seven Kentucky schools have been labeled "bright spots" in a new report released by The Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) in the Gatton College of Business and Economics at the University of Kentucky.
Will the pandemic shrink budgets? And could it change how people shop for gifts?Allan Chen weighs in.