It’s February and we are excited to share this episode of Simon Says. This month, Simon highlights faculty research, students spreading the love for Valentine’s Day and a fun ‘Wine and Bourbon Price Challenge’ featuring Seth DeBolt, the director of the James B. Beam Institute for Kentucky Spirits here at the University of Kentucky. Watch the February edition of Simon Says!
The Gatton College of Business and Economics has announced the speakers and networking opportunities for the 2022 PNC Business Innovation Summit
Historic $5 Million Scholarship Gift to Increase Access for First-Generation, Medical, Gatton Academy Students
A historic $5 million gift from the University of Kentucky’s largest single donor will help thousands of young Kentuckians from underserved areas obtain a degree from UK.
Outlining the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect Kentucky’s economy, (CBER) — the applied economic research branch released its 50th Kentucky Annual Economic Report today.
It’s the start of the new year and we are excited to share several wins here at the college! This episode features our students making a positive difference in the world, our amazing faculty research and some fun trivia with the 2022 Citrus Bowl champs! Check out the January edition of Simon Says!
Management professors Susan Zhu and Mikhail Wolfson receive funding for research to reduce ostracism and improve retention and performance of military personnel to help the Department of Defense (DoD) better execute its National Defense Strategy.
Embarking upon a new year, with a multitude of challenges, the economic recovery continues globally and regionally, bringing a new year of recovery.
Five professors have earned the distinction of being among the top 2% of scientists worldwide as measured by the impact of their research publications: Stephen P. Borgatti, Daniel J. Brass, Scott Kelley, John Peloza and Simon Sheather.
Happy Holidays from the Gatton College of Business and Economics! Simon receives a surprise visit from Santa Claus for a "Down Under" holiday celebration!
An experiential learning opportunity for students to apply economic learnings in a real-world setting.