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Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship

VACE Presents COVID-19 Virtual Hack-A-Thon

The University of Kentucky’s Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship and the Office of Global Health Initiatives will host an all-day COVID-19 Virtual Hack-A-Thon on September 19.


Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship
VACE Presents COVID-19 Virtual Hack-A-Thon

The University of Kentucky’s Von Allmen Center for Entrepreneurship and the Office of Global Health Initiatives will host an all-day COVID-19 Virtual Hack-A-Thon on September 19.


Economics
Troske Joins Federal Government’s Advisory Committee on Data for Evidence Building

Dr. Kenneth R. Troske has joined the federal government’s Advisory Committee on Data for Evidence Building.


Don and Cathy Jacobs Executive Education Center
Gatton Offers 5-week Project Management Certificate Program

The University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics is offering individuals the opportunity to learn proven strategies and practical, hands-on tools to drive successful project outcomes — on time and within budget.


Gatton College of Business & Economics
Gatton College Welcomes Seven New Faculty Members

Through a hybrid effort of teaching, research, and outreach, The Gatton College of Business and Economics is not only supporting economic growth in Kentucky and beyond, but also directly influencing the lives of our citizens and individuals across the globe.


Gatton College of Business & Economics
Kentucky Distillers’ Association Establishes Scholars Fund With UK’s Distillation, Wine and Brewing Studies Program

The Kentucky Distillers’ Association is establishing a scholars program to fund scholarships aimed at increasing diversity in the distilled spirits industry.


Gatton Philanthropy and Alumni Relations
Living Proof: UK Grad Overcomes Brain Injury, Stresses Value of Giving Back

As One Day for UK approaches, we are reminded of the many success stories we hear every day, and how the overwhelming generosity of donors can quite literally change the lives of our students