The University of Kentucky has made the Gatton College facility a leading academic priority. Given the project authorization from the state and the strong financial support from our alumni and friends, the College is moving forward with a new facility that will allow increased enrollment, more community and student study spaces, enable implementation of modern teaching methods, and enhance the identity and competitiveness of the College among its peer institutions.



     
EVP (Supply Chain) of Michael's, Tom DeCaro, presents to UK Gatton MBA Students  
  Students in the professional evening MBA supply chain management class (DIS612) recently received a dose of "real-world" experience from Tom DeCaro, Executive Vice President of Supply Chain for Michael's (craft) stores.  (read more...)  
     
Gatton College, Ross Tarrant, SKANSKA 'Top Off' Building  
  LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 22, 2014) Another milestone was marked recently in the Gatton United Building Campaign at the University of Kentucky.

UK's Gatton College of Business and Economics, together with its design and construction partners, Ross Tarrant Architects and SKANSKA, hosted a 'topping off' ceremony for the Dean's Advisory Council at the Gatton College building.
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UK's Ziliak is Featured on 'PBS NewsHour Weekend'  
  LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 21, 2014) James P. Ziliak, Gatton Endowed Chair in Microeconomics in the University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics and director of UK's Center for Poverty Research, appeared on national television over the weekend on "PBS NewsHour Weekend."

Ziliak was interviewed by producer/reporter Megan Thompson as part of a story about the new federal Promise Zone initiative in Kentucky. The Promise Zone initiative is aimed at fighting poverty by concentrating aid in specific regions of the U.S. The Promise Zone in Kentucky includes parts of eight counties in the southeast part of the state.
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Lexington's Nate Morris Named One of Fortune's '40 Under 40'  
  LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 15, 2014) Fortune Magazine announced in its current issue that Nate Morris of Lexington has been named as a member of the sixth annual '40 Under 40' list. Morris is a Kentucky native and co-founder and CEO of Rubicon Global, North America'ss leading provider of sustainable waste and recycling solutions.

Founded in Kentucky, Rubicon Global provides waste and recycling services that deliver sustainable solutions and cost reduction to a variety of industries, including several Fortune 500 companies. The company uses Big Data analytics to solve the global issue of waste. The company uses proprietary software to empower small business owners to grow their businesses through a strategic sourcing platform.
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MBA Fall 2014 Open House Webcam of Gatton Construction Site MBA Fall 2014 Open House
 
 
 
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