January 04, 2024

Tommy Bardenwerper wanted a life of purpose and connection. To find it, he’s undertaken a journey that includes the Gatton College of Business and Economics, several top investment banks, the U.S Marine Corps, and now The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. 

November 13, 2023

The third annual Women in Finance Summit, drew over 100 students who gathered to network and acquire industry insights from accomplished Gatton alumnae in the finance industry. 

October 11, 2023

Kristine Hankins' paper with Richard Friberg (Stockholm School of Economics) and Itay Goldstein (The Wharton School) has been accepted...

September 18, 2023

The editors of the Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, which focuses on corporations and capital markets, recently featured one of Taylor Begley's working papers. Read full blog.

August 14, 2023

Gatton professor Quint Tatro, host of the Podcast, DIY Money was featured in WalletHub's piece about savings accounts. Learn More!

June 28, 2023

Assistant Professor, Taylor Begley's papers, "Disaster Lending: 'Fair' Prices, but 'Unfair' Access, and "Long-Run Labor Costs of Housing Booms and Busts, have been accepted for publication by prestigious journals.

April 24, 2023

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.

April 07, 2023

Gatton College of Business and Economics is pleased to present the Spring 2023 Gatton Doctoral Research Excellence Awards recipients. 

March 21, 2023

Payne received the Dean's Award for Excellence and the Gatton Outstanding Senior in Finance. Trevor completed four highly competitive internships with German American Bank, VonLehman & Co. M&A Advisory, Roebling Capital Partners, and Piper Sandler, where he will return following his May 2023 graduation.

December 19, 2022

Taylor Begley's paper (co-authored with Daniel Weagley), "Firm Finances and the Spread of COVID-19: Evidence from Nursing Homes" has been accepted by The Review of Corporate Finance Studies.