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Another Milestone Reached

Gatton College Receives $1 Million Gift

UK Receives $7 Million Gift Commitment

Groundbreaking Highlights

Building Progress Video Update #3

Groundbreaking & Design Reveal Oct. 11

Building Progress Video Update #2

Building Progress Video Update #1

UK Board Accepts Gifts Totaling $16.4 Million

Gatton College Reaches Fundraising Milestone

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Gatton College, Ross Tarrant, SKANSKA 'Top Off' Building

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.

Those in attendance included: Gerry Benjamin, Michael Bowling, Gregory Burns Paul Chellgren, Luther Deaton, Bill Gatton, Doug Gerstle, Richard Huxley, Howard Lewis, Elizabeth McCoy, Rodney McMullen, Sam Mitchell, Nate Morris, Mike Richey, Donald Rogers, Geoffrey Rosenberger, Sean Smith, James Stuckert and M.S. Vijayaraghavan. Council members were given group tours of the construction site so they could see first-hand the progress being made on the building, in addition to signing a ceremonial construction beam.

"It was so exciting to tour the construction site with members of our Dean's Advisory Council," said David W. Blackwell, dean of the Gatton College. "Our members have been with us since the inception of the project and have given their time and resources to help us re-imagine the new Gatton College facility." 

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The University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business & Economics is pressing forward with a bold plan to renovate and expand its facilities entirely through private donations. The $65 million project will transform the Gatton College into a state-of-the-art business education complex that will have a strong sense of community and support modern teaching and learning methods.