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- On October 9, 2018, National Association of Black Accounting (NABA) with be hosting a second NABA Leadership Development Program event at the College of Business. A select number of students have been chosen to participate in the Leadership Development Program. … Continue reading
- Equine Analytics Brief 2018.2 Modeling the Determinants of Handle: An Analysis of Woodbine Thoroughbred Racing DataSteven S. Vickner, PhD, Associate Professor and Steve Koch, Executive Director, Safety & Integrity Alliance, NTRA Using data for 1,515 races over 165 race days from the 2011 Thoroughbred racing season at the Woodbine Racetrack, variability in all sources handle per race … Continue reading
- Equine Analytics Brief 2018.1 Ninety Days Post-PASPA: The Near-Term Financial Economic Impacts on Gaming and Casino StocksSteven S. Vickner, PhD, Associate Professor The U.S. Supreme Court ruled the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) unconstitutional on Monday, May 14, 2018 in a 6-3 decision. In general under PASPA individuals could only bet on sporting … Continue reading
- August 16, 2018 UofL’s equine program seeks Galbreath award nominations LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Nominations are open for the 29th annual John W. Galbreath Award, which recognizes outstanding entrepreneurship in the equine industry. The University of Louisville College of Business Equine … Continue reading
- Each year we present the EnterpriseCorp Award to an individual that has made a significant contribution to our entrepreneurial community through their time and talent. This year’s recipient is Dr. Van Clouse. His story is one of an unsung hero. … Continue reading
- Tim Capps given posthumous award LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The American Horse Council has given a posthumous award to Tim Capps, the director of the College of Business Equine Industry Program until his death in April 2017. His daughter, Meredith Capps, … Continue reading
- Successful lawyer and savvy business leader, Andrew Meyers has committed himself to public service for over 25 years. Tracing his professional success back to his time at the UofL College of Business where he built a strong foundation of solid … Continue reading
- The incredible energy that surrounded our city on September 14 inspired over 21,000 donations to support over 500 local nonprofit organizations participating in Give For Good Louisville.
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