Kelly Welch

Kelly Welch

School of Business Teaching Fellow of Finance

(Ph.D., University of Chicago) Dr. Welch teaches advanced applied finance courses in Portfolio Strategy, Business Valuation, and Futures and Options, as well fundamental courses in Corporate Finance and Investments. He has received several teaching awards including the School of Business' Bubb Award and Beta Gamma Sigma's Outstanding Educator Award, as well as being selected as a Finalist for the University of Kansas HOPE Award. He holds a CFA charter and has served as an independent consultant on investment decisions, valuation methods, and various applications of financial economics. He also has experience in managing investments for the Kauffman Foundation, allocating assets to and selecting managers across equities, fixed income, hedge funds, and real assets.


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To finish off Bill Gamm's presentation of his work in Hollywood, there was a lively Q&A session. If you know anything about Mini College, you know Mini Collegians have the best questions!
Q&A with Hollywood Poster Graphic Designer Bill Gamm
After decades of working in Hollywood as a graphic designer for movie studios, Bill Gamm returned to his roots in Kansas. He shared the highlights of his car...

Q&A with Hollywood Poster Graphic Designer Bill Gamm After decades of working in Hollywood as a graphic designer for movie studios, Bill Gamm returned to his roots in Kansas. He shared the highlights of his career in this fascinating presentation about how some of the most famous movie posters came to life with his pen at the University of Kansas Mini College 2014. Here he takes questions from the audience about his work and his experiences in Hollywood. For more information on Mini College, visit http://minicollege.ku.edu/


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