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You realize that in order to address issues at the community level, it takes a more interdisciplinary approach
Growing up in Gilgil, Kenya, Yvonne Kamau watched her father address a wide range of health issues as a pharmacist.
“I think from then, I remember very clearly knowing that I wanted to be able to help people,” Kamau said.
That goal led her to pursue a Doctor of Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center along with a degree she didn’t expect: an MBA.
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The School of Business will host its inaugural Accounting Week sponsored by PwC on Monday, Sept. 18, through Wednesday, Sept. 20, as an opportunity for students to explore the various career paths within the accounting field.Accounting Week exposes students to the different opportunities a KU accounting degree can offer them.
The week’s events will bring in visiting professionals and include a keynote speaker, a panel featuring young alumni, and other activities for students throughout the week. The entire event is sponsored by the generosity of PwC.
Zaine Williams, Ernst and Young National Tax Performance Advisory, will give the keynote at “Beyond the Numbers” to kick off... Read more
I am a marketing major.Why did you choose to study marketing?
I came to KU originally as an education major but later discovered that education wasn’t my forte, so I switched to marketing once I discovered that I can put my creative mindset into the business world.What has been one of your best School of Business experiences?
The people I’ve met and the relationships I have created with other students are by... Read more
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