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Alumna launches startup to help student-athletes become leaders

When I really started thinking about who I was and what I cared about and what I was passionate about, it kept coming back to sports.

From her time studying at KU to getting an MBA at Harvard Business School and co-founding a nonprofit, sports have played a pivotal role in Rebecca Feickert’s life.

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KU accounting alumna Rebecca Feickert speaks to young athletes.
 

Business school numbers

Ranked no.
39
(tied) among public universities
U.S. News & World Report
Ranked no.
62
(tied) nationally, overall
U.S. News & World Report
Total Enrollment
1,900+
Students, Fall 2017
Freshman Direct Admits
300+
Students, Fall 2017
Undergraduates
85%
Placement, at graduation
Recent graduate data
Undergraduates
$50K
Average starting salary
Recent graduate data
 

Recent blog posts

October 01, 2018
Professor Bill Beedles chats with a Summer Venture in Business participant at the program’s closing reception in June 2017.School of Business remembers professor emeritus Bill Beedles

Professor emeritus of finance William “Bill” Beedles, a KU School of Business faculty member for 40 years, passed away Monday, Sept. 24. He was 70 years old.

Beedles joined the KU faculty in 1978 shortly after earning his doctorate in finance from the University of Texas at Austin in 1975. He held various leadership appointments during his time in the KU School of Business, including director of undergraduate programs, director of master’s programs, and faculty coordinator of the school’s former Center for Management Education.

Bill Beedles,... Read more
September 27, 2018

Brian Dennis, director of the Cybersecurity Center for Small Business, has experience preparing businesses for potential disaster and rebuilding companies after facing crises. Even after helping reconstruct businesses after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Dennis says that the biggest threat small businesses face are not natural disasters but cybersecurity threats.

Most small businesses are not adequately protecting their data and consumer information, but the Cybersecurity Center for Small Business intends to help. The mission of the center, which is part of the Kansas Small Business Development Center at KU, is to bridge the language gap between... Read more

 

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