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One of my motivations for being here at KU and getting the degrees that I want to is to have a career that can help address things like climate change and improve sustainability for companies and organizations.
When finance and environmental studies student Alex Murray and the KU Beekeeping Club he co-founded launched their first two hives in April, it was the culmination of months of work. The club is just one of the ways Murray, who recently was named the university's second George J. Mitchell Scholar, is working to make a difference at KU.
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Students in lecturer Ken Ward’s Management 499 course worked with LMH Health during the fall 2019 semester.Management 499 students, including Andie Sweeney, worked with LMH Health during the fall 2019 semester.
Management 499 is a unique capstone course that gives business students the opportunity to do hands-on analysis of a local company or organization and present their recommendations at the end of the semester. The course encourages students to think holistically about a company and tie all key functional areas together, applying the knowledge they have learned throughout their education in the School of Business.
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Doctoral student Chenxi Lin was eager to study at the KU School of Business because of the department’s extraordinary reputation in audit research. Five years later, she’s preparing to head to another Big 12 school to share her own expertise — Lin accepted an assistant professorship at the University of Oklahoma’s Price College of Business this fall.
“It is rare to have an interview at a tier-one research institution you are interested in so early,” Lin said. “Most research schools don’t interview candidates until December or January of their fifth year.”
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