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Summer Venture in Business program introduces high school students to KU

I feel like KU is my first choice now.

High school students got a taste of life at KU during the School of Business’ inaugural Summer Venture in Business program June 4-6, 2017.

Introduced by 2016-17 Student Body President Stephonn Alcorn and Vice President Gabby Naylor, the program aims to familiarize underrepresented students and potential first-generation college students with business topics and equip them with the tools to succeed in college.

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March 13, 2018
In our Five Questions series, faculty of the University of Kansas School of Business share their insights, experiences and advice for students.

Tailan Chi is a strategic management and international business professor and holds the Carl A. Scupin Professorship.

What got you interested in your field, and what has been the most rewarding part of being involved in it?

I grew up amid social and political turmoil during the Cultural Revolution in China. Most of my peers did not get much of a formal education because the schools did not provide a proper learning environment at the time (sometimes the students even beat up their teachers, apart from frequent fights among... Read more

March 12, 2018

Daniel Jones, a sophomore at the School of Business, was chosen by the National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council (NASSTRAC) as one of three students to receive the 2018 NASSTRAC Student Scholarship.

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Each year, the association for transportation and logistics professionals selects a few students to receive the $1,000 scholarship, which can be used to help with undergraduate tuition, academic expenses or other professional development opportunities. Recipients also receive free registration and accommodations for the 2018 NASSTRAC Annual Shippers Conference and Transportation Expo. This year, the conference is being held April 29-May 1 in Orlando, Florida. Attending the... Read more


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