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Business school spotlight

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.

Read more on Medium
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
2,500+
Students, Fall 2018
Freshman Direct Admits
350+
Students, Fall 2018
Undergraduates
85%
Placement, at graduation
Recent graduate data
Undergraduates
$50K
Average starting salary
Recent graduate data
 

Recent blog posts

February 13, 2019
Business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi worked with Lawrence Habitat for Humanity to build a home, which was dedicated Feb. 9.Members of the business school’s Delta Sigma Pi fraternity and Lawrence Habitat for Humanity helped Earnestine Little (center) build a home for her family.

Last year, co-ed business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) partnered with the local Habitat for Humanity organization and facilitated a build for the family of Earnestine Little. She and her four daughters received the Lawrence Habitat’s 99th home at a dedication ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 9.

DSP sponsored the build and facilitation of the house, raising $35,000 just over a year ago, and participated throughout the... Read more

February 11, 2019
CJ Moddelmog is the president of Tax Club, and he’s telling us everything you need to know about his organization.What have you accomplished with your organization this semester?

So far this year, we have put on a few events that showcased various aspects of the tax profession. From learning about a Kansas pass-through company going global to the tax implications affecting professional athletes, we have been able to show students that the tax profession is so much broader than what the stereotype suggests.

What goals do you still have to achieve?

We want to get more people, from all majors, involved in tax club.

How does this club benefit students at KU?

Tax is definitely one of the less popular aspects of accounting (both in... Read more

 

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