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Business school spotlight

Student looks to bridge financial, environmental sectors

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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Student Alex Murray is co-founder of the KU Beekeeping Club.
 

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Ranked no.
42
(tied) among public universities
U.S. News & World Report
Ranked no.
67
(tied) nationally, overall
U.S. News & World Report
Total Enrollment
3,000
Students, Fall 2020
Freshman Direct Admits
550+
Fall 2020
Undergraduates
84%
Employed upon graduation
2018-19 graduate data
Undergraduates
$53K
Average starting salary
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Recent blog posts

December 10, 2020
In our Five Questions series, faculty of the University of Kansas School of Business share their insights, experiences and advice for students.Chang Hoon Oh

Chang Hoon Oh is the William and Judy Docking Professor of Strategy at the School of Business. His research centers on non-market strategy in challenging environments, business continuity and sustainability, and globalization versus regionalization.

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

My undergraduate major was engineering, but at that time I was fascinated by social sciences such as economics, sociology and political science. It was very interesting for me to... Read more

December 07, 2020
School of Business senior Sophia LaTorella

Sophia LaTorella, a School of Business senior, has been passionate and involved since her freshman year. In addition to majoring in finance and math, LaTorella is a Business School Ambassador, a teaching assistant, and the president of Women in Finance. Her commitment to networking has paid off, earning her a job at Morgan Stanley in New York post-graduation.

What do you like best about finance? Why did you choose to major in it?

My favorite thing about finance is how everything is always changing. Every situation is different and exciting since markets are always changing and there are so many things that can affect them. I chose this major because of how exciting it is... Read more

 

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