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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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A group of passionate business students started a new club on campus to give all students the opportunity to gain experience in the nonprofit sector while contributing their time and talents to the Lawrence community. The Nonprofit Service Club was founded in the spring of 2020 by Emily Hull, James Richey, Savanna Winterman and Belle Antonacci and has since partnered with Habitat for Humanity.The NSC aims to bridge the gap between KU students and the Lawrence nonprofit community
NSC representatives state that their mission is to “bridge the gap between university students and local nonprofit organizations to encourage exploration in nonprofit careers and provide opportunities for professional development in... Read more
In May 2018, MC Landolt became one of the first KU business students to graduate with a certificate in professional selling. Now a client solutions executive for AT&T, Landolt happily shared her expertise with current professional selling students ahead of the AT&T National Sales Competition earlier this fall. Spring 2020 School of Business graduate and fellow professional selling program alumnus Mark McCloskey, who also serves as a client solutions executive for AT&T, provided additional assistance.
The competition team included Trent Byers, Noel Cordero, Ishan... Read more
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