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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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When I came to KU, I wanted a major that would combine creativity and numbers. I saw the passion both faculty and students had for the School of Business and found a way to combine both my passions through marketing and entrepreneurship.What programs or groups are you involved in at the School of Business and at KU?
During my time at KU, I was a member of Tri Delta, where I held multiple positions including Panhellenic delegate, homecoming chair and president. I was also a part of the... Read more
Under Steven Johnson Jr., director of diversity, equity and inclusion student programs at the School of Business, the Multicultural Business Scholars Program (MBSP) has taken steps to make sure its scholars are still able to connect under our new circumstances.
Since KU moved to 100... Read more
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