2014 State Relations testimonies

Wed, 02/12/2014

Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little delivered testimony on the university budget to the Senate Ways & Means Subcommittee on Education and the House Education Budget Committee during hearings at the Statehouse on February 12. She gave an overview of the university budget and the Changing for Excellence efficiency initiative, and detailed how KU's Bold Aspirations strategic plan will benefit students and the state.


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Curiosity sparks KU paleontologist Chris Beard’s quest for man’s ancient cousins When he’s not scrutinizing ancient primate fossils in his KU lab, world-renowned paleontologist Chris Beard (http://bit.ly/1w3TQSj) is out stalking human evolutionary ancestors in remote corners of Libya, Turkey, China, Myanmar, Kazakhstan, Cambodia, Egypt, Tunisia, or Kenya. Beard, who came to KU as a Foundation Distinguished Professor, has a passion for being out in the middle of nowhere and making a discovery — “There’s nothing better than that. It’s fabulous.”


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Millions in grants and contracts for research
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Research projects that stretch to Antarctica, Greenland, and numerous points in between
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A thriving field program that sends undergraduate and graduate students throughout the world
Industry recruiters who visit annually to hire KU Geology's graduating students