2011 State Relations testimonies

Wed, 03/09/2011
Chancellor Gray-Little testified about the importance of making investments in academic areas like health and engineering during an appearance before the Senate Ways & Means Subcommittee on Higher Education. She also outlined the research successes at KU that are benefiting the state.
Tue, 02/15/2011
Universities directly benefit the economic health and general well-being of Kansas, Chancellor Gray-Little told legislators during a meeting of the House Education Budget Committee. She expressed support for the Governor’s recommended budget and outlined the ways KU can help Kansas return to prosperity.

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