Justin Carroll, KUEC Biotechnology grad, attributes his on-the-job technical and problem-solving skills related to COVID-19 testing to his education at the KU Edwards Campus.
It’s not unusual for college students to balance their classroom education with real-life workplace experience. For 23-year-old Justin Carroll, a KU Edwardsbiotechnology senior, on-the-job experience has recently taken on a greater level importance.
In the metro area, more than 245 biotech companies employ 28,000 workers – and research is growing with public and private spending that exceeds $1.8 billion annually. Learn how the KU Edwards Campus is helping fulfill the demand for talent in this rapidly growing industry through its biotechnology degree and a new hands-on research lab.