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.
Equipping employees with the skills to listen actively, recognize the unspoken root of conflicts and initiate difficult conversations is essential to effectively tackle today’s biggest business challenges. Organizations increasingly are looking for employees with these soft skills – and with good reason.
The new Animal Health Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate combines animal science and veterinary medicine knowledge so workers can navigate governmental processes and regulations throughout a product’s lifecycle.
KU Edwards student Valery Villarroel (L) and Roxanne Sabatino (R), recruiting senior manager at CBIZ & Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C., connected at CareerUP. That meeting resulted in two internships and job opportunities for Valery.
When Valery Villarroel attended a networking event last year, she had no idea it would lead to two internships and job opportunities.
Collaboration. Innovation. Education. Much can be gained by working together for a common purpose and, in the Kansas City region, it’s in our blood. Our ability to be extremely effective at working together has been and will continue to be essential.
The historical differences between Kansas and Missouri date back to the early 1800s. The economic development of the regional identity and the socioeconomic profile of the Kansas City metropolitan area continue to be complicated by the state line that bisects our two states.