Posts Tagged: research

MAcc students provide creative solution for KU WellCar project

July 16, 2015 by admin

In the fall, a team of graduate accounting students partnered with Jayhawk Consulting to build a commercialization plan to bring healthcare to rural America. Five Master of Accounting students worked with KU’s Center for Design Research to forecast the financial viability of its WellCar project. The WellCar vehicle allows nurse practitioners to bring comprehensive, prevention-based patient care services to rural Read More

Architecture students collaborate on KIP project

February 27, 2015 by admin

Graduate students in the School of Architecture, Design and Planning are bringing a new perspective to the Kansas Impact Program (KIP) this year. As the cornerstone of the full-time MBA curriculum, KIP pairs teams of first-year MBA students with organizations around the state in need of management consulting. This year, architecture students in associate professor Joe Colistra’s Architectural Investigation studio Read More

AIG chief science officer to give talk on machine learning

February 4, 2015 by admin

Machine learning has been around longer than many people realize, according to AIG chief science officer Murli Buluswar, who says machine learning helps to process data in situations where traditional models have failed. Buluswar will present “The Reality of Machine Learning” at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19, at Maceli’s in Lawrence. His talk will explore the past, present and future Read More

New faculty: Scott Whisenant

November 16, 2012 by Austin Falley

A “Boomer Sooner” at heart, Scott Whisenant, joins the accounting area as an associate professor at the University of Kansas School of Business.  For the last 11 years, Whisenant taught at the University of Houston.  He began his teaching career in 1997 at Georgetown (McDonough School) and also was a visiting faculty at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan School).  Whisenant Read More

KU School of Business research presented at annual conference

October 2, 2012 by Austin Falley

In early August, before another school year strapped them down, 11 highly dedicated researchers from the University of Kansas School of Business made a memorable trip to Boston. Faculty and doctoral students at the School of Business presented their works at the largest annual conference of management scholars in the world, the 2012 Academy of Management (AoM). The conference was Read More