For 50 years now, the Applied English Center has been the first stop for international students at KU. The center helps students adjust to the Kansas community by providing intensive English instruction, student services, and activities.
“The Applied English Center is a cornerstone of the initiatives we undertake as an international research university. It has helped international students transition to studying at an American university, and has connected students and scholars at KU with their colleagues around the globe,” said Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little.
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"Inside KU" takes a look at how the expanded Bioscience & Technology Business Center (http://bit.ly/1zzPvrw) brings a number of beneficial services to small start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, and everything in between.
A KU startup at the BTBC, KanPro, is producing proteins for research in medicine, biotechnology, and life sciences (See http://bit.ly/1DSY3s9).
KU Innovation and Collaboration focuses on turning the university’s research into industry (See http://bit.ly/ZTOKZF).
The "Feedstock to Tailpipe Initiative" grows algae to provide a sustainable source for biodiesel fuel (See http://bit.ly/1oPRovz).
Undergraduate Research Awards allow students to explore their fields deeper (See http://bit.ly/KUcugr).
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