The following is an excerpt from a July 22 Wichita Eagle story about Becky Hundley, technology transfer manager at Wichita State University.
A conversation with Becky Hundley
Jun 23, 2014 11:12 AM | Print

Becky Hundley started working part time dispatching for the Emporia State University police department and wound up as one of the keys to boosting Wichita's future.

She is the technology transfer manager for Wichita State University. That means she is one of the point people in enabling WSU researchers to become the creators of valuable ideas and technology. The expectation is that new patents will eventually lead to new jobs for Wichita.

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