John Tomblin, WSU’s vice president for research and technology transfer, says it can be hard to attract mid-career professionals to Wichita. “Once you get people here, they like it, but getting people here can be hard,” he said. “So we know that if our goal is to grow our workforce, we need to really work hard at growing our own.”
John Tomblin, WSU’s vice president for research and technology transfer, says it can be hard to attract mid-career professionals to Wichita. “Once you get people here, they like it, but getting people here can be hard,” he said. “So we know that if our goal is to grow our workforce, we need to really work hard at growing our own.” File photo
John Tomblin, WSU’s vice president for research and technology transfer, says it can be hard to attract mid-career professionals to Wichita. “Once you get people here, they like it, but getting people here can be hard,” he said. “So we know that if our goal is to grow our workforce, we need to really work hard at growing our own.” File photo

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