KGI in the News
March 27, 2007
As Sheldon Schuster, Ph.D., KGI's president, points out in this story published by Nature magazine, the bioscience industry is suffering from a shortage of trained professionals who understand both the business and science aspects of the industry. KGI, though, is leading the way in closing this vocational gap.
March 7, 2007
For most young scientists on the Ph.D./postdoc track, deciding which of several lucrative job offers to accept isn't an issue that comes up all that often. But for many in one of the professional science master's (PSM) programs now proliferating around the country, it is literally a $64,000 question. "They get multiple offers," often at salaries around that figure, says Christine Sjolander, associate vice president for enrollment management and director of career services at Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, California. PSM alumni "are so in demand that we're actually trying to boost our enrollment because we can't keep up."