Kansas Governor Sam Brownback visited the University of Kansas campus yesterday, where he met with school officials and student leaders as part of a tour promoting higher education in the state.
Brownback called KU a "great innovation institution" and highlighted its role in the Kansas economy.
“We’ve really got some momentum moving forward in job creation off of our universities, providing excellence in education, which is a primary issue for us, and we want to keep that momentum growing,” said Brownback.
State legislators are proposing cuts to higher education funding for the 2014 budget, but the Governor hopes to keep that funding at current levels.
Brownback will stop by KU Medical Center on Thursday, April 25th.