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Keith Ryu
Keith Ryu, CEO of OnboardIQKeith Ryu has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. When he was an undergraduate at Barrett Honors College studying computer information systems and finance, he founded an online self-education platform called Onvard. He graduated in 2014 and now is a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and CEO of OnboardIQ, a recruiting and...
Doug Rice in lab
Doug Rice could have attended a university in California or his home state of Oregon, but his mother encouraged him to apply to Arizona State University and Barrett Honors College. Like a lot of students, he took his mother’s advice, was accepted into ASU and Barrett, and graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in French...
Kathy Peach book award
Kathy Peach, who graduated ASU with honors from Barrett Honors College in 2014, has won a prestigious award for her book, The Tiniest Tumbleweed. Peach’s tale of friendship and hope featuring a small tumbleweed and a baby sparrow,has been selected Best Inspirational Children’s Book of the Year by the Book Publicists of Southern California.Kathy...
Barbara Barrett at 2017 convocation
Ambassador Barbara Barrett’s office has a unique job opening for a research and project manager. The right candidate will need to have the following skills: An interest in corporate business and politics/government affairsAbility to manage and develop multiple projects (including presentations, speeches, background research, events)...
Kalin Nehrenz
When Kalin Nehrenz isn’t attending graduate courses, she gets to hang out with puppies, which happens to be her full-time job.Kalin Nehrenz, executive director of #LovePup, with one of her special clients.Nehrenz graduated from Barrett in Fall 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in nonprofit leadership and management. She began graduate school right...

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