This looks like a great opportunity and I hope to see you at the
seminar on wednesday.
Barrett Foundation Scholarship:
Would you like the opportunity to get into the field this summer,
receive a $6500
and work on engineering research? This is exactly what the Barrett
Foundation wants to
accomplish! Engineering undergraduates from all disciplines are needed
to work on a
environmental related research. To learn more about past research
projects and the
procedure, stop into the Hydraulics Lab (1st Floor of Votey) for the
Barrett Brown Bag
next Wednesday (Oct 25th at 1:30).
Everyone is welcome. If you cannot attend on Wed., but would like to
know more about this
Professor Donna Rizzo
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The family nonprofit is led by 1976 UVM graduate Richard Barrett, a successful
entrepreneur whose career
was boosted by early internship experiences.
Richard Barrett is a 1996 UVM graduate with a degree in mechanical
benefited from an internship with
Eastman Kodak that gave him head start and led him to attend Stanford
He started his own
leasing business after graduation with sales of computers and
The business gained a global presence in 20 countries with did over a
billion dollars in
Keybank purchased his company and it is now called Key Leasing.
Richard credits his
success with his initial
internships from UVM.