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Jonathan Ketcham: Sharing great ideas

With a dad who has a PhD in theology, and a mom who taught computer information systems and wrote textbooks at Baylor University, Jonathan Ketcham had a pretty good idea what he was signing up for when he entered academia.

“Honestly, I’m just a research nerd,” Jonathan says. “My job requires creativity, analytical skills, good writing, and math. It’s fun to start with a blank document and end up with 70 pages of new knowledge.”

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Raghu Santanam: Imparting knowledge, inspiring minds

Raghu joined ASU fresh out of his PhD program at SUNY Buffalo in 1998, and has been at W. P. Carey for two decades.

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Jessie Wang: A dream come true

Working at W. P. Carey is a dream come true for Assistant Professor of Finance Jiaxu (Jessie) Wang.

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Greg Dawson: Accounting awesomeness

Clinical Associate Professor Greg Dawson never thought he'd be teaching at a university.

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Matthew Semadeni: Excited by innovation

"I came from a background in consulting.

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Kevin Dooley: Always experimenting

Kevin J. Dooley is a Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management in the W.P.

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Ruth Bolton: Finding community

W. P. Carey Marketing Professor Ruth Bolton discovered early on that she had a liking and a talent for econometrics.

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Kevin Hong: Balancing teaching with research

Yili (Kevin) Hong has always lived in large, diverse cities.

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Hank Bessembinder: Pursuing unexpected passions

Hank Bessembinder didn't have the slightest inkling he would spend his career as a professor...

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Scott Webster: Embracing challenges

Scott Webster is the Bob Herberger Arizona Heritage Chair in Supply Chain Management at the W. P. Carey School of Business.

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Trevis Certo: Rethinking research

“My dad is a professor. My sister is a professor.

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Adegoke Oke: Inspired by innovation

“In high school, a professor from a local university came to speak about his career in engineering.

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Mark Manfredo: A passion for collaboration

“You should always be concerned about people with a lot of titles,” says Mark Manfredo, with a laugh.

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