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Ken Huus `93

Huus PictureKen Huus `93 earned an undergraduate degree in chemistry from Earlham in 1993, and an MBA with a focus in quality and process improvement from Miami University in 2000. While at Earlham, Ken was an athlete (football, golf, and soccer), dorm president (Hoerner and Warren/Wilson), and chemistry tutor. His favorite Earlham memories include time spent practicing, traveling, and competing with teammates; study abroad in England with Paul Lacey, and identifying unknown substances in senior chemistry courses.

Following graduation, Ken worked in the Admissions Office at Earlham for eight years before leaving the College in 2003 to be the Dean of Admissions at Sweet Briar College (VA). He served in that capacity for 8 years, leaving Sweet Briar in 2011 to be the vice president of enrollment at Moravian College (PA). In 2013, Ken moved to South Carolina to serve as the vice president of enrollment at Columbia College (SC). In 2017, Ken joined Ruffalo Noel Levitz where he serves as an enrollment consultant. Ken is married and lives outside of Columbia, SC with his wife, Beth. He began his term on the Alumni Council in 2018, and is currently a member of the Athletics Committee.

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