New Associate Dean Named

UVU’s College of Engineering and Technology is pleased to announce that Dr. Keith Mulbery has been appointed as a new Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, effective January 1, 2019.

“After an exhaustive national search with many fine candidates, it was obvious the associate dean we needed to move forward was already here in our college,” said Saeed Moaveni, Dean of the College of Engineering and Technology. “Keith will be able to transition seamlessly and contribute immediately to the success of the College. He has been a great asset to the College.”

Dr. Mulbery earned his B.S. in Business Education and his M.Ed. from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and a Ph.D. in Education with an emphasis in Business Information Systems from Utah State University. Dr. Mulbery became a faculty member at UVSC in 1994, and was promoted to the rank of Professor on July 1, 2011. During the 2009-2010 academic year, he served as Interim Associate Dean for the College, and has served as the Department Chair for the Information Systems and Technology Department since July 1, 2010. Keith has also been serving on a variety of policy revision committees and is a member of the Summer School Advisory Board.

Dr. Mulbery has won numerous awards including the UVU College of Technology and Computing Faculty Excellence Award, UVSC School of Technology and Computing Teaching Award, UVU School of Technology and Computing Scholar Award, and the UVU Board of Trustees Award of Excellence. He was also selected for the Utah Valley Senior Executive Leadership Forum (UVSELF) cohort for 2017-2018. Dr. Mulbery is a renowned author and a member of many organizations including the International Association for Computer Information Systems, the National Business Education Association, and Delta Pi Epsilon.

Dr. Mulbery donated money to create the Keith R. Mulbery Endowed Scholarship for Information Systems. Several students have benefited from this scholarship fund during the past four years.

UVU’s College of Engineering and Technology (E&T) is a diversified, dynamic, award-winning college offering over 100 degrees and certificates across ten departments comprising both trades and traditional academic training. Departments include Automotive Technology, Computer Science, Construction Technologies, Culinary Arts, Digital Media, Engineering, Engineering Design Technology, Engineering Technology, Information Systems & Technology and Technology Management. More than 310 full-time and part-time faculty and staff serve over 4,800 students in a wide variety of certificates, degrees, and diplomas.