UVU Administration

Community, Economy, Engagement, UVU Administration »

[17 Jan 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

Steve Roy, UVU associate vice president of economic development

The inception of a good product or business idea might occur at a garage workbench, in a chemistry lab or even during one’s morning shower. What follows after that flash of inspiration, however, is the difference between a daydream and an actual product on a store shelf … [More]

Campus, Community, UVU Administration »

[20 Dec 2011 | One Comment | ]

Matthew S. Holland, president of Utah Valley University

As the end of the year approaches, I want to extend to you a warm holiday greeting and express my joy at having completed yet another wonderful year at Utah Valley University with all of you. We enjoyed tremendous growth and accomplishment in 2011, and I’m excited to see what awaits our institution in 2012 … [More]

Training, UVU Administration »

[30 Nov 2011 | 2 Comments | ]

Mike Rigert, program manager, University Marketing & Communications

Since not necessarily everyone at UVU knows what the University Marketing & Communications department (part of the University Relations division) does and what services it offers, we thought we’d tell you more about who we are. … [More]

Alumni, Campus, Training, UVU Administration »

[25 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

Michael Freeman, UVU Library Director

The UVU Archives is ramping up its responsibilities to be the central repository to gather and preserve the University’s history. We need to develop a campus culture of sending historical documents and materials to the archives so that we can retain our history in one central place … [More]

Alumni, Community, Engagement, UVU Administration »

[30 Sep 2011 | 3 Comments | ]

Val Hale, vice president for UVU’s University Relations

You have all seen the billboards and bus ads proclaiming Utah Valley University an “engaged” university. What does that mean? One important component of engagement deals with the institution’s involvement with local communities. Essentially, we want to be both in the community and of the community … [More]

Education, Students, UVU Administration »

[27 Sep 2011 | 4 Comments | ]

Michelle Taylor, Associate Vice President of UVU’s Enrollment Management

The mission of UVU is to provide access to higher education through an open admissions process for students with diverse academic abilities, whose skill sets prepare them for everything from developmental courses to graduate level work and all ability levels in between … [More]

Campus, Construction, UVU Administration »

[13 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]

Val Brown, UVU Director of Dining Services

This school year is turning out to be one of the busiest of any years past. The Centre Courte Food Court is now featuring brand new Subway and Costa Vida restaurants … [More]

Utah Legislature, Utah System of Higher Education, UVU Administration »

[31 Aug 2011 | 5 Comments | ]

Linda Makin, UVU’s Chief Planning, Budget, and Policy Officer

Recently the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems reported that “the Utah System of Higher Education remains one of the most cost-effective systems in the country.” But how does this efficiency impact taxpayers and students? … [More]

Campus, Students, UVU Administration »

[23 May 2011 | 3 Comments | ]

Christopher Loumeau, UVU’s 2011 student body president

The initial impression one might have about the 2011-2012 Utah Valley University Student Association is that we are a typical student government. However, what you may not realize is the incredible diversity, perspective and life experience this group possesses in addition to its goals and desires for UVU. This, we believe, sets us apart … [More]

Alumni, Education, Students, Utah System of Higher Education, UVU Administration »

[25 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]

Ian K. Wilson, UVU vice president for Academic Affairs

As Utah Valley University prepares for its 70th Commencement, which, for the first time ever, will include a full processional, many of us could probably use a crash course in academic ceremonies … [More]