April 5, 2020

Four added to strengthen CEU/USU tie

Four Utah State University personnel were hired locally to further add programs to Southeastern Utah students.
Daniel Allen joins the CEU/USU team as a lecturer in entrepreneurship. Allen is teaching courses in the new entrepreneurship program. Prior to his new position, he served as associate vice president of institutional advancement auxiliaries at the College of Eastern Utah.

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Four Utah State University personnel were hired locally to further add programs to Southeastern Utah students.
Daniel Allen joins the CEU/USU team as a lecturer in entrepreneurship. Allen is teaching courses in the new entrepreneurship program. Prior to his new position, he served as associate vice president of institutional advancement auxiliaries at the College of Eastern Utah.
Allen competed his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Brigham Young University. Prior to joining CEU, Daniel had many years of business administrative experience, including serving as founder, president, and CEO of Fillmore Industrial Cooperative, Inc.
Eric Rowley has been a lecturer in the mathematics and statistics department for
USU in Logan since 1996. Prior to that, he taught at the University of Montana.
Rowley is moving to Blanding as a clinical associate professor to teach at the CEU San Juan campus as part of the partnership between CEU and USU.
He completed his bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree work at Utah State University. His dissertation was titled Alternative Assessment of Meaningful Learning of Calculus Content: A Development and Validation of Item Pools.
Steven Hawks is the executive director for USU’s Regional Campuses & Distance
Education Southeast Region, which includes Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan counties. He is located at the USU Moab center, but travels extensively throughout the region managing faculty, staff and degree programs. Hawks spent the last eight years working at BYU as a professor of community health education with an emphasis in global health and nutrition.
Amy Morris is an assistant professor of early childhood education at the CEU Price Campus, through a partnership with USU. Morris received her doctorate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in learning and cognition.
Her research interests include reading instruction and ~ literacy development. She is also Interested in the literacy development of English language learning students. She completed her dissertation research on the Navajo reservation.
Prior to her doctoral studies, Dr. Morris taught kindergarten. She also has experience teaching university level courses in reading, human development and learning theories.

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