Three New Faculty Hired at Regional Campuses
The Management Department and the School of Accountancy have hired new faculty members in Brigham City and Moab, and the School of Accountancy has added one faculty member in the Uintah Basin.
In Brigham City, Cynthia Gibson is teaching managing organizations and people (MGT 3110) and international management (MGT 3820). She recently served as executive director of International Services at Weber State, and she has taught business courses at several universities, as well as having worked in Singapore and lectured in China. She holds a Doctor of Education degree from Oklahoma State University, an MBA from Texas A&M, and a B.S. degree from Texas A&M.
In Moab, Scott M. Allred is teaching management courses. He holds a Ph.D. in parks, recreation, and tourism management from the University of Utah, an MBA from Utah State, and a B.S. in business management from UVU. He has taught business courses, and he has professional experience as a management consultant and as president of his own firm, Allred Accounting & Financial Services.
Finally, in the Uintah Basin Rhett Hunt will be teaching introductory and intermediate accounting, cost and management accounting, and accounting information systems. He earned an accounting degree from Utah State in 2002, a Master’s of professional accountancy from the University of Utah, and he became a licensed CPA in 2008. His experience in both public and corporate accounting adds to his academic credentials.