The Utah College of Applied Technology has selected David R. Woolstenhulme, a Utah State University administrator, to lead its Roosevelt campus.
Woolstenhulme has worked for USU's Uintah Basin regional campus since 1997 in a variety of administrative capacities. He has been a member of the Roosevelt City Council and has served on several community committees and boards. He was also a teacher and coach at Duchesne High School and has owned several businesses.
"President Woolstenhulme has demonstrated positive relationships with the citizens of the Uintah Basin and is well-prepared to assume the [Uintah Basin Applied Technology College] presidency," UCAT president Rob Brems said in a statement. "He has a proven track record as an excellent administrator and will serve the technical education needs of students, business and industry well."