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About Anne M Arendt

I am an associate professor and department chair in Technology Management. I have been at Utah Valley University for 15 years in various roles. I am also currently the faculty senate interim vice president and served in the role of interim associate dean in the College of Technology and Computing last year. I have a Doctorate of Education in Higher Education from Utah State University, a Master of Business Administration in Information Systems from Carlson School of Management at University of Minnesota, a Master of Science in Educational Change and Technology Innovation from Walden University, a Bachelor of Arts in English from University of Minnesota, and am American Society of Quality Six Sigma Black Belt certified. I am a champion for education overall because I believe it provides tools to make informed decisions, synthesize ideas, formulate and achieve life goals, and critically evaluate relevant issues. It is an avenue to help you define and determine your future.  While education is not made for guarantees, it is most certainly made for opportunity creation.


Present Asst. Professor, Technology Management, Utah Valley University

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • 2016 Full Time Faculty of the Year Award. Wolverine Achievement Award
  • North American Advisory Council for the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance (DynAA) 2014-2015 first place in annual DynAA Instructional Award for ““Implementing the Microsoft Dynamics Student Certificate Program: Process and Curriculum” February, 2015
  • Utah Valley University Faculty Senate Faculty Excellence Award for the College of Technology and Computing, February 2014.


  • Technology Management
  • Technology and Human Life


2006 - 2009 Ed.D., Utah State University
1996 - 1999 MBA, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities ‐ Carlson School of Management
1995 - 1998 M.S., Walden University

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