Learn how United States University is responding to COVID-19.
DR. EILEEN HEVERON
Dr. Heveron’s professional career spans over four decades, during which time she provided service in both university administration as well as information technology as it relates to colleges and universities. Among other roles, she has served as a Registrar, Assistant Dean, Vice President Information Technology, Assistant to the President, adjunct faculty, Provost and Chief Academic Officer. During her career, Dr. Heveron was also involved in fund raising at a university and with a non-profit organization, information technology consulting for colleges and universities with two companies, served on many WSCUC teams, and on both state and national boards of examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Dr. Heveron earned her B.S. Biological Sciences from UC Irvine, her M.A. Management from the University of Redlands, and her Ph.D. in Education from The Claremont Graduate University. Her volunteer work has included twenty three years of therapy dog volunteering at hospitals, libraries, nursing homes and the like; she now serves on the Board (Treasurer) of Paws’itive Teams and as an Instructor for the organization’s Therapy Dog Preparation Class. Eileen and her husband, Hank Beck, have been married for 31 years and live in Valley Center, CA with their four standard poodles, including Dexter, Eileen’s service dog.