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longtime university administrator Moseley to retire

David Moseley, pictured here at the April 16 Brown Hall dedication ceremony, will retire at the end of June.

David Moseley, senior vice president for administration and finance, will be retiring on June 30 after a 22 year career at Arkansas Tech.

“Mr. Moseley has many outstanding accomplishments throughout his career at Arkansas Tech University, which includes overseeing construction and renovation projects that have changed the appearance of Arkansas Tech University’s campus,” Cheryl Moody, institutional assistant in the Finance and Administration Department, said.

Throughout his career at Tech, Moseley has provided leadership for many different projects, adding up to a total of more than $260 million in campus improvements, according to arkansastechnews.com.

Nutt Hall, Baswell Hall, Chamber’s Cafeteria and Jill Lestage Brown and Robert C. Brown Hall are just a few of the projects that Moseley has overseen during his time at Tech.

“David Moseley’s wise stewardship of our financial resources has permitted the university to grow and flourish,” Dr. Robin E. Bowen, Arkansas Tech president, said in a university news release.

“As a result, we have dramatically improved our academic facilities, residence halls, dining facilities and services for our students during his tenure. We would not be an institution with more than 12,000 students and the most beautiful campuses in Arkansas without the efforts of Mr. Moseley and the many talented and dedicated staff members that he has led. We will miss him greatly, and we wish him the very best in retirement,” Bowen said in a university news release.

Moody said Moseley leads his staff by showing his support for them.

“It makes me want to do my very best,” Moody said. “I feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to work with him.”