Metropolitan State University
The goal of MSU Denver “is to become the preeminent public urban university in the nation.” That’s a high bar, but MSU Denver is well on its way to meeting that goal guided by their Five Strategic Themes, that include Student and Academic Success as well as Community Engagement and Regional Stewardship.
Tim began his career as an electrical engineering student and rose to Senior Executive status with the United States Department of Energy. He helped provided low-cost electric power to not-for-profit entities such as electric cooperatives and municipalities across the western United States.
Just before arriving at Metropolitan State University of Denver, he oversaw the Management and Operations contractors at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The laboratory’s mission is to develop breakthroughs and support sustainable energy solutions.
Tim has a Bachelors of Science, Electrical Engineering from California State University, Sacramento and a Masters of Engineering, Engineering Management from University of Colorado, Boulder. He is a registered Professional Engineer in California. He loves to camp and travel in his spare time.
Throughout his professional career, Tim has mentored many individuals. He enjoys helping others reach their goals. This led him to assist the Civic Engagement Program at Metropolitan State University of Denver which stewards the Puksta Scholars Program.