Kevin Uhler, who has worked
on Southeast Community College’s Milford Campus for the past 20 years in a
variety of positions, is the newest associate dean effective March 7. Uhler
replaces Todd Roth, who left SCC in December.
want to continue to promote unity and teamwork between all facets of our
college,” Uhler said. “I am excited about helping our recently hired
instructors, who are often fresh out of industry, as they prepare to become
educators, in addition to being technical experts in their fields.”
“Kevin is passionate about
helping students overcome barriers in their educational path, and is looking
forward to this new opportunity to continue to serve our students, as well as
providing support for our excellent faculty,” said Caleb Herwick, dean of
construction, manufacturing, electronics & technology.
Uhler, a Fullerton native,
earned his Associate of Applied Science degree in the GM ASEP program at SCC,
and later came back to work as an automotive instructor in 1999. In 2018 he was
promoted to the program director for Automotive Technology, GM ASEP, Ford ASSET
and MOPAR. In 2020 he became program director for Auto Collision Repair
Technology, and then for Professional Truck Driver Training in 2021.
really like that our SCC team works together to provide well-prepared graduates
who can find great opportunities after graduation,” he said. “There is
tremendous potential for our graduates.”
he’s not working, Uhler enjoys car restoration, car races and activities. He
lives in York with his wife Laurel, four daughters and one son.