David Vuletich is a Director of Member Education at EAB, responsible for the delivery of strategic research and professional development workshops on a variety of K-12 and higher education industry topics. David’s core focus areas are academic affairs, business affairs, facilities, university research, and independent school strategy.
David’s expertise in education comes from a background that has included numerous touchpoints with the industry. David worked for the American Institutes for Research as a content leader on a team tasked with the redesign of a nationally administered professional school admissions test and was a summer Associate at Huron Consulting. Prior to this he worked in the SUNY system at the College at Brockport as both non-tenure track and tenure track Assistant Professor of Biochemistry. During his time at the college, he helped launch a new biochemistry major, won a Cottrell College Science Award that helped fund an undergraduate research program, and led a special taskforce to redesign the chemistry major to ensure on-time graduation for future high school teachers. From these experiences, David has gained an insightful perspective on the challenges facing a variety of stakeholders at education institutions.
David has earned bachelor’s degrees in astrophysics and chemical physics from Michigan State University, a dual-title Ph.D. in biochemistry and astrobiology from the Pennsylvania State University, and an MBA from Indiana University’s Kelley Direct online program.