Stephen Healey, PhD
Prof. Tarek Sobh, PhD, PE
Executive Vice President for Research & Economic Development;
Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Computer Science
He is responsible for sponsored research, innovation, scholarship and economic development activities at the University. He is also the founding director of the renowned Interdisciplinary Robotics, Intelligent Sensing, and Control (RISC) Research Laboratory and a Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Computer Science.
Chief Operating Officer;
Vice President for Finance
He is responsible for the University’s business, financial, and administrative services. Major responsibilities include administrative services, budgeting and planning, financial accounting, endowment, and investment management. The Office is composed of Financial Services, Human Resources, Information Technology, Print and Mail Center, and Student Administrative Services.
Vice President for Marketing & Communications
She oversees all marketing and branding initiatives for the University with oversight of the top levels of the website, publications, social media, video, photography, and special projects. As the chief storyteller, she works with departments and units across campus to spread the word about the amazing and innovative work of the University of Bridgeport faculty, students, and alumni.
Louis R. Izzi, Jr.
Vice President for Enrollment Management and Athletics
Lou oversees all functions related to recruitment, admissions, financial aid and athletics. His work includes directing and supporting efforts for undergraduate, graduate, international and online student enrollment, working with the entire campus community to achieve shared goals. He also oversees the daily operation of UB's Department of Athletics' 13 NCAA Division II varsity sports.
Vice President for Advancement
As Vice President of Advancement, Marie is charged with garnering support to the University for operational priorities, endowment, scholarship, and capital projects. She oversees the work of Annual Giving, Major Gifts, Planned Giving, Advancement Services, and Alumni Relations. The Advancement Office strives to build lifelong relationships that engage the time, loyalty, intellectual, and financial resources of individuals in support of the University of Bridgeport’s mission.
Khaled Elleithy, PhD
Interim Dean of the College of Engineering, Business and Education
As Dean of the College of Engineering, Business and Education, he is responsible for the supervision of faculty, staff and student affairs, development and delivery of curricula and management of accreditation processes.
Manyul Im, PhD
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences;
He oversees liberal arts programs as well those in the Shintaro Akatsu School of Design, the School of Public and International Affairs, and the School of Professional Studies, to provide full and part-time degrees in areas of design, humanities, fine arts, mathematics, natural science, social science, and applied science.
Dr. Carol Papp, DNP, MS, RN-BC
Dean of the College of Health Sciences;
Director of the School of Nursing
She is responsible for the strategic plan and vision for the College. The Dean ensures the effective delivery of its educational programs and fosters integrative programs among disciplines within the College and inter-professional practice among its faculty and students.
Vice Provost for Online Learning, Digital Services & Strategic Initiatives
He is responsible for online program development, new digital initiatives, and furthering the University’s mission concerning technology-enabled teaching and learning. Also serving as the University’s chief technology officer, he supervises Information Technology and its related service units.
Sara Connolly, PhD
Director of the Bridgeport Plan
The assistant provost focuses primarily on student success and achievement. She directs a talented team to support students through the Heckman Center for The Bridgeport Plan. She ensures that UB students are afforded the opportunities needed to reach the career they desire as well as the support they need to succeed in college. She takes the lead handling student appeals, and collaborates with the Registrar, faculty, and provost to review policies affecting first-year students.
Desi Imetovski, Esq.
Dean of Students
He leads the University’s retention efforts, supports its commitment to diversity and service, and serves as the chief advocate for student concerns. Highly visible and approachable, he oversees the leadership, management, development, and coordination of student affairs programs and activities throughout the division.
Chief of Staff;
Assistant Secretary of the Board of Trustees
She serves as a senior advisor to the President and coordinates the execution of University-wide initiatives and governance, as well as special projects involving senior staff and its priorities. In addition to directing the daily operations of the President’s office and resolving complex issues, the Chief of Staff also provides thought leadership to the president’s strategic messaging to university stakeholders, and oversees the work of the Board of Trustees.
Chief Operating Officer for Administration & Facilities
Responsible for Facilities Planning and Construction, Campus Safety and Security, Dining Services, Facilities Maintenance, and Campus Management and Conferencing Services.