Herbert Tuttle

Professor of the Practice
Assistant Dean of Engineering, KU Edwards Campus
Director of Engineering and Project Management
Primary office:
(913) 897-8561
BEST Building 350F, Edwards Campus


Education:

  • Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (Engineering Management) , The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Master of Business Administration, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
  • Master of Science in Industrial Technology, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology, SUNY College at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York
  • Associate in Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology, SUNY Agricultural & Technical College at Alfred, Alfred, New York
  • Additional graduate studies at Kansas State University and University of Alabama Huntsville


Professional Experience:

  • Plant/Engineering Manager, Sara Lee Corporation (A Fortune 500 Company)
  • Senior Management Consultant, The Leawood Group, Ltd., (Formerly Richard Muther Associates, Now Strategos)
  • Production Manager, Colgate-Palmolive Co., Hill’s Pet Nutrition Division (A Fortune 500 Company)
  • Operations Coordinator, Project Engineer and Industrial Engineer, Riviana Foods, Inc., Colgate-Palmolive (A Fortune 500 Company)
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineer, Gulf + Western Manufacturing, Ottawa Truck (Former Fortune 500 Company) Now Kalmar Ottawa
  • Others:
    1. Fellow of the American Academy of Project Management, Certified International Project Manager
    2. Chinese Name 唐何伯 (Tang He Bo) Pronounced “tone-her-boa”
    3. Second Lieutenant in the US Air Force Auxiliary (CAP), Scout leader, Top 100 Ski Instructor, Certified Special Olympics Ski Coach

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