Curtis Reynolds Earns Promotion at the University of Florida

Curtis Reynolds was promoted to vice president for business affairs at the University of Florida. He was serving as assistant vice president for physical plant at the university. Prior to joining the University of Florida administration in July 2010, he was vice provost for facilities management at Miami Dade College. From 1993 to 2006, Reynolds was an administrator at the University of Alabama Birmingham, rising to the rank of executive director for administration.

Reynolds holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Alabama Birmingham and an MBA from the University of Alabama.

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