Dr. Vincent J. Loffredo
Class of 1968
Dr. Loffredo currently serves as Assistant Professor and Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions in the UTMB School of Nursing. In this role, he manages the Admissions and Student Affairs Departments and is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of student services and non-academic student policies for the School of Nursing. He also serves as the liaison officer for the School of Nursing with UTMB’s institutional offices of student affairs and student services.
Dr. Loffredo's career began in the field of exercise science. He was a fitness consultant for the Dallas Cowboys-NFL, and a Personal Trainer for various fitness facilities in Dallas. He later became the Director of Exercise Physiology for DRCA Medical Corporation in Houston and spent several years as a training specialist for the City of Houston's Police Academy. During this time, he was also awarded a Doctoral Teaching Fellowship at the University of Houston, and worked as an adjunct faculty member for North Harris Community College in Physical Education. Dr. Loffredo became a founding faculty member and the Director of Wellness for Montgomery College in The Woodlands Texas. While there, he served on the Board of Directors for the Conroe YMCA. Dr. Loffredo joined the faculty at Texas A&M University–Galveston Kinesiology Department as a Senior Academic Advisor for three years. Prior to coming to UTMB, he served as the first Vice President of Academic Affairs at American Intercontinental University in Houston. He joined UTMB in 2004 as an Academic Counselor in the School of Nursing.
Dr. Loffredo earned a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Syracuse University in New York, a Master’s degree in Physical Education and a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Houston with research in the area of Curriculum and Instruction in Physical Education.
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