Kate Creveling was nominated by her peers and selected by the College’s Staff Advisory Committee as the recipient of the UC Davis College of Engineering’s first annual Outstanding Staff Awards. She is one of four winners to receive the award. The award recognizes and honors staff whose performance demonstrates a strong commitment to the mission and vision of the college.
Kate Creveling is the undergraduate program coordinator and academic advisor for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UC Davis. Kate serves as the primary contact and advisor for over 700 undergraduate ECE students, providing advising, counseling and referrals to campus resources as needed. She also coordinates outreach, transfer admission, and curriculum changes for the department and serves on various campus committees including the Advisor Training and Professional Development Task Force and the Outstanding Student Awards Committee. Outside of UC Davis, Kate is involved in the National Academic Advising Association where she has presented at multiple regional conferences and will present at the 2017 national conference. She will also serve on NACADA’s Region 9 Steering Committee for 2018-2020. Before joining UC Davis in the fall of 2013, she worked in residence life at the University of South Carolina, where she also earned her master’s degree in higher education and student affairs. Kate hails from the great state of Florida and remains and avid Gators fan.