Undergraduate Programs Coordinator
Geoffrey Huston came to work at Arizona State University in August of 2005, in the Morrison School of Agribusiness as the Internship Coordinator for the Professional Golf Management Program. In February 2008, Geoffrey was promoted to Assistant Director and in August of 2011 was promoted to Director of the Professional Golf Management Program. In February of 2014, Geoffrey joined the W. P. Carey School Business Career Center team as a Career Coach at the Polytechnic campus along with continuing as Director of the Professional Golf Management Program. In August of 2014, Geoffrey accepted the position as Undergraduate Programs Coordinator responsible for student engagement, business career services, and admissions/recruiting for the W. P. Carey School of Business at the Polytechnic Campus.
Geoffrey earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University in Agribusiness from the Morrison School of Agribusiness in 2003. In 2009, Geoffrey graduated from Arizona State University with the degree of Master of Science Agribusiness in the W. P. Carey School of Business.
In 2005, Geoffrey was named Outstanding Alumni of the Morrison School of Agribusiness for his contributions to the Morrison School of Agribusiness prior to coming to work at Arizona State University.
In 2008, Geoffrey received the Horton Smith Award for dedication, leadership, and outstanding contributions to education. This award is given once a year to outstanding educators and Geoffrey was chosen for the award, which had over 1400 nominees.