Bob Mulvey

Associate Professor
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Bob Mulvey worked for 25 years at the Counseling and Advising Center at Berklee. He transitioned to become a part-time faculty member in the Professional Music Department, where he has taught for 18 years. Mulvey specializes in teaching supportive course work and adjustment to college courses to first-semester students.

Career Highlights
  • Leader of Exit 42, a pop cover band in suburban Boston
  • Performed at WorldFest, an annual concert at Boston Conservatory at Berklee that features an array of culturally diverse musical performances
  • Two-time winner of the Berklee Recognition and Acknowledgment of Staff Support (BRASS) Award
  • Recipient of President’s Award in 1996 for ongoing service to the college
In Their Own Words

“I hope that students in my courses leave with an overall understanding of college survival skills, including time management, habits of practicing, and accessing the support services at Berklee.”

“Having worked with professional musicians and students of music for more than 25 years, I have come to understand the academic skills for success at Berklee and how they translate into the professional skills that are necessary for a successful career in music.”