Edward J. Roberts - Instructional Dean, Applied Technology and Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education
Ed Roberts joined the Montgomery College faculty in 1992 as an associate professor and program coordinator for Building Trades Technology, a new program located in the recently built Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education. In 2000, Mr. Roberts was appointed acting dean of Applied Technologies and the Gudelsky Institute; shortly thereafter, he was selected as the instructional dean. With over thirty years of experience in education and technical training, Mr. Roberts began his career as an industrial arts high school teacher in New Jersey. He also taught at several universities, conducted professional training in the public and private sectors, and served as a program director with the Mid-Atlantic Centers for Race and Sex Equity at The American University, providing consultation and technical assistance to public school systems throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. He served as director of the Building Industry Institute, Inc., an organization affiliated with the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association. Mr. Roberts earned a certificate in Architectural Design and Building Construction Technology from Temple University Technical Institute, a B.S. in Occupational Education from Southern Illinois University, and an M.A. from Glassboro (now Rowan) State University. He has completed all but the dissertation for a Ph.D. in Industrial Education at the University of Maryland, College Park.
The Applied Technologies Department offers associate in applied science degree programs in Architecture, Construction Management, Geography, and Interior Design. Each program offers a certificate option and letters of recognition. The programs are comprehensive, focusing on theory and experience through practical application activities.
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The Homer S. Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education is a public-private, joint venture providing state-of-the-art technical education and training opportunities for the community. The programs are a direct result of ongoing partnerships with local business and industry to identify and respond to the technical training needs of our community. The Gudelsky Institute offers instructional programs in four primary program areas:
Each area offers seven instructional delivery options:
Customized Contract Training
On-Site and Off-Site Training
Long or Short Term Training
Associates of Applied Science Degrees
Credit and Non-credit Courses