Greg Wilson is Dean of Applied Technology at Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona. During his presentation, Applied Technology: Fueling Economic Growth, he addresses how Pima Community College helps develop the community through industry-driven programs.
Greg has worked at Pima Community College for over 20 years. He developed training programs with industry partners when he joined the College in 2001, and he has served as the Dean of Applied Technology since 2014. He leads some of the College’s exciting technical programs, including Automation/Robotics, Automotive, Aviation, Building and Construction, Computer-Aided Design, Energy Technology, Machining, and Welding.
Prior to joining Pima, Greg developed industry training curricula with The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). He graduated from the University of Virginia and earned his master’s degree from Duke University.