Ph.D. Syracuse University
Gerald S. Edmonds joined Project Advance in 1991 as part of the evaluation team, becoming associate director in 1994 and director in 2002. In addition to overall responsibility for Project Advance, he administers the college learning strategies, computer engineering, and economics courses. Edmonds served as the founding president (2002) for the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) and was elected to a second term as president (2004-2006). His research interests lie in applying technology to instructional settings and improving school-college partnerships. He has presented papers at several national conferences including NACEP, High Schools that Work, the Association on Educational Communication and Technology, and the Eastern Education Research Association. His publications include research on knowledge management, instructional design models, and change. Edmonds regularly teaches IDE 651:Message Design and Digital Media and IDE 632:Instructional Development II in the School of Education, and MAR 356:Marketing Research in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.