August 27, 2012
Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Veteran Joins the College of Professional and Continuing Education
Boston, MA – August 27, 2012 – Wentworth Institute of Technology’s College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) announced today that industry professional Phil Hammond joined its team as the new director of CPCE graduate programs. He brings 35 years of experience, serving in private, public, and non-profit roles within the architectural, engineering, and construction industries. Hammond will play a key role in leading Wentworth’s newest master’s degree programs in construction management and facility management.
“I see myself as the connector for young professionals to industry, helping them advance in their careers,” said Hammond. “I always say we’re educating the next generation, building the next generation of leaders within the built environment.”
In this key leadership role, Hammond will contribute to curriculum design, development, and assessment; advise adult learners enrolled in CPCE’s graduate programs; and recruit and select industry practitioners as adjunct faculty members. Hammond will also implement integrated marketing plans and conduct on-going market research of industry trends in support of graduate programs.
“We are thrilled to have Phil joining our team and are excited about his industry knowledge and the passion he has for making a difference in the lives of our adult learners,” said Larry Carr, dean of the College of Professional and Continuing Education.
More information about CPCE’s graduate programs in construction management and facility management, as well as upcoming information sessions, can be found at www.wit.edu/continuinged.
- Dennis Nealon