Dr. Victor Berlin

Dr. Berlin’s 30 years of experience in the federal sector and higher education has enabled him to provide the guidance necessary for the accomplishments of the University of Fairfax.  Prior to becoming president of the University of Fairfax Dr. Berlin has served on the faculty of the graduate school of management at Boston College, as Chief of Experimental Methods in the Experimental Technology Incentives Program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, as Director of the Center of IT Education at Anteon Corporation a(now GDIT) and on the faculty of the Keller Graduate School of Management.  In addition he served in executive or acacdemic adminsitrative positions at General Communications, Potomac College and Rockwell University..
At the Boston College Graduate School of Management, Dr. Berlin introduced a project driven curriculum for MBA students in the Production and Operations Management course.  MBA students in this course formed small consulting teams of 5 students. These teams identified and secured “client” organizations facing operations management challenges.  These teams utilized the operations management tools to create proposals and ultimately solutions for their clients.
In 1996 Anteon International Corporation recruited Dr. Berlin to become the Director for the Center for IT Education.   Fairfax, Virginia The Center for IT Education provided courses Oracle Software Development and JAVA Development for technical professionals. In 2000 Anteon executives decided to establish Rockwell University to offer master’s degrees in e-commerce. The State of Virginia approved Rockwell University to enroll students in November 2000, but in June 2001, before any students enrolled Anteon sold Rockwell University to Pinnacle Software Solutions, a technology training company.  Dr. Berlin remained with Rockwell until December 2001.

Dr. Victor Berlin’s 30 years of experience in the federal sector and higher education has enabled him to provide the guidance necessary for the accomplishments of the University of Fairfax.  Prior to becoming president of the University of Fairfax Dr. Berlin has served on the faculty of the graduate school of management at Boston College, as Chief of Experimental Methods in the Experimental Technology Incentives Program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, as Director of the Center of IT Education at Anteon Corporation a(now GDIT) and on the faculty of the Keller Graduate School of Management.  In addition Dr. Berlin served in executive or acacdemic adminsitrative positions at General Communications, Potomac College and Rockwell University..

At the Boston College Graduate School of Management, Dr. Berlin introduced a project driven curriculum for MBA students in the Production and Operations Management course.  MBA students in this course formed small consulting teams of 5 students. These teams identified and secured “client” organizations facing operations management challenges.  These teams utilized the operations management tools to create proposals and ultimately solutions for their clients.

In 1996 Anteon International Corporation recruited Dr. Berlin to become the Director for the Center for IT Education.   Fairfax, Virginia The Center for IT Education provided courses Oracle Software Development and JAVA Development for technical professionals. In 2000 Anteon executives decided to establish Rockwell University to offer master’s degrees in e-commerce. The State of Virginia approved Rockwell University to enroll students in November 2000, but in June 2001, before any students enrolled Anteon sold Rockwell University to Pinnacle Software Solutions, a technology training company.  Dr. Berlin remained with Rockwell until December 2001.

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