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Jerome E. Levy is currently a consultant with Northeastern University. Mr. Levy, along with his colleagues, led the development of the innovative curriculum of a 52-week course of The Gordon Institute for company sponsored students with engineering leadership potential. He was also involved in the recruitment of faculty for the engineering management program.
In addition, Mr. Levy assisted in defining the mission and policies of the school for preparation for accreditation. He was the first Associate Director at founding of The Gordon Institute, and subsequently, became Dean. Mr. Levy received his B.Sc. from the City College of New York, and an M.A. from New York University in Teaching of Mathematics.
During his rewarding career, he was awarded the Legion of Merit by the United States Navy "for this development of a curriculum and training technique . . . and by his personal contributions in the field of electronics greatly furthered the progress of radar development."