Title: Senior Professor, College of Business & Management
Campus: Phoenix, Ariz.
Robert Diehl is a senior professor at DeVry University in the College of Business and Management where he teaches classes in the areas of project management, economics, business, technology and critical thinking. His specialties are in the areas of management, project management and critical thinking.
Mr. Diehl has been a professor at DeVry University for the last 21 years. During this time he was awarded a grant by the American Public Power Association to do research on a residential-sized solar boiler. This project was overseen by Salt River Project, a major power supplier in the Phoenix, Arizona area. He designed, fabricated and built a parabolic boiler that ran a steam engine and produced electricity for a home.
Prior to teaching at DeVry University, Mr. Diehl held management positions at Honeywell Corporation and Sperry Flight Systems Division. He is also a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Mr. Diehl holds a bachelor’s of science in aerospace engineering technology from Arizona State University and a master’s of science in operations research from Arizona State University.
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