Greg Chesney

Greg Chesney
Senior Project Engineer at L-3 Integrated Systems Group

 Greg Chesney

Greg Chesney has a BS in electrical engineering from Southern Methodist University and an MBA in engineering management from University of Dallas. With over 34 years at L-3 Communications in Greenville, Texas (formerly part of E-Systems and Raytheon) working on intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems, Greg has served as designer of digital signal processing (DSP) electronics, software, and algorithms; manager of hardware and software products; and Deputy Director of Product Development. Currently, he serves as a Senior Project Engineer supporting design and implementation of ISR air and ground systems worldwide. Greg has a Six Sigma Expert (Black Belt) certification and has taught digital electronics at Eastfield Community College and statistics at Texas A&M University – Commerce.

Education

BSEE – Southern Methodist University

MBA in Engineering Management – University Of Dallas

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Faculty, Staff Nurture Partnership, Build Relationships in Avila

This past 2017-18 school year, the University of Dallas began an exchange program with the Catholic University of Avila (Universidad Católica de Ávila, or UCAV) in Spain, sponsored by the European Union's Erasmus program. In August 2017, UD hosted a faculty and a staff member from UCAV here in Irving; in May and July 2018, faculty and staff from UD visited Avila, a medieval fortress city with numerous churches and historical associations with St. Theresa.

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Trustees Announce Presidential Search Committee

The University of Dallas Board of Trustees is pleased to share several updates regarding the search for a new university president. Richard Husseini, BS '88, current vice chair of the board and executive committee member, will chair the search committee for a new university president. This committee represents a cross section of the UD community, including trustees, faculty, an academic dean, a National Alumni Board representative, a member with senior staff experience, and the current student government president.

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