Martin L Greenwald

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Professor, Art and Design

Office:
College Hall 124
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Phone:
973 655-4142
Fax:
973 655-7206
Degree(s):
BA:New York University
BS:New York University
MS:CCNY
EdD:New York University
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Dr. Greenwald has been a faculty member at Montclair State University since 1972. He earned a B.A. in Bio-Chemistry from NYU in 1964, an M.S. in Technology Education from the City College of New York (CCNY) in 1967, and an Ed.D. in Vocational Education and Media from NYU in 1972.

Joining the Technology Education faculty at Montclair in 1972 after teaching technology education for six years in New York City, Dr. Greenwald focused his teaching in the areas of graphic arts and alternate energy conversion technology and was Chairperson of the Department from 1986 to 1996. Since 1996, as a member of the Department of Art and Design, he has concentrated in the areas of computer graphics, multimedia and industrial design.

Dr. Greenwald is the author of 12 textbooks whose topics range from the design and installation of solar and alternate energy conversion systems, residential heating system technology, three texts in graphic design and communication technology, to an interactive Compact Disk on tropical rain forests. One of his latest texts, "Images of the Tropical Forest," published in 2012, is available as a digital-only text for iPads in the iTunes Book Store. This text highlights some of the basic interactions within wet,dry, montane and coastal tropical forests. His text, "Residential Hot Water and Steam Heating," an update of a previously published text, was published in 2013 and is available from Amazon.com.

For more information, please see Dr. Greenwald's blog, "Greenwaldm.com."

Specialization

Adobe Creative Suite
Alternate energy conversions system technology
Wind and solar energy system design, installation and maintenance
Air conditioning and heating system design and installation

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Office Hours

Spring

  • Wednesday 9:00 am - 11:00 am
  • Thursday 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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