Anderson joined Wake Forest in 1984 as a vice president. He is also a professor of counselor education. Anderson serves on a number of education and technology-related boards, including the IBM Higher Education Advisory Council, the IBM Global Education Council, the Winston-Salem Technology Council and the Idealliance board and executive committee.
At Georgia Institute of Technology, Anderson received a doctorate in engineering mechanics, master of science degrees in engineering mechanics and applied mathematics, and a bachelor of science degree in applied mathematics. He also earned a master of business administration degree at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a master of arts degree in education (counselor education program) at Wake Forest.
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