Professor Emeritus, Anthropology/Sociology
Greg began teaching at GCC in 1976. He was a Professor of Anthropology and has taught courses in Sociology and Human Ecology, now environmental studies. Greg was the co-founder of the Human Ecology curriculum and its experiential laboratory Project TEME which gained national and international acclaim. Greg was an innovator and one of the first faculty to use computer technology in the classroom. For over 15 years Greg has taught online courses and still offers at least one section online in Cultural Anthropology [ANT 104] each year and occasionally in summer sessions. Greg developed an online section in Principles of Sociology which is also periodically offered. Greg served as the chair of the college’s Information Resource Management committee and was a member of the Technology Advisory committee. He served as a faculty mentor through the Faculty Instructional Technology Support group which assisted in the support and training of faculty interested in developing curricula involving distance learning and the use of technology in the classroom. Greg started his college education at Boston University, and has a Masters of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts.