As Vice Provost, Greg provides strategic, budgetary, and organizational leadership of Lehigh’s Library and Technology Services (an organization that includes Lehigh’s Libraries, Technology Services, and the CITL). In this role, he has been involved in innovative library space renovations, strategic planning and implementation, organizational development, budgetary planning, assessment, accreditation, student success initiatives, and collaboratively developing strategies for research computing, digital scholarship support, classroom planning, and online learning.
As Director of the CITL, he works together with other faculty and staff to foster excellence in teaching and learning. The CITL includes the following areas: Faculty Development, Instructional Technology, Writing Across the Curriculum, Digital Scholarship, Research Computing, Distance Education & Online Operations, Learning Space Technology and Design. Greg has offered professional development workshops on a wide range of topics, including effective mentorship, active learning, project-based learning, fundamentals of effective teaching, teacher development for graduate students, inclusive teaching, effective integration of instructional technology, conducting classroom observations, digital humanities, principles of effective lecturing, and facilitating great discussions.
Greg also teaches in Lehigh’s Philosophy Department. He has taught freshman seminars, Introduction to Philosophy, Philosophy East and West, Philosophy of Technology, Eastern Philosophy, Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (Hegel and Nietzsche), Philosophy of Film, Philosophy of Education, the Technology Research and Communication (TRAC) Writing Fellows Seminar and South Mountain College Seminar and Investigation courses.