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Greg came to Duke during the famed summer of 2020 from Tufts University, where he served Executive Director of the Career Center since 2016. Greg has experience developing innovative and enduring partnerships between the career team and other campus partners, including Alumni Affairs, the First-Generation Center, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and Athletics. He successfully developed and launched a “Designing Your Life” course for first-year students and oversaw the creation of numerous career and student-alumni global networking events. He is focused on outreach to employers and alumni across a wide range of industries and nonprofit sectors and works to ensure that all students see themselves and their pathways represented in Career Center programs and initiatives.
In his 25-year career, Greg served as Executive Director of Continuing Education at Rhode Island School of Design, where he was previously Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Director of the RISD Career Center. During nearly a decade at Syracuse University, Greg taught in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, led the highly regarded First-Year and Transfer Programs office, and served as a lead with employer engagement in the Syracuse Career Center. Greg has also held positions at Colgate University and Ithaca College and taught junior high school social studies. He serves on the Board of Regents at his alma mater, Le Moyne College.
One of Greg’s favorite jobs was serving as “Scooch,” mascot for the Syracuse Mets (formerly the Syracuse Chiefs), a AAA baseball club—the same level as the Durham Bulls. That position allowed him to “be as goofy as I wanted to be, to bring joy, laughter and excitement to fans,” he said. “It offers a glimpse of my spirit, energy and enthusiasm.”
In his free-time he enjoys traveling, food (cooking and exploring new restaurants), and spending time with his partner David and puppy Faya. Greg is also a huge college sports fan and is excited to cheer on the Blue Devils.
Durham Neighborhoods Below is a list of neighborhoods that are closest to campus where a number of Duke students live. Neighborhoods with an asterisk denote proximity to a Duke bus line. There are certainly many more great neighborhoods in the City of Durham than are listed here, and many students also choose to live in nearby towns such as Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Cary, Apex, or the city of Raleigh. NearDukeGuide also has great resources on neighborhoods. Closer to West Campus Erwin/LaSalle* The Erwin/LaSalle neighborhood is the closest neighborhood to West Campus and consists entirely of apartment complexes, many of whom…
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Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Title IX FAQs Here, you’ll find information about the new Federal Title IX Regulations and their application in Duke Policies and Procedures. This list applies to both Duke University and Duke Health and is maintained and revised by Duke’s Office for Institutional Equity. The list was last revised on November 17, 2020. Review the Title IX FAQs here Mythbusters FAQs There are a number of options available to students who have experienced an incident of sex or gender-based violence, harassment, or discrimination. This FAQ list serves to help ensure access to accurate information by clarifying common…
QuadEx is an inclusive living and learning model that builds upon the history, values and spirit of Duke to enhance and integrate the social, residential, and intellectual lives of undergraduates. QuadEx structures and resources work together to strengthen on-campus communities, enable deeper exploration of intellectual interests, and support student wellbeing and growth. With QuadEx, it’s not just where you live but how you live. Visit the QuadEx site Frequently Asked Questions What? Extending the best to all Neighborhood based residential model centered around seven West Campus Quads, that will support students for their entire four years at Duke. East Campus Houses will be permanently…
Robert joined Duke University/Duke Dining in 2012 and oversaw major program transformations and renovations. Duke Dining has received numerous national awards and is recognized as one of the most innovative, dynamic, and cutting-edge collegiate dining programs in the country. Duke Dining is a self-operated dining program with over 50 dining locations that include 34 on-campus locations, Merchants-on-Points (MOPs-off-campus restaurants that deliver), and food trucks. A community-driven, sustainable, award-winning program, Duke Dining provides opportunities for culinary education and engagement with access to cooking classes, chef demos, nutrition and wellness events and special themed dinners throughout the academic year. Our goal is to provide a fresh-thinking, world-class experience, while nourishing the bodies and minds of the Duke community so they are prepared to reach their highest potential.
Robert has held Director positions at multiple universities on the East Coast including:
• University of South Carolina
• Virginia Tech University
• Greensboro College
• UNC Greensboro
When not at work Robert enjoys spending time outdoors with his grill, yard chores and exercising.
Logistics Committee The Orientation Logistics Committee provides critical student feedback, leadership, and direction to New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) as they implement Experiential Orientation. Logistics members will serve as advocates for the Orientation Week at-large and amplify the student voice and experience. The Logistics Committee will operate as extensions of New Student and Family Programs during Orientation Week and colleagues to student leaders within each Experiential Orientation Project. The Logistics Committee will be led by the Orientation Co-Chairs. Logistics will operate in sub-committees where work could include but not be limited to: Curriculum Development Coordinator(s) Mandatory Duke Sessions Orientation…
Dean Deb oversees Housing and Residence Life, including both professional and student residential staff, Housing Assignments, our first-year and upperclass campus offices, as well as our connections to many residentially based academic programs. She has a B.A. in Health Education from Montclair State University and an M.Ed. in Higher Education with an emphasis in Counseling from the University of Georgia. Deb has a passion for equity and inclusion work and most recently was part of two research efforts; “The Duke Social Relationships Project” (DSRP) and the “You @ Duke” Resilience study. She helped create the residentially based Sophomore Year Experience…
Furniture Most apartments and houses in Durham do not come with furniture. Students typically rent furnutire from a rental company, purcahse used furniture from other students or thrift stores, or purchase new furniture. Furniture Rental Companies Both companies below are popular with students. Here’s how it works: Select a furniture rental package or the specific pieces of furniture you would like to rent. Search for the package that best suits your needs, ex. a student rental package. Pay a monthly rental fee to the furniture rental company. Furniture is delivered to your residence when your lease begins and picked up…
Orientation Leader Orientation Leaders (OLs) are a diverse group of student leaders who play an essential role in welcoming first-year and transfer students to campus and creating an inclusive and welcoming Experiential Orientation Project. Orientation Leaders serve as mentors for the newest members of the Duke community and ensure a smooth transition to both Duke and Durham. Orientation Leaders are new students’ first impression of Duke University and set the tone for the Duke community and have the opportunity to help an entire class of students get off to the right start. Orientation Leaders will be expected to: Create an…