Greg was born and raised in Wheaton, Illinois. He was blessed with great teachers growing up, who fostered his love and passion for history. During his undergraduate years, Greg decided to use his love for history to help kids appreciate history by becoming a teacher.
Research interests: Curriculum and the History of Education.
Recent professional developments: Served 5 years as Upper School Teacher and also served as Athletic Director at Morning Star Academy, a Classical Christian School in Bettendorf, IA.
Post-graduation plans: My current goal is to teach history and serve as an administrator after graduation.
Extracurricular academic activities: Graduate Research Assistantship with Hillsdale Academy and conducting research for The President’s Office.
What brought you to Hillsdale?
I came back to Hillsdale College to learn how to be a leader at a Classical School. The fact that Hillsdale College’s Master’s Program is tailored specifically for Classical Education made this the perfect program for my professional goals.
What is distinctive about Hillsdale’s Graduate School of Classical Education?
This Graduate School aims to teach us about every aspect of classical education. We are not simply learning about state standards and what kinds of classes to teach. We look at foundational components of education: from philosophy of education to policy to how to best educate the soul of man.
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