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Staff> Gregory Spear
Greg advises on service learning abroad programs as well as other faculty-led short-term programs. He is also the advisor and Rutgers campus liaison for the Clinton Global Initiative University, and is the lead coordinator for the Rutgers-USAID Research and Innovation Fellowship program.
In these roles, he works closely with faculty members and students involved in a wide array of global programs and activities, ranging from developing service learning programs, advising students on summer study abroad options, and global social entrepreneurship opportunities.
Greg's first international experience was in 2008 when he studied abroad for the fall semester in Florence, Italy. After graduating, Greg spent several months teaching English in economically disadvantaged public schools in southern Italy.
Greg obtained his M.A. from Rutgers University in global and comparative history in 2015, and his B.A. from Rutgers University in 2010.