NDNU Names Judith Maxwell Greig Executive Vice President and Provost
Gregory White named Interim Dean of Arts and Humanities, and Sciences
Belmont, CA, September 26, 2006 — Notre Dame de Namur University has named Provost Judith Maxwell Greig as Executive Vice President, a new position, effective immediately, NDNU President John Oblak announced. Dr. Greig was named interim provost for the 2005 – 2006 academic year and the position was made permanent earlier this year.
NDNU also announced the appointment of Gregory B. White, Ph.D as interim Dean of the Schools of Arts and Humanities, and Sciences. Dr. White was formerly Associate Provost and Director of Institutional Research.
As executive vice president Dr. Greig will play a more active role in the administrative and operational affairs of the University and will be NDNU’s second highest ranking executive officer as well as the University’s senior academic officer.
“Dr. Greig is one of those rare people who have tackled both the administrative and academic sides of university life and excelled in both arenas,” said NDNU President John Oblak. “Her courage and foresight, both as an administrator and as an academic, have contributed significantly to the growth and vitality of NDNU.”
Over the past 19 years, Dr. Greig has served NDNU as an Assistant Professor, Professor, and Dean of the School of Education, Interim Vice President of Finance and Administration and Interim Vice President of Development. She holds a BA from Wheaton College, an MA from Santa Clara University, and an MA and Ph.D. from Stanford University.
Dr. White holds a BA from the University of Rochester and an MA and Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles. He was named Director of Institutional Research in 2000, Assistant Provost in 2001, and Associate Provost in 2005. Prior to assuming administrative duties, Dr. White was a Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science for seven years. He has also taught at Occidental College, St. Mary’s College, and UCLA.