Dr. Gregg is the Dean of the College of Natural and Health Sciences and a professor in Audiology and Speech-Language Sciences, with a specialization in speech-language pathology. She joined the UNC community in 1987, following a few years as a faculty member at a small college in New York City. “Throughout my UNC career I have been fortunate to work with outstanding students and exceptional colleagues, whose dedication to teaching, learning and discovery inspire me,” she says.
Dr. Gregg received her education at Northwestern University (1974, 1975) and the University of Colorado-Boulder (1982). In recent years she’s had the opportunity for professional development in higher education leadership through the Harvard Institutes for Higher Education Management Development Program and in distance education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before becoming a faculty member, she worked in educational and clinical settings providing assessment and treatment services to children and adolescents with language disorders and language-based learning disabilities.
Biological sciences, chemistry and biochemistry, earth and atmospheric sciences, human sciences, mathematical sciences, nursing, physics and astronomy, sport and exercise science.
Mathematics and Science Teaching Institute, Mathematics Teacher Leadership Center, National Institute for Nursing Education and Scholarship, Rocky Mountain Cancer Rehabilitation Institute (RMCRI), Sport Marketing Research Institute.