Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Luke Greeley has worked for over a decade in higher education administration, leading a diverse array of projects and initiatives to improve academic offerings and the student experience. As a researcher, he studies the intersections of education and the economy from historical and philosophical perspectives. His dissertation defended the thesis that consumer education should be an essential component of public education on the basis of civic, economic, and environmental ethical frameworks. Currently, he is helping to develop and grow the Rutgers Stackable Business Innovation (rSBI) Program, a strategic initiative to provide flexible lifelong learning in innovative and disruptive knowledge domains.