Greg Lorenz

Urban Studies Program Director-Wartburg West

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Doctor of Philosophy:
Education and Human Resource Studies,
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Postsecondary Teaching Certificate

MicroMasters Certificate: In Progress
Digital Leadership
Boston University via edX

Master of Arts:
Kinesiology: Emphasis: Biomechanics
The University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado

Bachelor of Science:
Exercise and Sport Science: Emphasis: Wellness Program Management
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado

Dr. Greg Lorenz, the Director of Wartburg West and a faculty member in the Center for Integrative & Interdisciplinary Studies, directs all academic, administrative and operational facets of the Wartburg West program. In this role, he teaches a variety of courses, facilitates and supervises internships, and coordinates the student life aspects of the Wartburg West programs. He visits campus periodically to meet with students interested in the Wartburg West program.

Dr. Lorenz holds close to 20 years of higher education experience. Prior to joining Wartburg College, he served as the Vice President and as a board member for the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE), served as the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Chair for the College of Arts & Sciences at Johnson & Wales University, Denver Campus and was the Dean of Experiential Education for the JWU system, among other faculty and administrative roles.