Gregg Cox named dean of Lynn’s “core” college
Published Nov. 05, 2009
Gregg Cox, who has been with Lynn since 1981, was recently named dean of Lynn’s College of Liberal Education, in addition to his role as academic dean. At Lynn’s welcome convocation for incoming freshman in September, the faculty carried in a new gonfalon, “or rather a newly revised one,” said President Kevin Ross at the annual State of the University address in October.
The former College of Arts and Sciences was renamed the College of Liberal Education this year to signify its “status at the very literal heart of our core undergraduate curriculum,” said Ross. The college houses the courses students take under Lynn’s new innovative core curriculum, The Dialogues of Learning.
Source: Gregg Cox has held a number of roles at Lynn University during his tenure including math professor, golf coach and dean. Specifically, he has been a mathematics and computer science instructor, mathematics department chair, dean of freshmen, women’s golf coach, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and acting dean of the College of Education. Currently, Cox holds the positions of dean of the College of Liberal Education and academic dean.
Cox, a resident of Lake Worth, Fla., earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from the University of Florida. He continued his education at Florida Atlantic University earning a Master’s of Education, Education Specialist certificate and Doctor of Education.
For additional information on Cox and Lynn’s new College of Liberal Education, please contact Laura Vann at email@example.com or call 561-237-7967 (o) / 561-289-0159 (c).