Gregory Anderson

  • Biographical Description

    • Gregory M. Anderson, Dean

      Morgridge College of Education

      University of Denver

      Gregory M. Anderson is the Dean of the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver and a tenured Associate Professor in Education.  Before coming to DU in 2009, Dr. Anderson was an Associate Professor at Columbia University’s Teachers College, Program in Higher and Postsecondary Education.  In 2006, Anderson was granted an extended leave from Teachers College to become the higher education policy program officer for the Ford Foundation in New York.  He was responsible for overseeing one of the largest portfolios at the Foundation featuring both international and domestic higher education grants.  Anderson also sat on executive committees of multi-foundation partnerships and foundation-wide initiatives involving the United States, Africa, Central and Latin America, and Asia.  In 2008, he was appointed by the Vice-President of the Foundation’s Knowledge, Creativity and Freedom Program Division to lead a strategic planning team responsible for developing a new vision for the US and international higher education programming.  Anderson earned a PhD in sociology from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York and is currently a member of the editorial board for the Review of Higher Education.

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  • Curriculum Vitae

  • Publications

    • Books

      Anderson, Gregory M. Building a People’s University in South Africa: Race, Compensatory Education and the Limits of Democratic Reform. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., (2002).

    • Articles (peer-reviewed)

      Anderson, Gregory M.,Equity and Critical Policy Analysis in Higher
      Education: A Bridge Still Too Far,” Review of Higher Education, Volume 36, Number 1, Fall 2012 Supplement.

  • Research

    • SCHOLARLY EXPERTISE AND INTERESTS

      Sociology of Higher Education

      Socio-economic and Racial and Ethnic Inequality

      Urban and Comparative Education

      Social Change and Development

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