Dr. Ben Greene
Assistant Professor, Coordinator of Secondary K-12 Undergrad Ed.
Coordinator Secondary/K-12 & Middle Grades Graduate Education
About Dr. Greene
Dr. Greene received an AB degree in Math Education from UNC-CH, an MAT degree in Math Education from Duke University, Administrative Certification from UNC Charlotte, an Ed. S. degree in Educational Administration from ASU, and an Ed. D. degree in Educational Administration from UNC-CH. He has thirty six years of experience in public education and nine years at Campbell University. He taught math, primarily pre-calculus, at East Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte. He was an assistant principal for four years, a junior high principal for nine years and a high school principal for eleven years. After retirement he went back into teaching and taught math at the junior high level for four years. At Campbell he coordinates our Secondary/K12 programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and our Middle Grades programs at the graduate level.