Greg Worthington

Greg  Worthington

Educational Leadership & Policy

Ph.D. in Educational Policy and Planning, The University of Texas at Austin, expected 2021
M.Ed. in Educational Policy and Planning, The University of Texas at Austin, 2015
B.S. in Mathematics, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2007

Email: gregory.worthington@utexas.edu
View Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
 

Greg is a doctoral candidate in the Educational Policy and Planning Doctoral Program. He has earned a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics at the University of Texas at San Antonio and a Master of Education in Educational Policy and Planning at the University of Texas at Austin. Between earning those degrees, Greg taught high school mathematics to students from impoverished urban areas in Edgewood ISD and Northside ISD in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas. He is also a 2018 UCEA Jackson Scholar.

Greg has training and experience in public speaking, interpersonal communications, building cross-cultural relationships, racial reconciliation, mobilizing young people in community service, servant leadership, and leadership development. He also has training and experience in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research and analysis. Greg's quantitative research training has especially focused on hierarchical linear modeling and spatial autoregressive modeling. His qualitative research training has especially focused on critical policy analysis, case study research, critical research, critical race theory, ethnography, and narrative analysis.

Above all these things, Greg is most passionate about his faith, family (especially baby daughter, Emma), and mixed racial and cultural background, which are what led him to all the aforementioned things in the first place. He also really enjoys traveling, photography, theology, math, music (especially hip hop), talking for hours, his hometown of San Antonio and their beloved Spurs.