Greg is a fifth year PhD student in the department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics (MEAM). He is studying soft pneumatic actuation for applications in robotics and is advised by Dr. Mark Yim and Dr. James Pikul. Greg has served as a TA for undergraduate dynamics (MEAM211) and graduate mechatronic design (MEAM510). He aims to develop and employ teaching practices that promote classroom community, contextualized transfer of knowledge, and student-centered learning. Prior to his PhD, Greg completed his BS in ME at Villanova University and his MS in ME at Stanford University. He was previously employed as a forensic engineer at Exponent consulting.