Greg Jordan, King University
President Emeritus of King University
Having extensive experience in the field of education, Greg Jordan has invested most of his time in the development of King University in Tennessee. Serving as its president from 1997 to 2014, he managed to almost triple the institution’s total assets. This growth is reflected by the numerous projects that Greg Jordan has initiated at King University.
In order to reinforce traditional instruction methods with online learning and other academic technologies, he spearheaded the creation of the Learning Commons. Located at the institution’s Nicewonder Hall, the Learning Commons inspires innovation in both learning and teaching. He also had a hand in the development and implementation of the institution’s online museum of fine arts. The online museum features the works of Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Rembrandt, and other well-known artists online. These original works of art are owned by King University and reside on campus.
He also initiated the development of a software program that is designed to help students in choosing their major course of study. The program is called Career Matrix, and it is accessible through the school’s website.