Greg Jordan-Detamore

Strategic Director

Strategic Director: 2013
Special Projects Editor: Fall 2012
News Editor, Online Editor: Spring 2012
Senior Staff Writer: 2011
Staff Writer: Fall 2010
Contributing Writer: Fall 2010

Greg is The Herald's first-ever Strategic Director. In this role, he works on a variety of things including content package planning, website management, online strategy, infographics, photos, videos, multimedia, data journalism, and reader engagement.

Greg has served a wide range of positions at The Herald. He started as a Contributing Writer in the fall of 2010, becoming a Staff Writer in December. For 2011, he served as a Senior Staff Writer on the Planning & Facilities Management beat; he covered topics ranging from building construction and renovation projects to campus planning and expansion. In the spring of 2012, he served as a News Editor as well as The Herald's first Online Editor. As Online Editor, he engaged in many initiatives to improve The Herald's web presence, including redesigning portions of the website such as the home page. Starting in July 2012, he spearheaded The Herald's transition to this new website. In the fall, he served as the Special Projects Editor, a one-time position in which he continued to work on the website, worked together with the business staff to plan special issues, and worked to improve the presentation of content in the paper by creating graphics and working with other editors on "package planning." Greg is a Herald Poll guru — he served on the planning committee for the Spring and Fall 2011 student body polls, he chaired the committee for the Spring 2012 poll, and did a lot of behind-the-scenes work for the Fall 2012 poll.

Greg is a Class of 2014 double-concentrator in Geological Sciences and Urban Studies. He has a range of interests, including transportation, urban planning, geology, geography, GIS, graphic design, web design, newspapers, and education. He has been known to write long emails, but with lots of bullet points.

Articles by Greg Jordan-Detamore (41)

Features

Partygoers beware, a Greek gator lurks

November 15, 2011 0 comments

Hedgehogs, alligators and bunnies, oh my! Some students are living with more than just a roommate.

University News

Fall 2011 Student Poll: One percent express interest in off-campus ROTC

November 6, 2011 0 comments
This article is part of the series Fall 2011 Student Poll

The vast majority of students indicated they would not be interested in joining a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program if Brown offered one, according to a recent Herald poll. Students also expressed mixed opinions on the number of admissions spots for recruited athletes, and they almost never deemed their classes too small — only too big or just right.

University News

Adviser changes confuse English concentrators

October 19, 2011 0 comments

When the Department of English began allotting concentration advisers alphabetically this summer, it left many students surprised to find they had been reassigned to new advisers.

Walkways on Lincoln Field were replaced, and new bike racks were added around campus.

University News

Facilities completes summer upgrades

September 21, 2011 0 comments

The Department of Facilities Management completed nearly all of its planned projects this summer, bringing new sidewalks, lighting and bicycle racks to campus along with other upgrades and improvements.

Metcalf Hall will be renovated beginning in summer 2012, and renovations to the Graduate Center will begin in summer 2014.

University News

Miller, Metcalf to house first-year doubles

September 14, 2011 0 comments

Planning for next year’s housing overhaul is well underway.

The renovated building, formerly a jewelry factory, will include a Bagel Gourmet Cafe at the street corner. It will have state-of-the-art classrooms, anatomy labs, clinical skills rooms and a digital library.

University News

Med Ed design fosters community outreach

September 12, 2011 0 comments

Once a bustling jewelry factory, then an office complex, 222 Richmond St. now houses state-of-the-art anatomy classrooms and a bookless digital library.

University News

Renovated Hunter to feature rooftop greenhouse

July 17, 2011 0 comments

Major changes are in the pipeline for the University greenhouse and Hunter Laboratory.

University News

Where Brown didn’t go

May 29, 2011 0 comments

The 2008 financial collapse and recession have impacted the University’s finances, and other circumstances have delayed some projects.

Opening in October, the renovated Metcalf Chemistry and Research Laboratory (above) will house the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences.

University News

Renovated Metcalf to open in October

April 28, 2011 0 comments

The Metcalf Chemistry and Research Laboratory, currently under renovation, will reopen in October as the new home of the Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences.

Facilities Management will undertake a number of campus improvement projects over the summer, including the creation of stairways to the sidewalk on the Thayer Street side of Caswell Hall.

University News

Facilities Management to undertake summer projects

April 27, 2011 0 comments

Come June, students may be on vacation, but the Department of Facilities Management will have no shortage of assignments.

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