Greg Tuke is a lecturer and a leading international instructional coach in the design of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) courses. Mr. Tuke has taught Contemporary Social Issues courses at both Seattle University and the University of Washington, using video, social media and video conferencing to enhance cross-cultural teamwork and problem-solving. He was awarded a Denali Fellowship, one of nineteen leading social entrepreneurs in the United States selected for this three-year fellowship, in cooperation with the Harvard Business School. In 2015 he was selected as a Fulbright Scholar, to work with university faculty throughout India and Indonesia, providing training in how to embed international collaboration strategies into existing courses. He has led COIL training workshops in Egypt, Spain, Jordan, Canada, and continues to provide faculty training throughout the US.
Additionally, he has twenty-five years of experience as a community organizer leading education and international non-profit organizations. He has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Denver, with a specialty in community organizing and social planning.
He has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Denver, with a specialty in community organizing and social planning.
Fulbright Scholar, 2015