Senior Lecturer, Administrative Sciences; Coordinator of Programs at Hanscom AFB
MBA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ME, Harvard Graduate School of Education
BA, Stanford University
Greg Page is a senior lecturer in the Department of Administrative Sciences. He has been teaching at Boston University since spring 2014, and has been a full-time member of the faculty at MET since spring 2018. He has taught many courses, including E-Commerce, Financial Concepts, Corporate Finance, Global Supply Chains, Marketing Analytics, and Data Mining for Business Analytics. He is a major in the United States Army Reserve and an Iraq/Afghanistan veteran. He holds degrees from Stanford University (BA, 2002), Harvard University (EdM, 2003), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MBA, 2014).
- Machine Learning
- Data Analysis
- E-Commerce Software Applications
- Web Development
- MET AD 648 – E-Commerce
- MET AD 654 – Marketing Analytics
- MET AD 699 – Data Mining for Business Analytics
“Syntax is Temporary, Concepts are Forever.” Paper presented at the 15th Annual Computer Science and Education in Computer Science (CSECS) Conference, Fulda, Germany, June 28–July 1, 2019.