Chair, Dow Masters Fellowship Program; Fellowship Program Officer
Office of the Provost; Graham Institute
Greg Bond, adjunct professor in the Department of Environmental Health in the School of Public Health, is a member of the team that is developing and delivering programming for the University of Michigan’s Dow Sustainability Fellows Program, which will develop and support 300 sustainability scholars over the first six years of the program. Greg is on loan to U-M from the Dow Chemical Company, where he most recently served as Corporate Director of Product Responsibility.
Greg obtained a Ph.D. in Epidemiology after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and a Masters degree in Public Health, all from the University of Michigan. He joined Dow as an epidemiologist in 1979. In 1991, he moved to the product stewardship area and was appointed Global Director of Product Stewardship in 1995 and director of the Toxicology and Environmental Fate laboratories in 1998. From March, 2006 until December 1, 2008, Greg held the additional role of Asia Pacific EH&S Director and was based in Shanghai, People’s Republic of China.