Gregory Leman

Gregory Leman is a clinical professor in the Hankamer School of Business, serving as director of University Entrepreneurial Initiatives, and holds the Curtis Hankamer Chair in Entrepreneurship. He has created new courses at Baylor that center on breakthrough, technology-enabled value creation in the 21st century. He directs a highly immersive technology entrepreneurship summer abroad experience in Shanghai, China. Leman received his BS in chemical engineering Purdue University in 1980. He enrolled at University of Illinois in 1982, where he was awarded his MS in 1983 and PhD in 1985. He served as visiting assistant professor in chemical engineering at the University of Illinois from 1985 until 1988. At Cabot Corporation, his roles included engineering research, R&D management, operations management, and product line management. Leman served as managing director of Cabot-Hüls in Rheinfelden, Germany. At Great Lakes Chemical, he was director of technology and business director for Fluorine Chemicals Division.