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Gregg Velatini

Title: Assistant Professor, Math
Phone: 706-867-3200

Office: Newton Oakes 212B, Dahlonega


Gregg Velatini has been with the University of North Georgia for 15+ years. Prior to academia he was a specialist in electromagnetics and radio frequency circuit design who designed circuits for Scientific Atlanta (known as Cisco now) and Broadcom Corporation for 14 years. Since leaving the industry one such project he has taken up is researching and implementing the incorporation of Singapore Mathematics Curriculum into all of Hall County’s Elementary schools. In his spare time, Gregg enjoys woodworking among many hobbies. During the summer of 2018 he assisted in an undergraduate research project that required the design and building of car-sized trebuchets that were capable of launching objects 200+ feet. Additionally, you may find yourself hearing a guitar as you pass through the mathematics department hallways as he can often be found playing one.


  • M.S., Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1991
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1988

Research/Special Interests

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Data Science and Statistics
    • R and SAS Programming
  • Mathematical Education Research


  • Badger, James; & Spence, Dianna; Velatini, Gregg County-Wide Implementation of Singapore Math: Findings from a Recent Study. White paper delivered to Hall Co., GA Board of Education. (July 2010)

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