John Robert (Bob) Greene has taught at Cazenovia College for the past thirty-six years. He also serves as the College Archivist, the director of the Washburn Teaching and Research Fellowship Program, and the director of the annual Wheler Conference on World Affairs. Dr. Greene’s teaching and writing specialty lies in American Political History, particularly the American presidency. He has written or edited seventeen books, many of which have utilized Cazenovia College students as research assistants, and several of which have featured the published writings of those students. In 1993 he was named Distinguished Faculty Member, and in 2000 he was awarded Cazenovia College's first endowed chair.
Interviewed On/In over one hundred local and national print and broadcast media outlets, including: AP and UPI, Buffalo Evening News, Los Angeles Times, National Journal, USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, Washington Post, Kansas City Star, C-SPAN, MSNBC, NBC, NPR, PBS, Voice of America, and many Central New York television and radio stations. Panelist on "The Ivory Tower Half Hour" (WCNY-TV, Syracuse).