Julie Greshin P’12

Julie Greshin P'12

Middle School Math/Science Faculty



B.S., Tufts University
M.S., Duke University

Julie began teaching at Walker’s in the spring of 2005. She is a member of both the science department, teaching sixth grade science and eighth grade earth science, and the math department, teaching sixth and seventh grade math. Julie coordinates the School’s Wednesday morning assembly program, she is the head of the Middle School Math Olympiads club, assistant director of the Middle School winter play, and she is a student adviser. She began her teaching career at Kingswood-Oxford School in West Hartford, CT.

What is your favorite Walker’s tradition?

Mountain Day. It’s a day without a plan, other than to get to the top of “the mountain”. People walk together, relax at the top together, mix and mingle while they enjoy the view and camaraderie.

If you were to give advice to an incoming Walker’s student, what would it be?

Check out all that this school has to offer and take advantage of as much as you can! Try new things – this is such a non-judgmental place, it’s the place and the time in your life to try and fail, and then try something else.

Why did you want to go into teaching?

Teachers played a very big role in opening my eyes to subjects and activities that I am still passionate about today. I have always wanted to pass on my love of math and particularly the Earth Sciences and the outdoors to young women. Enthusiasm is contagious!

What other roles do you hold on campus?
  • Coach, Middle School Math Olympiad Team
  • Coordinator of School-wide Assembly program
Please list any awards, fellowships, or distinctions you have earned during your career:

Presented my Masters Thesis at a Geological Society of America Conference in New Orleans, LA.