Please join the Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture in welcoming two new staff members, Patrice Greer, Assistant to the Deans, and Mark Ellis, Director of Administration and Finance!

Patrice Greer

Patrice L. Greer is the new Assistant to the Deans for the Gibbs College of Architecture. She has also served in numerous administrative positions throughout her time on campus of which her career path has been framed around Students Services and Business Operations. Some of Patrice’s campus achievements include hosting large conferences such as (NSSR) and chairing the BGSA as an Outreach Coordinator.

She enjoys contributing to students’ services via organizing campus wide events/ campaigns such as the #WeAre campaign housed by the Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, on all three OU campuses. She remains passionate about creating a more Diverse and Inclusive campus experience and enjoys helping underrepresented students and staff members establish a sense of belonging in the OU community.

Patrice is also an intern for the DEI office on the Norman Campus, as well as a graduate student through the College of Arts and Sciences (OU), where she is completing her Master of Human Relations in Spring (2021). She earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Mark Ellis is the new Director of Administration and Finance for Gibbs College. He works with administration to provide detailed information regarding all financial and administrative activities within the College. Mark believes that communication and understanding are vital in making sure the mission of the college is accomplished.

Mark has been employed with the University of Oklahoma since 2018, serving in the Dean’s Office at the College of Allied Health on the OU Health Sciences Center campus.

Mark holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Accounting and Administrative Studies. In his spare time, he and his family are avid bowlers and enjoy attending university activities on the Norman campus.