Greg Morrisett is the Jack and Rilla Neafsey Dean and vice provost of Cornell Tech, a New York City–based campus focused on graduate education that integrates technology, business, law and design in service of economic impact and societal good. Previously, Morrisett served as the dean of Computing and Information Sciences at Cornell University and as the Allen B. Cutting Chair in Computer Science at Harvard University. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Richmond and his doctorate from Carnegie Mellon University. Morrisett’s research focuses on the application of programming language technology for building secure, reliable and high-performance software systems. Recently, his research focuses on building provably correct and secure software, including a focus on cryptographic schemes, machine learning and compilers.