Greg Lasker

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Greg Lasker
No. Unknown
Safety
Personal information
Date of birth: (1964-09-28) September 28, 1964 (age 49)
Career information
College: Arkansas
NFL Draft: 1986 / Round: 2 / Pick: 53
Debuted in 1986
Last played in 1988
Career history
New York Giants (1986-1988)
Chicago Bears (1988)
Phoenix Cardinals (1988)
Career NFL statistics
Sacks 2.5
Interceptions 1
Kick returns 1
Stats at NFL.com
Stats at DatabaseFootball.com

Greg Lasker (born September 28, 1964 in Conway, Arkansas) is a former American football defensive back who played three seasons in the National Football League (NFL) for the New York Giants, Chicago Bears, and Phoenix Cardinals.[1]

Lasker was a starting safety at the University of Arkansas before being drafted into the NFL Draft in 1986. He was named to the Arkansas 1980–1989 All-Decade Team.[2] He played high school football at Conway High School.[3]

Greg is now an assistant professor in the College of Technology at Purdue University in West Lafayette IN.

Publications[edit]

Lasker*,G.C., Dunston, P., Chen, C. &Kenneday, M. (2012). Implementing a New Doctrine for Health Facility Commissioning. Proceeding of the 2012 CRCConstruction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, USA

Wallpe, J., Hutzel, W., Lasker*,G.C., & Clark, C. (2012). Evaluating Net-Zero Energy Houses from theU.S> Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011. Proceeding of the 2012 CRC Construction Research Congress, WestLafayette, IN, USA

Chen, C., Dib, H., & Lasker*, G.C., (2011). Benefits of implementing buildinginformation modeling for healthcare facility commissioning. Proceedings of the 2011 ASCE InternationalWorkshops on Computing in Civil Engineering, USA, 578-585. doi:10.1061/41182(416)71

Lasker*,G.C., Cox, R.F., Schuette, S.D., & Beck, D.M. (2010). Critical success factors for a constructioncompany. TG65 Small Firms in Construction,CIB World Congress, The Lowry,Salford Quays, United Kingdom. Refereed. ISBN 978-1-905732-91-3 (2010)

Lasker*,G.C., Orczyk, J.J., Cox, R.F, & Converse, D. (2010). The last mile: A pilot study of bestpractices for successful implementation of mobile communication technologies at the construction site. W078 InformationTechnology for Construction, CIB World Congress, The Lowry, Salford Quays,United Kingdom. Refereed. ISBN 978-1-905732-91-3 (2010)

Lasker*,G.C., Schuette, S.D., Jenkins, J.L, & Grove, C.I. (2010). Creating villages: A teambuilding strategy using tribal rituals.W112 Culture in Construction, CIB World Congress, The Lowry, SalfordQuays, United Kingdom. Refereed. ISBN 978-1-905732-91-3 (2010)

Lasker*,G.C., Crawford, C.G., Orczyk, J.J., & Wyman, D. (2010). Employee attitudestowards ownership: ESOPS in the construction industry. TG59 People in Construction, CIBWorld Congress, The Lowry, Salford Quays, United Kingdom. Refereed. ISBN978-1-905732-91-3 (2010)

Chen, Y., & Lasker*,G.C. (2010). Structural equation modeling for small construction organizationalsystem. TG65 Small Firms in Construction,CIB World Congress, The Lowry,Salford Quays, United Kingdom. Refereed. ISBN 978-1-905732-91-3 (2010)

Lasker*,G.C., Cox, R.F., D. Alter, K., Sah, V., & McLeod A. (2009). Success Characteristics of U.S Based Construction Firms’ Operating in Asian Countries. Proceedings of International Conference on Construction & Real Estate Management, Beijing, China. Refereed. ISBN978-789475-107-2(G-544) CD-ROM pages 462 -467.

Lasker*,G.C., Cyr-Koch, D., & Jenkins, J.L. (2009) Economic vs. Emotionaloutput: The value of the happy worker in the hard-labor market. Proceedings of the 45th Associated Schools of Construction Annual Conference, Gainesville,FL. Refereed. 9 pages.

Lasker*,G.C., & McLeod, A. (2009). Operational Strategies for a Healthcare Providerin a Developing Country. Proceedings ofInternational Conference on Construction & Real Estate Management,Beijing, China. Refereed. ISBN 978-789475-107-2(G-544) CD-ROM pages 499 -501.

Cyr-Koch, D., Lasker*,G.C., & Lamb, D. (2009). Diversity Directions through Collaboration withIndustrial Advisory Boards. Proceedingsof the Collaboration of Industry and Education Conference, Orlando, FL.Refereed. 6 pages.

Jenkins, J.L., Lew, J.J., Ryan, R.C., & Lasker*, G.C. (2007). Overcoming the challenges of safety trainingfor the rising number of Hispanic workers on U.S. construction job sites. Proceedings of the 43rd Associated Schools of Construction Annual Conference. Flagstaff, AZ. Refereed. 10 pages.

Lasker*, G.C.,et al. (2012) Chapter 1 Predesign Phase Health Facility Commissioning Handbook.ISBN 978-0-87258-902-5 ASHE catalog #:055385, pages 15–32, 289 -320.

Arns, L., Dunston, P., Kushner, A., Lasker*, G.C, & McGlothlin, J. (2010) An immersive virtualreality mock-up for design review of hospital patient rooms. CollaborativeDesign in Virtual Environments, Springer. (in press, 12 manuscript pages).

Lasker*,G.C., et al. (2008) Section Author 9.0 and 37.0 (Planning, Design andConstruction Process), In ASHE Facilities Management Committee, Health FacilityPlanning, Design, and Construction Handbook manuscript. American Society forHealthcare Engineering (pending). [online]. Available at: www.ashe.org, page 33-41, 222-229.

Lasker*,G.C., et al. (2008) Recommendations for Construction Details in Health Care Facilities, ASHE (American Society for HealthcareEngineering), 2010. Available at www.ashe.org by September 2010. 65 pages.

Lasker*, G.C., Dunston, P.S., Froiland, J.,Rotar, & Andoh, A. (2012). Method for Long-Term and Multicultural Study of Wellness Benefits from HealingGardens. Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Design and Health in KualaLumpur. Lasker*, G.C., McWilliams. D.L. (2008) Physical plant challenges in a not-for-profit hospital in an undeveloped country. IEMS TheProceedings of the 14th Annual International Conference on Industry,Engineering, and Management System, Cocoa Beach, FL.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greg Lasker NFL Profile". NFL. Retrieved 2008-07-20. 
  2. ^ "Razorback Football History". HogNation. Retrieved 2008-07-20. 
  3. ^ "Greg Lasker databaseFootball Profile". databaseFootball. Retrieved 2008-07-20.