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Lois Matz Rosen is Professor Emeritus in the Department of English at the University of Michigan-Flint. She received her B.A. in English and Ed.M. in Secondary Education from Temple University and her Ph.D. in English from Michigan State University, specializing in composition and Reading Theory, English Education, and Modern American Literature.
Lois began her career at Adrian College and then taught for twenty years at the University of Michigan-Flint where she directed the Writing Program from 1984-1999. During this time she consulted and presented numerous inservice workshops on writing for secondary teachers throughout the state of Michigan, co-directed the Southeast Michigan Writing Project, and established and directed the Flint Area Writing Project from 1987-1994. She also initiated and co-directed UM-Flint's Writing Across the Curriculum Program from 1993-1998.
In 1996-1997, Lois was Chair of the Provost's Task Force on Teaching, which led to the establishment of the Thompson Center for Learning and Teaching at UM-Flint. She subsequently became the initiation director of the new Center from 1998-2003, developing the faculty teaching support, resources, and programs that are now an integral part of UM-Flint's campus community.
Her scholarly work focused on instruction in secondary English Education and Writing Across the Curriculum. She has presently widely at local, state, and national conferences, has published numerous articles, and has co-authored two books, one on reading in the content areas and another on teaching writing at the secondary level.
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