©2019 by Gregory Loselle

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Professional Resume

 

 

Master of Arts, English / Ph. D. Cultural Studies (in progress)

Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

 

Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing

Concentration: Fiction. Additional work in poetry.

The Farrar Fellowship in Playwriting.

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, December 1997

 

Master of Arts,Education, Classroom Teaching

Additional work in Curriculum Development.

The University of Michigan-Dearborn, August 1991

 

National Board Teaching Certification 

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, 2003

Renewed permanently, 2011

                                                      

Michigan Secondary Teaching Certification

Continuing. Concentrations: English (BA) & Social Studies (CX)

The University of Michigan-Dearborn, 1990

                                                                                          

Bachelor of Arts, Humanities

Concentrations: English & Fine Arts; Honors Program.

Student Research Grant, 1984; Distinguished Student Award, 1985.

The University of Michigan-Dearborn, April 1985

When one looks at the

scholarly career of Greg Loselle,it is clear

that he is an energetic and productive writer and scholar. He is likewise an administrative leader among his peers, having developed grants, workshops and study abroad tours for students.  The quality of his critical thinking and scholarly writing I can certainly attest to.  He is a superb teacher, a fine thinker, and a proven scholar.

 

--Sylvia Shurbutt, Shepherd 

University

NEH Summer Seminars for Secondary Teachers:

Bach and the Music of the Reformation, Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA, 2017; Tales from the Misty Mountains: Studies in Appalachian Culture, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV, 2013; Reading Don Quixote, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY, 2003; Architectural Inheritances: The Meanings and Legacy of Classical Architecture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 2002; Petrarch, Machiavelli & Erasmus: The Humanist as Reformer, Duke University, Durham, NC, 2000; Alien Texts/New Responses: Women Writers of the English Renaissance, Commonwealth University of Virginia, 1999; Songs of the Muses, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1990.

Secondary School Instructor

Language Arts and Social Studies, including Advanced Placement Language and Composition and Advanced Placement Art History.

Gabriel Richard Catholic High School, Archdiocese of Detroit.

Riverview, MI, since 2015

 

Secondary School Instructor, Department Chair

Language Arts and Social Studies, including American Literature Online, Advanced Placement English and Advanced Placement Art History; introduced vertical ELA accelerated path; ELA Department Chair, 2008-2012. School Improvement Team; Teacher of the Year, 1999; Director, Shakespeare Workshop performing ensemble; Curriculum Committee; Frameworks Committee; Gifted & Talented Committee; English Language Arts Superintendent’s Advisory Council, at various times.  Two Wayne RESA Teacher Grants; four Grosse Ile Education Foundation grants for curriculum development in ELA and Art History.  Five foreign trips with students, to Italy, England and France.

Grosse Ile Township Schools, Grosse Ile, MI, 1996 to 2015

 

Adjunct Lecturer

ELA & Writing Methods, Composition.

School of Education; Composition Program.

University of Michigan-Dearborn, 1996-2004

 

Adjunct Lecturer

Creative Writing

University of Michigan, 1992

Creative Writing Instructor, Unit Leader, Counselor

Interlochen Arts Camp

Interlochen Center for the Arts, 2006-7

Secondary School Instructor

Language Arts, including AP English.  North Central Accreditation Steering Committee, Member and Chair; Drama Director; Pep Club sponsor, at various times. Teacher Grants for Humanities curriculum development, 1995 & 1996,

 

Substitute Teacher, 1990-1992

Taylor School District, Taylor, MI, 1986 to 1990, & 1992 to 1996

Mr. Loselle

is one of those teachers who

seems to do everything well, yet

still strives to do everything better.

His charismatic joy for creative expression and deep appreciation for the arts are most welcome attributes in our school.

 

James C. Stewart, former

principal, Grosse Ile High School.

Related Qualifications:​

National Board Teaching Certification

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, 2003

Renewed permanently, 2011

Fellow

National Humanities Center, Durham, NC.  Since 2004

Online publication:

American Beginnings

Online resources for teachers at http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/pds/amerbegin/