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Lois Marie Borgman

Lois Marie Borgman, American biology educator, college science administrator.


  • Borgman, Lois Marie was born on April 2, 1932 in Rochester, New York, United States. Daughter of Charles and Marie Groet.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science cum laude, Syracuse University, 1954. Master of Education, Massachusetts State College, Framingham, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Northeastern University, Boston, 1982.


    • Laboratory technician University Rochester, 1954. Research assistant kidney research laboratory Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Harvard University, Boston, 1956. Professor biological science Mount Ida College, Newton Center, Massachusetts, 1962-1997.

      Faculty emeritus, retired, 1997. Program director science Mount Ida College, 1976-1983, science curriculum coordinator, 1982-1997, director school science and allied health, 1995-1997.


    Member Wetlands Protection Committee, Town of Wellesley, Massachusetts, 1988-1996. Volunteer lake association monitor Department Environmental Services State of New Hampshire, Concord, 1987-1997. Boardwalk naturalist volunteer Corkscrew Swamp, Naples, Florida, 1998^.

    Member National Science Teachers Association, National Audubon Society, North America Lake Management Society, Society College of Science Teachers, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma, Pi Sigma.



    Watercolor painting, horticulture, swimming, skiing.


    • Married Kenneth Eugene Borgman, June 5, 1954. Children: Cheryl Ann, William Charles, James Kenneth.
    • father: Charles Groet
    • mother: Marie Groet
    • spouse: Kenneth Eugene Borgman
    • children: Cheryl Ann Borgman
    • William Charles Borgman
    • James Kenneth Borgman
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    • 1954
      Syracuse University
    • 1967
      Massachusetts State College
    • 1982
      Northeastern University
    • 1954
      Laboratory technician University Rochester
    • 1956
      research assistant, kidney research laboratory Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Harvard University
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1962 - 1997
      professor, biological science Mount Ida College
      Newton Center, Massachusetts, United States