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French language educator

Juliette Marie Rogers, French language educator. Named Graduate Tuition scholar Duke University, 1985-1990, Dissertation Research grantee Government of France, 1988-1989, Summer Faculty Research fellow University New Jersey, 1991, 92; recipient Fulbright Teaching Assistantship award Government of France, 1984-1985. Member Modern Language Association, American Teachers French.

Background

Rogers, Juliette Marie was born on September 30, 1961 in Mahopac, New York, United States. Daughter of Raymond Keith and Mary Lou (Benson) Rogers.

Education

Bachelor, Oberlin College, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy, Duke University, 1990.

Career

Staff assistant Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983-1984. Instructor English Lycée d'Arsonval, Brive, France, 1984-1985. Instructor French Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1985-1990, assistant academy director Educo program Paris, 1988-1989.

Assistant professor French University New Hampshire, Durham, since 1990.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, American Teachers French.

Connections

father:
Raymond Keith Rogers

mother:
Mary Lou (Benson) Rogers