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biology educator , college science administrator

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.


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.


  • Other Interests

    Watercolor painting, horticulture, swimming, skiing.


Married Kenneth Eugene Borgman, June 5, 1954. Children: Cheryl Ann, William Charles, James Kenneth.

Charles Groet

Marie Groet

Kenneth Eugene Borgman

Cheryl Ann Borgman

William Charles Borgman

James Kenneth Borgman