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Curriculum Vitae

Gregory J. Bowe
12635 SW 113th CT 
Miami FL 33176
305.801.5454 · gregbowe@mac.com

Education

PhD Composition and Rhetoric 2001. The University of New Hampshire.


Dissertation: Taking a Pedagogical Turn: What Happens When the
Student/Teacher Conference Moves to the Center of the Basic Writing
Course.
Director: Thomas Newkirk.
Areas: Composition Theory, Rhetoric, Linguistics

MA English Linguistics 1978 Clark University, Worcester MA.


Thesis: “The Massachusetts Spy and the American Revolution: an
Analysis of the Relationship between Language and Culture.”

BA English 1975 College of the Holy Cross, Worcester MA

Employment
Summer 2005 to present
Independent Consultant
Circles Learning Curriculum Inc.
Miami FL

Fall 2002 to present


Research Fellow
Center for Urban Education and Innovation
College of Education
Florida International University

• Consultant to The Algebra Project, Robert Moses, Director


○ Provide on-site classroom instruction, curriculum development, and
teacher training at the Jackson MS site of the Algebra Project,
Lanier High School
• Associate Director, CUEI/Algebra Project Summer Institutes 2006, 1007,
2008
• Consultant to CUEI/Young People’s Project afterschool programs grant
○ develop curriculum, train staff, supervise delivery onsite in middle
and high schools 2006-present
• Consultant to CUEI/Family Literacy Arts Program grant
○ develop curriculum, train staff, supervise delivery onsite in middle
and high schools 2006-present
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• Consultant to National Science Foundation/Algebra Project Discovery


Research K-12 grant
○ Provide guidance in the development of interactive math curriculum
for a divers student body

Spring 1998 to Spring 2005


Assistant Professor
Department of English
Florida International University

• Teach undergraduate (six credits) and graduate courses (four credits)


• Serve on appropriate committees
• Conduct scholarly research

Director, Undergraduate Writing Programs


• Coordinate curricula and policies for some 500 sections (approximately
12,500 students) of undergraduate writing each year, which generate
more than $7,000,000 per year for the College of Arts and Sciences
• Hire, train, and supervise approximately 65 adjunct faculty, who account
for more than $1,000,000 per year in OPS salaries, with an annual
turnover rate of 20-25%
• Train, assign, and supervise approximately 15-20 Graduate Teaching
Assistants per year
• Hear and resolve grade disputes, learning-disabled student complaints,
plagiarism and other student misconduct issues for 500 sections of writing
courses
• Liaise with other academic units on issues involving student writing
• Work with Director of Freshman Interest Groups, Office of Multicultural
Affairs, Programs, and Services and Super Summer Program to provide
course schedules and appropriate faculty to accommodate programmatic
requirements