TopicsEnglish Language Development Linguistics
- English Language Education
- Teaching and Tutoring in English as a Second Language (ESL)
- English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
- Advancing Access to Higher Education for Immigrant and Undocumented Students
Gregor Mieder, M.A., serves as the director of the Immigrant Services Program at Metropolitan State University of Denver. His areas of expertise encompass English-language education, teaching and tutoring in English as a Second Language and English as a Foreign Language. Further, he specializes in promoting higher– education accessibility for immigrant and undocumented students.
With more than 14 years of professional experience, Mieder is a frequent presenter and workshop facilitator at national conferences. A few of his keynote presentations include, “Building Community Partnerships to Better Support Immigrant & Undocumented Students” and “UndocuCareers: Supporting DACA-mented and Undocumented Students Navigating Post-College Options,” both delivered at the NASPA Region IV West & East Joint Conference.
He holds a Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Certificate, contributing to his multifaceted engagement in language instruction and tutoring.
Before joining MSU Denver, Mieder served as a language specialist at the ESL Academy at the University of Colorado Denver.
Mieder earned his master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and his bachelor’‘s in English Language and Literature/Letters, both from the University of Wisconsin.
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