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.