Anne Ruggles Gere

Gertrude Buck Collegiate Professor, School of Education; Professor of English Language and Literature, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts; Arthur F. Thurnau Professor; Chair, Joint Program in English and Education; Director, Sweetland Writing Center

Anne Ruggles Gere, School of Education

Anne Ruggles Gere holds an appointment in the Department of English as well as in the School of Education, she directs the Sweetland Center for Writing, and she is chair of the Joint PhD Program in English and Education. Her research interests include literacy, composition studies, and disciplinary writing. She regularly teaches courses on composition studies, assessment, and literacy practices. Her current projects include a study of disciplinary writing, She has served as president of the National Council of Teachers of English, as chair of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, and as a member of the Executive Council of the Modern Language Association. She has been honored with the Regent’s Award for Distinguished Public Service; the D’Arms Award for Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring; the Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award; and in 2010, she was named an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor in recognition of her excellent teaching of undergraduates. She has received grants from the Spencer Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the U.S. Department of Education. Her recent publications include Writing on Demand for the Common Core State Standards, and articles in College Composition and Communication, Assessing Writing, and The Journal of Chemical Education.

Gere teaches courses in the following program(s):
Joint Program in English and Education

 

Affiliations

Committees

Grants


5/1/2014 - ongoing NWP Teacher Leadership SEED
Granting Agency: National Writing Project

5/1/2016 - ongoing 2016 NWP Advanced Institute to Scale-Up the CRWP
Granting Agency: National Writing Project/USDOE

7/1/2012 - 6/30/2013 National Writing Project Teacher Leadership Development Grant
Granting Agency: National Writing Project

4/1/2012 - 6/30/2013 Writing in Chemistry and Biology
Granting Agency: Keck Foundation

2/1/2008 - 2/5/2008 Teaching Indians: Rhetorics of Survivance - a University of Michigan grant
Granting Agency: University of Michigan

2/8/2006 - 1/7/2008 Improving English Language Arts (ELA) Teacher Quality in Middle School - a State of Michigan Department of Education grant
Granting Agency: State of Michigan Department of Education

2/9/2007 - 1/1/2008 Teaching Identities: Indian Survivance - a University of Michigan Global and Ethnic Literary Studies grant
Granting Agency: University of Michigan Global and Ethnic Literary Studies

2/10/2004 - 1/10/2005 Teacher Quality: Recruitment and Retention Supplement #2 - a State of Michigan Department of Education grant
Granting Agency: State of Michigan Department of Education

2/10/2002 - 1/10/2005 Teacher Quality: Recruitment and Retention - a State of Michigan Department of Education grant
Granting Agency: State of Michigan Department of Education

2/10/2003 - 1/10/2004 Teacher Quality: Recruitment and Retention Supplemental - a U.S. Department of Education Programs Office of Postsecondary Education grant
Granting Agency: U.S. Department of Education Programs Office of Postsecondary Education

8/6/2010 - 3/8/2002 Communities of Expression: Youth and Adults Writing, Teaching, and Performing Poetry - a Michigan Humanities Council / National Endowment for the Humanities grant
Granting Agency: Michigan Humanities Council / National Endowment for the Humanities

2/9/2001 - 1/9/2002 Becoming Indian Teachers: The Self-Fashioning of Native American Women - a Spencer Foundation grant
Granting Agency: Spencer Foundation


Contact

Room 4204 E
Mailbox 4204
734.647.2529 argere@umich.edu

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