Professor Kay Losey

Ph.D. Education, Language and Literature emphases Writing and Bilingual Education, University of California, Berkeley
M.A. Rhetoric, University of California
B.A. English, Michigan State University
335 LOH | 331-3188 | |


Kay M. Losey is Professor of Writing at GVSU where she regularly teaches courses in the Writing major, such as Writing with Style and Genre and Writing.  She occasionally teaches Business Communication and first year writing courses.  Her scholarship focuses on issues related to the teaching of writing to adult multilingual writers.  She is author or co-editor of three books, including, most recently, Teaching U.S-Educated Multilingual Writers: Pedagogical Practices from and for the Classroom (with Mark Roberge and Margi Wald, U of Michigan Press).  She has published her scholarship in College Composition and Communication, TESOL Quarterly, the International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism as well as in several other journals and edited volumes.  She serves MITESOL as co-editor of their annual MITESOL Conference Proceedings publication, and served as GVSU’s SWS Director from 2005-2014 and Interim Director of the Meijer Center for Writing from 2013-2014. 

Kay Losey

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