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Lauren Rosen


The UW System Collaborative Language Program makes less commonly taught languages (LCTLs) available to students at all UW campuses through distributed learning technologies. Lauren Rosen is an instructional program manager. UW-Stevens Point began to administer the Collaborative Language Program in 2018.

Rosen’s research interests are in 21st Century skills development and technology integration in teaching and learning languages.

To learn more about the program at UW-Stevens Point visit:


  • ACTFL/Cengage Postsecondary Award for Excellence in Foreign Language Instruction Using Technology with IALLT Award (2014)

Learning another language will impact your life in ways that you are not able to imagine at this point and that impact will be different for everyone. Don’t give up when it gets hard. Your 10-year older self will thank you! 
-Lauren Rosen


“There are no insignificant lives, only inadequate ways of looking at them.” – The teachings of Virginia Woolf


Instructional Program Manager III
Technology Integration Professional Development Courses for Language Educators

618 Van Hise Hall, UW-Madison


M.Ed. - Teaching of Second Languages and Cultures
University of Minnesota

B.S. - Spanish and Education
University of Wisconsin-Madison