Lecturer in French
Degrees: Maîtrise d'Anglais [M.A.], Université de Nantes
Expertise: Second Language Learning; Global Cultural Competence; Arts; 19th and 20th Century French Culture

Françoise Rolland is a native of Brittany, France, who holds a Maîtrise d’Anglais [M.A.] from the Université de Nantes. Her teaching career in French took her to London, England, as well as several colleges/universities and high schools in the United States, including Creighton University and more recently Laurel School. Professor Rolland has taught all levels of French and serves on the College Board as a reader for the AP French Language and Culture Exam. Her areas of interest are second language learning, global cultural competence and arts.

Language Section:  French
Languages Taught:  French
Other Languages Read or Spoken:  German and Latin
Country of Birth:  France

Honors & Awards:

  • French Government Scholarship, Teaching Assistantship to London, England
  • University Exchange Scholarship, Graduate Research Assistantship to Northern
    Illinois University
  • The National Foreign Language Honor Society Phi Sigma Iota
  • The National Collegiate Foreign Language Honor Society Alpha Mu Gamma
Community Service / Organizations
                  Civic, Cultural, Ethnic Organization Affiliation or Membership:

  • College Board, Reader for the AP French Language and Culture Exam
  • La Maison Française de Cleveland, Board Member