Sunday, June 16, 2024

Rosemary Sage

Professor Doctor Rosemary Sage is a qualified speech pathologist, psychologist and teacher; former Dean at the College of Teachers, where she led the first Practitioner Doctorate, sponsored by the European Commission. She was Director of Speech and Language Services in Leicester/Leicestershire; a Teacher in Primary and Secondary schools; Senior Language Advisor to an LEA; an Academic in 4 universities: Head of Department and Professor of Communication at Liverpool and a visiting Professor in Cuba and Japan. Rosemary is on the Queen’s Panel for Education and Industry Awards. She sat on the Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee as a senior magistrate (Chairperson & Judicial Mentor) and on the judicial executive and a member of the Magistrates in the Community (MIC) project. She was on a national committee for education, training and professional development. Rosemary was a founder member of the Children’s Legal Panel and expert witness for Educational appeals; on Parliamentary Committees for Medicine and Education, the Teaching of Medical Sciences, Inclusion of Students with Special Needs & Education Advisor to the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. She has been a trustee of several charities, a school governor and member of many research boards. Rosemary has led international research projects on language, education and employment and medical-educational issues (e.g. Intercultural Communication Lead on the EU 27 Nation Project on Diversity). She has published many books and over 150 refereed papers in journals. National/international awards have been gained for the Communication Opportunity Group Strategy (COGS). Rosemary is a winner of the Kenneth Allsop Memorial Prize, Bullard Prize, Gimson Award, International Human Communication Network Medal, College of Teacher’s Research Award & Leverhulme Fellowship amongst others. She is a Millennium & TCOT Fellow and SEND Director for the Learning for Life Educational Trust, as well as Scientific Advisor at Abai University, Kazakhstan and a Judge for the English Speaking Union.



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