Department of Modern Languages

The University of Mississippi

Tracy Case Koslowski

Instructor of Intensive English and Coordinator of Service Learning for the IEP
M.A., University of Mississippi
Office: 620 All American Way | 662-915-1847 | tlcase at

Originally from New Orleans and raised on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Tracy Case Koslowski joined the UM IEP staff in 2008. She received a B.A. in Linguistics with minors in German and Russian, an M.A. in German, and an M.A. in TESL, all from the University of Mississippi. During that time, she spent a year abroad studying in Giessen, Germany; worked as an English instructor for the “Allegria” troupe of Cirque du Soleil; spent a summer doing graduate work in Klagenfurt, Austria and another summer teaching English at the Berufskolleg in Hilden, Germany; and worked as an ESL Tutor in the Oxford School District. Before becoming an instructor at UM, she spent three years teaching German at Pascagoula High School. In addition to teaching IEP classes, Tracy coordinates social activities, excursions, and community service.