Associate Professor of English as a Second Language
Division of Humanities and the ArtsDepartment
Professor Berger is Associate Professor of English as a Second Language, specializing in Educational Leadership/Linguistics and Reading. Her interest in language acquisition and ethnographic research has led her to lecture extensively, internationally and nationally and publish in the field. She is the former chair of the City College ESL Department and the City University ESL Council.
Ph.D., Ferkauf Graduate Center, Yeshiva University.
At present she is doing research on multigenerational influences on language acquisition and reading interests of ESL students.
Publications include: “An Ethnographic Approach to the Reading Acquisition Process,” “Unbounded by Textbooks, ESL Conversation Circles: A Sharing and Caring Project at CCNY,” “Life and Language; An Urban College Experience (co-authored text).