Pamela is a part-time Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of English Language Studies. I believe that learning should be a challenging but enjoyable experience. The process of learning itself is a personal journey for every individual student. So one of my goals is to customize the class activities to fit each student's pace, level, and style of learning as much as possible. My courses offer a "hybrid" approach using online assessments in which we tackle skills such as vocabulary building, grammar in context, listening to lectures or watching documentaries, and reading high-interest and academic texts, in order to build language skills in general and help students become better researchers and writers.
BA, English/Theater (Dual-degree) from SUNY Geneseo, Geneseo, NY
MA, Middle Eastern Studies/Literature and Languages, NYU. Post-Grad Doctoral research PhD program, NYU.
Certificate in Genealogical Research, Boston University.
International TESOL, NY State TESOL, American Dialect Society
The Corpus of American English, Languages and Dialects, History and Culture of the Erie Canal,Genealogy and Family History, Women Suffrage, Revolutionary War, Civil War, Artifacts, Photography, Art.
ESL 1800 Advanced
Writing for Multilinguals