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Michael Bergen
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College|CUNY Graduate Center
Phone: 718-951-5186
Degrees/Diplomas: Currently enrolled in doctoral program leading to AuD M.S., Brooklyn College, Audiology CCC-A B.A., Queens College, Communication Disorders
Research Interests: Clinical Audiology, supervision, counseling
Academic Title: Director, Brooklyn College Speech & Hearing Center

Academic Affiliation: Brooklyn College, The Graduate Center of CUNY, Vice President of Audiology- NYSSSLHA (NYS Speech Language Hearing Association)
Alternate Email Address: mbergen@brooklyn.cuny.edu

Primary Teaching Areas:

Clinical Audiology

Selected Publications:

  • 2007 “Brooklyn College Celebrates 75 Years” ASHA Leader (Vol 12, No. 17 Dec 26, 2007, co-author

  • 2004 ASHA Audiology Scope of Practice., January (2004), co-author

  • 2003, “Audiology Scope of Practice Expands as Profession Grows”, ASHA Leader (Vol 8, No 6 April 1, 2003), author.

Works in Progress:

  • Educational module on the topic of supervision.

  • Book chapter on counseling

Education:

  • Currently enrolled in doctoral program leading to AuD

  • M.S., Brooklyn College, Audiology

  • CCC-A

  • B.A., Queens College, Communication Disorders

Involvement:

New York State Speech Language Hearing Association (NYSSLHA)
• Elected – Vice President of Audiology for terms 2008-9, 2006-7
• Chair, Task Force for Use of Audiology Assistants
• Elected to Board of Directors – Director of Audiology, and
Member of Executive Council for two terms 2003-4, 2005-6
• Convention Program Committee Chair, Audiology 2008, 2007, 2004, 1996
• Recipient of Distinguished Service Award - Awarded April 2008
• Member since 1994
 

American Speech, Language, Hearing Association (ASHA)
• Praxis Examination committee, 2005-current
• Vice President for Professional Practices Coordinating
Committee Member for 2002-2003 (review of practice standards)
• Panel Member, Praxis Exam validation study, Rockville, MD - June, 2002
• Member since October 1990 (NSSLHA 1990-1993, ASHA 1993-current).
• Award for Continuing Education (ACE), 2004-

American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
• Member, State Leaders Committee, 2003-current
• Member, 1997-current

New York City Speech, Hearing and Language Association (NYCSHLA)
• Member, 2000-current
• Recipient of Clinician of the Year Award - Awarded June 2001

Committee on Academic Programs in Commun. Sciences & Disorders
• Member, 2004-current
• Member, Joint Committee of CSAP-CAPCSD, 2006-current

Metropolitan Council of University Clinic Directors
• Member, 2004-current

Recipient of “Favorite Teacher Award”
Brooklyn College Annual Award as voted by students in Dept. of SCAS.
Awarded February 2007, February 2008