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language educator , writer

Colette Verger Michael, American language educator, writer. Fellow, Ford Foundation, 1970-1973, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1977. Member of 18th Century Studies Association, American Philosophical Association, Federation International Professor Francais, American Association Teachers French, Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association.

Background

Michael, Colette Verger was born on March 3, 1937 in Marseille, France. Arrived in United States, 1954. Daughter of Raymond Marc and Fanny (Kindler) Verger.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy, University Washington, Seattle, 1969. Master of Arts in Roman Languages, University Washington, Seattle, 1970. Master of Science in History of Science, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1975.

Doctor of Philosophy in French, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1973.

Career

Teacher French University Wisconsin, 1973—1975, Shimer College, Mount Carroll, Illinois, 1976. Professor French Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1977.

Works

Membership

Member of 18th Century Studies Association, American Philosophical Association, Federation International Professor Francais, American Association Teachers French, Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association.

Connections

Children: Barbara, Peggy, Monique, Alan, David, Gerard.

father:
Raymond Marc Verger

mother:
Fanny (Kindler) Verger

children:
Barbara Michael

Peggy Michael

Monique Michael

Alan Michael

David Michael

Gerard Michael