Do you have a TA who goes above and beyond? Why not nominate them for a Green Chalk Teaching Award? The deadline for Fall is November 1st and it only takes a few minutes.
Well we all need a little help from our friends at times. So put study abroad back on your must-do list and look into scholarships for that help. Here are two places to start that process to a whole new adventure.
This past summer, MU Journalism major and German minor Clare Roth was selected for the Critical Language Scholarship in Turkish, under the auspices of which she studied at the Azerbaijan University of Languages in Baku, Azerbaijan, from June to Au
The department of German & Russian Studies will be hosting an Open House from 12-2 p.m. on Friday, on the 4th floor of Strickland Hall.
Prof. Seth Howes is one of three campus recipients of the 2018 Provost Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching Award, which recognizes excellence in teaching and advising. Congratulations to Prof. Howes!
Carey Souder, a 2016 graduate with BAs in Communication and German, is living and working in south Florida for an international business.
Aylecia Lattimer, a 2016 MU graduate with a BS in Astrophysics and a BA in German, began a PhD program at CU Boulder (Astrophysics) last fall.
Prof. Kristin Kopp receives the 2018 Ann K. Covington Award, which honors faculty who have served as mentors to undergraduates seeking nationally competetive scholarships. Congratulations to Prof. Kopp!
Congratulations to Juana Torralbo, who has received a $3,000 grant from the DAAD to complete a research residency at the Max Kade Center for Contemporary German Literature (dir. Prof.
Congratulations to Izaak Mohling, Ross Parks, and Berkley Roloff who are Austria bound for the 2018-2019 school year!