The Department of German Studies is an active participant and organizer in a variety of events. Over the last years a variety of events has formed within the department and are held regularly, including the annual Fall and Spring Fests, a weekly Stammtisch, a German Film Series, the Deutscher Studenten Club Lecture Series, to name only a few. Our very own German Studies Colloquia provides a comfortable environment for current research by our own faculty, graduate students or invited guest speakers. In addition, the department actively participates in campus-wide events, such as the College of Humanities sponsored Humanities Week. Our interdisciplinary faculty gives talks in the areas of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, Psycholinguistics and various other cross-departmental events.
The Department of German Studies has also often serves as host to many academic conference and symposia. In 2012, the department co-sponsored an interdisciplinary symposium Multilingualism 2.0? and has been the primary sponsor of the annual The Medieval and Early-Modern Studies Symposium for over 10 years now.
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