News

4 years ago
The German American School Association (GASA) proudly announced the recent grand opening of its new German Saturday Schools in Tucson, Arizona. The school in Arizona, first of its kind in the state,...
4 years ago
The Department of German Studies' Summer Study in Leipzig Program was recently featured on German Television celebrating its 10 year anniversary. The German article can be found below and the video...
4 years ago
Congratulations to German Minor Katherine Weingartner, who has been selected to participate in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX), a year-long, federally-funded...
4 years ago
German Studies faculty and Summer Study-in-Leipzig-Germany Program Director, Peter Ecke, just published an article written for teachers and administrators who would like to create and run a short-...
4 years ago
We love to highlight our students' successes, accomplishments, and awards! This little article features current students' and faculty achievements throughout the semester. Congratulations to...
4 years ago
How stable or how permeable to attrition are a multilingual’s first and second languages during life periods characterized by dynamic changes in language-use frequencies? Peter Ecke (University of...
4 years ago
In a recently published book “Language and its cultural substrate: Implications for a globalized world”, Prof. Peter Ecke wrote a chapter about the assessment of culture learning. In a recently...
4 years ago
The Department of German Studies is excited to announce its participation in the new Minor in Intercultural Studies offered by the College of Humanities / School of International Languages,...
4 years ago
Imagine how the course of history might have changed if Georg Elser, a German woodworker, had been successful in his attempt to single-handedly assassinate Adolf Hitler.  “Elser’s plan...
4 years ago
Prof. Albrecht Classen’s latest book Early History of the Southwest through the Eyes of German-Speaking Jesuit Missionaries - A Transcultural Experience in the Eighteenth Century has just been ...

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