The Department of Modern Languages and Classics was well represented at the recent Fall Graduation, with several of our students completing their programs. In the pictures below you can see
Congratulations to Dr. Regina Range of the German section on receiving a Botstiber Foundation research grant! Read more at:
Sponsored by the US State Department, Fulbright Awards are highly competitive, and provide grants for individually designed study and research projects, or for English-teaching assistantships. Nine UA graduates have been
Congratulations to Katherine Lightfoot, whose German research placed second in the Arts & Sciences – Fine Arts & Humanities category at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference!
Lydia Jones (German MA 2007) teaches and studies at the Freie Universität Berlin.
Tracy Graves (German MA 2002) is on the German faculty at Central Connecticut University.
Martin Baeumel (German MA 2002, PhD University of Chicago) is a Visiting Assistant Professor of German Studies at Wesleyan University in Connecticut.
Student turns flair for thrifting into vintage store. http://cw.ua.edu/article/2014/08/student-turns-flair-for-thrifting-into-vintage-store
Dr. Rasma Lazda, associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Classics, received two statewide teaching awards this year. http://www.as.ua.edu/home/german-professor-receives-state-awards/