||Video: Denham and Chiles collaborate
After receiving a competitive Davidson Research Initiative grant to support his research in Germany, Ryan Chiles '12 is now working with Dr. Denham on a staged reading of a play he translated this past summer.
||German Language Week -- do Deutsch!
The German Language Week came to a lovely conclusion on Wednesday as the German Department hosted a gala for some 70 students.
||Denham co-authors article on memory
Professor Scott Denham recently published an article in the Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education (JUNE), entitled A Mechanism for Multidisciplinary Dialogue: The Memory & ... Series.
||McCarthy publishes article on German feminism
Professor Margaret R. McCarthy, whose most recent work has focused on German popular culture, film, and literature, published an article on German feminism.
||Facebook the old-fashioned way
If you are on campus, check out the Facebook Wall on the third floor of Chambers, across from "the German classroom" (CHA 3209).
||2011 Delta Phi Alpha Induction
Delta Phi Alpha is a nationally organized honor society that recognizes achievement in German and seeks to promote greater understanding of German life, culture, and language.
||Nina Tschinkel '11 wins Bremer Award
From the citation, read at the 2011 Spring Convocation: When she arrived at Davidson, this student did not speak a word of German. She will leave Davidson not only with beautiful German but also with a complex understanding of German history and culture.
||Fulbright Fellowship Will Launch Senior's Post-Graduate Research Career in a German Lab
Senior Mary Gearing has received a Fulbright full fellowship to conduct pancreatic research at a lab in Dusseldorf, Germany.
||Ryan Chiles '12 receives DRI Grant
German major Ryan Chiles '12 has received a competitive Davidson Research Initiative (DRI) grant to support 10 weeks of research on Heinar Kipphardt's play Bruder Eichmann.
||Word on the Street: Yuxi Lin '13 blogging from Berlin
Yuxi Lin '13 is spending the spring semester in Berlin and is blogging about the experience.
||Henke named E. Craig Wall, Jr. Distinguished Professor in the Humanites
After teaching in Davidson's Humanities program for several years, Burkhard Henke has been selected as the new Wall Professor. He will serve as chair of the Humanities program from 2012-16.
||Professor Learns Along with Students by Producing "Memory Project" Film About Her Mother
Professor Maggie McCarthy created a "memory project" film about her mother for a film class she taught last semester.