||Duke/Davidson in Berlin - Information Session
Come learn more about our program: life in the city, accommodations, courses and credits, as well as the application procedure.
||Henke receives 2012 national Certificate of Merit
Professor of German and E. Craig Wall, Jr. Professor of Humanities, Burkhard Henke, has been selected as one of the 2012 recipients of the national Certificate of Merit, awarded by the American Association of Teachers of German for outstanding achievement in furthering the teaching of German in the United States.
||Director of Berlin's Ecologic Institute visits Davidson
On October 3, R. Andreas Kraemer, founding director and CEO of Ecologic Institute, came to Davidson to talk about environmental policy in the European Union, German-American relations, and internship opportunities for students.
||McCarthy publishes article on The Edukators
Professor Margaret McCarthy's essay "Edukating" Pop: Hans Weingartner's Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei and the Legacy of '68 in Contemporary Germany" recently appeared in the journal Monatshefte.
||Field Trip to the Waldhorn Restaurant
It's time to celebrate the end of your semester/ year/ Davidson career at the Waldhorn Restaurant in Pineville. All German students are invited.
||Ryan Chiles '12 wins Bremer Award
Pascal said: "One never perpetrates evil so completely and so well as when one does so with a clear conscience." In a senior honors thesis on Heinar Kipphardt's play Brother Eichmann, this year's Bremer Award recipient demonstrates the depth of Pascal's claim.
||Henke joins AP Committee
Burkhard Henke has been invited to join the College Board test development committee for Advanced Placement German Language and Culture.
||Epes Retires From Long Academic Career of Many Titles, With 'Teacher' Foremost Among Them
Friends, family, colleagues, students, and former students from across campus and far beyond are honoring Hansford Epes' 55-year Davidson career.
||Spring Break Trip Abroad To Holocaust Sites Sharpens Students' Historical Research Skills
During Davidson's spring break, two faculty members led twelve students to Germany and Poland to conduct intensive research for their course, "The Holocaust: Interpretation, Memory and Representation." Generous grants allowed members of the class and Associate Professor of History Thomas Pegelow Kaplan and Dana Professor of German and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Scott Denham to make the trip free of charge.
||"Fahr" -- A Film by Maggie McCarthy
The film is a twelve-minute reflection on travel and Dr. McCarthy's relationship to Germany. She made it in conjunction with a course she team-taught for students returning from study or service projects abroad.