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The Department of Modern Languages 

  



News

August 14th, 2017 by admin
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Congratulations Delta Phi Alpha Inductees

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On Tuesday, November 28, the Ohio University chapter of the German Honor Society Delta Phi Alpha held its annual induction event. Delta Phi Alpha members, guests, and  German faculty from the Modern Languages Department gathered over food and conversation to celebrate the new pledges’ academic success and witness their initiation. This year’s inductees are: Billy Buehl, Nathen Drexler, Jack Martin, Zach Schmitz, Brad Scheikert, and Eric Turner. Herzlichen Glückwunsch!

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Spanish Major Laura Gilbert Featured on Forum

 

Laura Gilbert, senior, double majoring in Spanish and Linguistics, was recently featured in the College of Arts & Sciences Forum. Read on Forum how she found her passion for language and culture

November 28, 2017

 

 


 

Congratulations!
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
Photo Contest Winners

 

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“Prayers to the Mountains” by Lauren Gearhart (Cuenca, Ecuador 2017)

 

La Reina Gatita

“La Reina Gatita,” by Mary Puzder (Toledo, Spain 2017)

 

Au Sommet -Saint-Nizier-Du-Moucherotte

“Au Sommet – Saint-Nizier-Du-Moucherotte” by Sarah James (Grenoble, France 2016)

 

Izamal

“Izamal” by Max Annable (Merida, Mexico, 2016)

 


 

Keith Woodall’s Spring Study Away a Success

Spring semester 2016-17, Keith Woodall, Associate Lecturer, took 28 undergraduate students and teaching associate, Hannah Grace Morrison, to Toledo, Spain. In this language emmersion program, the students lived with host families, with whom they had great experiences. More information and images from the program are available in the complete story in Compass.

Congratulations, Keith, on your successful study away in Toledo!

 


 

Position Available

 

Online Curricular Designer and Lecturer (non-tenure track)

The Department of Modern Languages at Ohio University seeks a colleague to create and teach online courses in foreign languages; lead others in developing online courses; and help incorporate appropriate technologies into the full spectrum of classroom-based teaching. The position is a renewable, non-tenure track teaching position. The ideal candidate will have experience in designing and teaching online language courses, be committed to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds and will have creative ideas for curricular development. Start date: January 1, 2018 or August 16, 2018 dependent upon availability of candidate.

Responsibilities of the position include:
• Work with Ohio University Instructional Designers and the coordinators of each language to develop online course curricula and materials for elementary and intermediate language programs. (Courses are offered in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish)
• Prepare faculty to teach online courses.
• Work closely with language program coordinators and their faculty to promote the effective use of instructional technologies.
• Create and teach courses about Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL courses).

Please contact the Department of Modern Languages for more information. modern.languages@ohio.edu

 

 

 


 

Ganeshan Awarded Humanities Research Fund

Dr. Ashwini Ganeshan

On October 19, 2017, Dr. Ashwini Ganeshan was awarded the Humanities Research Fund from the College of Arts & Sciences Professional Development Committee. Dr. Ganeshan will use the funding to present at the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium in Lubbock Texas, October 26-28, 2017.

Congratulations and good luck at the conference!

 


 

 

Congratulations Keith Woodall!

Keith Woodall

On October 13, 2017, Keith Woodall, Associate Lecturer of Spanish, was honored at the Newsmakers Gala for his 2016 media presence.

Congratulations, Keith, from everyone in the Department of Modern Languages!

 


 

Learn Italian in Florence, Italy

Wednesday, October 18, 6:00pm in Baker Center room 231

Learn how you can complete a year of Italian in six weeks!

Refreshments served.

Italian in Florence


 

Modern Languages Presentation

Common and Uncommon Ground: Theater and Migration in Germany

 

Please join us on Thursday, September 28, 5:00pm, in Gordy Hall room 113 as Dr. Matthew Cornish, Assistant Professor of Theater History, as he discusses the relationship between theater, especially theater made by and for migrant communities, and the German national imaginary, while exploring new formalism and its discontents.

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Graduate Teaching Certificate Funded

Dr. Gallego’s proposal for the continuation of the Graduate Teaching Certificate initiative has been approved by the College of Arts & Science. Her Faculty Learning Community “Professional Development of TAs: Workshop Series and Other Resources” has also been funded!

 Keep up the great work, Dr. Gallego!

Please join us in congratulating Muriel on these endeavors.

 


 

Congratulations DML Advisors

Although the entire department is outstanding when it comes to advising and our students appreciate all the time and effort… 

A special congratulation goes out to the outstanding advisors who were mentioned by name on the College of Arts & Sciences advising survey:

  • Vera Belousova
  • Chris Coski
  • Mary Jane Kelley
  • Betsy Partyka
  • Barb Reichenbach
  • Bärbel Such
  • Ashwini Ganeshan

 Way to go!!

  


 

 

 

Congratulations 

 

Adi King, Associate Lecturer

and

Keith Woodall, Associate Lecturer

 

The promotions to Associate Lecturer were recently announced by the Provost’s Office and posted on the College of Arts & Sciences Forum. 


 

 

 

 

 

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