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  • Claire Harding ’20
    Solving Earth’s Problems from Space

    German and physics double major Claire Harding ’20 interned with NASA and will be teaching English in Germany as a Fulbright English teaching assistant.

  • Erin Osterhaus '09
    Fulbright Alumna Erin Osterhaus ’09 Leverages Language Skills in Global Business

    Osterhaus, a Spanish and French major and German minor, earned an English Teaching Assistantship in Germany through the U.S. Student Fulbright Program. She currently works in marketing for a global trade association and does freelance translation work.

  • Several faculty report that the quietest students in their brick-and-mortar classes have blossomed in the online environment, contributing more frequently to both synchronous and asynchronous conversation
    It’s Just Not the Same, Part 4

    Southwestern faculty reflect on how remote teaching might change how they teach in the classroom when campus life resumes this fall.

  • Photo taken at the Bush Presidential Library during Public Service Institute Weekend during Kellogg's  time as a Bush School Fellow.
    A Transformative Undergraduate Experience

    Danyale Kellogg ’19 engaged in multiple internships, from the U.S. House of Representatives to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and studied abroad twice during her college career.

  • Dr. Ross takes her Spanish class outdoors. 
    The Staying Power of the Humanities

    Why a degree in the humanities is just as important as a degree in STEM.

  • Jennifer Gingrich Christianson ’99
    SU alumna wins merit citation for German teaching

    Jennifer Gingrich Christianson ’99, a German/music grad and current high school German teacher, was one of eight educators to receive the Goethe‐Institut/AATG Certificate of Merit at the recent annual convention of the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG).

  • Megan McCarty ’09
    Megan McCarty ’09, Distinguished Young Alumna

    A gifted cellist, Megan McCarty ’09 distinguished herself as a Southwestern music major by winning the University’s concerto competition, working as special musicological assistant for a series of performances organized through a Mellon Integrated Scholarly Community grant, and becoming the first scholar to recognize the existence of a song cycle by Franz Liszt (1811-1886).

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    Rory Jones, Class of 2012

    History and German major Rory Jones is an English teaching assistant at the Ganztagsschule Friedrichstadt, in Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Germany

  • Erin Osterhaus, Class of 2009

    Languages led Erin around the world