Rachel Cylus, the program manager at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, will be on campus Feb. 28 to conduct an open workshop about what historical religious sites mean, focused on East German synagogues. She will also be helping students in German 315 create a museum exhibit to open the last day of Block 6 in the Thomas Commons and will hold a lunch talk for students interested in working in museums.
Chris Stadler earned a Fulbright grant through the U.S. Department of State to serve as an English teaching assistant in Germany.
Franziska Zgraggen ’04 teaches high school math at the Gstaad International School in the Swiss Alps after majoring in math, secondary education, and German at Cornell. As an undergrad, she spent a semester studying in Basel, Switzerland.
After majoring in German, mathematics, and secondary education at Cornell, Jessie Strains will pursue a master’s in German at Bowling Green State University, including studies at the University of Salzburg. Her eventual goal is to teach at a German immersion school in the states, though she is also considering teaching abroad in a German-speaking country.
Nathan Mundell spent two months in the spring semester of his junior year studying German at the Goethe Institut in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany. From there, he went directly to Vienna for a semester of study and work through the Central College Vienna Program.