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Wolf gives presentation, coordinates sessions, publishes multiple articles

Gregory H. Wolf, Dennis and Jean Bauman Professor in the Humanities
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, presented at national meeting for teachers of German and published essays, review, interview, article.

Gregory H. Wolf, North Central College Dennis and Jean Bauman Professor in the Humanities and professor of German, is chair of the Small Undergraduate German Programs special interest group of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language. In that role, he organized a breakfast and presented “Meaningful Collaboration Between Secondary and Postsecondary German Programs” with Dr.

Oesterle Library features new lobby exhibits

The scholarship of President Troy Hammond and publications by various members are featured during winter term in the Oesterle Library lobby exhibits.

Each term Oesterle Library presents new and timely exhibits in its lobby. Winter term’s exhibits feature the scholarship of Dr. Troy Hammond and publications by various faculty members.

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As Dr. Troy Hammond begins his tenure as the College’s 10th president, a special exhibit will showcase his scholarship throughout his career.

Senior presents research learned during study abroad, internship, Richter travel

Louis Waldmeir ’13 interns at Brauerei zum Klosterhof in Germany
North Central College German major Louis Waldmeir ’13 presents research at university based on honors thesis about German history, culture, beer.

North Central College Scholar Louis Waldmeir ’13, majoring in German and minoring in history of ideas, presented research from his senior honors thesis at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio, on Oct. 27. The presentation, titled “National Tradition and Local Meaning: The Relevance of German Beer Culture,” was given to an audience of students and faculty as a part of Heidelberg University’s series of German Club-sponsored events.

North Central College names Gregory Wolf recipient of 13th endowed chair

Gregory H. Wolf, Dennis and Jean Bauman Professor in the Humanities
North Central College Professor of German Gregory H. Wolf has been named the first recipient of the Dennis and Jean Bauman Professorship in the Humanities.

North Central College Professor of German Gregory H. Wolf has been named the first recipient of the Dennis and Jean Bauman Professorship in the Humanities. The College’s 13th endowed chair was formally presented on Thursday, Oct. 11, at a meeting of the faculty.

Wolf publishes histories of baseball legends

Gregory H. Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, published essays, an interview and article as a member of Society of American Baseball Research.

Gregory H. Wolf, North Central College professor of German, is a member of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR) and published the feature article, “No-hitters from unlikely pitchers,” on Sept. 13 in The Hardball Times, an Internet site focusing on the history of Major League Baseball and advanced sabermetric analysis.   

Wolf publishes article, teaches online and at workshop

Gregory Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, has feature article on baseball published and presents webinar and workshop on teaching German.

Gregory H. Wolf, North Central College professor of German, and a member of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR) published the feature and lead article, “A Friend of Pirates History. From 42-112 to a World Series Championship,” on April 6 in The Hardball Times, an Internet site focusing on the history of Major League Baseball and advanced sabermetric analysis.

German leader who lived in divided Germany gives two lectures

Michael Lunberg, Consistorial Councillor in Berlin and Brandenburg, Germany
North Central College hosts lectures April 2-3 by Michael Lunberg, who grew up in East Germany under communist state, was involved in peaceful opposition.

North Central College will host two lectures April 2-3 by Michael Lunberg, Consistorial Councillor in Berlin and Brandenburg, Germany, about the power of political opposition.

Lunberg grew up in East Germany under a repressive communist state and political party and was active in the opposition movement in the late 1980s leading up to the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Wolf gives talks, organizes sessions as chair of undergraduate German program

Gregory Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, gave presentations, organized sessions at American Association for Teachers of German annual meeting.

Gregory H. Wolf, North Central College professor of German, is chair of the Small Undergraduate German Programs special interest group of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). He organized a breakfast and presented “Keeping German Programs Visible” and co-organized two sessions with six presentations addressing language pedagogy, instructional technology and curricular development at the national meeting of the American Association for Teachers of German in Denver, Colo.

Wolf conducts oral history interviews, publishes essay

Gregory Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, publishes essay on all-star pitcher as part of Society of American Baseball Research Biography Project.

Gregory H. Wolf, North Central College professor of German, is a member of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR) founded in 1971 at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He published a 5,000-word essay on Steve Hargan, an All-Star pitcher in the 1960s and 1970s, most notably with the Cleveland Indians, in conjunction with SABR’s Biography Project.

Wolf conducts workshop, presents paper, leads panel

Gregory Wolf, professor of German
Gregory Wolf, North Central College professor of German, presents paper and moderates panel at conference; conducts daylong workshop for language teachers.

Gregory H. Wolf, professor of German, presented a paper, titled “Articulation, Advocacy, Outreach, and Program Building: German Studies at a Small Liberal Arts College”; and organized and moderated a panel discussion, “German and German Studies: Reelections on the Past and Visions for the Future,” at the 35th annual conference of the German Studies Association. The meeting was held Sept. 22-25 in Louisville, Ky.

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