Assistant Professor of German Juliane Schicker received the 2020 Small Undergraduate German Program Special Interest Group Award for Outstanding German Program Development and Advocacy.

Dr. Juliane Schicker, assistant professor of German has been selected as the 2020 recipient of the Small Undergraduate German Program Special Interest Group Award for Outstanding German Program Development and…

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Dr. Juliane Schicker, assistant professor of German has been selected as the 2020 recipient of the Small Undergraduate German Program Special Interest Group Award for Outstanding German Program Development and Advocacy, from The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL.) Her work in the Carleton College German program stands out due to her commitment to innovative curriculum, robust co-curricular programming, and German Studies advocacy at Carleton and beyond. Her investment in academic development and community among German-speakers has yielded a strong program that is exemplary in its advocacy and outreach.

Dr. Schicker will lead a webinar for other instructors sometime next summer. She wants to emphasize that none of this would have been possible without her outstanding colleagues and former colleagues. Dr. Schicker joins her current colleague Dr. Seth Peabody as a recipient of this award. Dr. Peabody jointly received it in 2019 together with his then-colleague Dr. Amanda Randall from St. Olaf College’s German department.