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Courtney Johnson Fowler

Courtney Fowler receives Fulbright and NSF grants to support her dissertation work.
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Courtney Johnson Fowler

Courtney Johnson Fowler is a current Ph.D. student in German Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. She has the distinct honor of receiving a Fulbright Fellowship, an NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant, and RGSO funding from the College of Liberal Arts to help fund her dissertation research, which investigates language production among German-Italian bilinguals from Südtirol. She spent the 2014-2015 academic year in Salzburg collecting her data and is hoping to complete her dissertation this year.

Ashley Roccamo

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Ashley Roccamo

Ashley Roccamo graduated with her Ph.D. in German Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in 2014. She is now the Associate Director of Articulation and Assessment of the Language Center at the University of Southern California.  In this position, she works together with faculty from ten different languages to create and sustain plans for program evaluation.  She is also in charge of planning Language Center events and workshops for faculty. See her personal website for more information: http://ashleyroccamo.weebly.com/

Adam Baker and Abigail Massaro

Adam Baker and Abigail Massaro (GER 2015) receive English TAships to Austria.
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Adam Baker and Abigail Massaro

Adam Baker and Abigail Massaro—two German majors from the class of 2015—were awarded English Teaching Assistantships in Austria for the 2015-2016 academic year. They spent the year teaching English to Austrian high school students in Wels (Adam) and Vienna (Abigail). Congratulations to Adam and Abby on this accomplishment!