Eastern Michigan University German Alumni Chapter

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Alumni Study Abroad 2013Welcome to the Eastern Michigan University German Alumni Chapter!

This chapter was founded in 2011 and is open to all Eastern Michigan University Graduates who graduated with a degree in German or who have an interest in the German language. Our mission is simple: We will strive to keep alumni of Eastern Michigan University who share a common interest in German language and culture connected to their Alma Mater.

Please register as an official member of our chapter by completing our registration form. Also, please consider donating to our chapter.

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Official Flyer (.pdf)

 

YPSILANTI, Mich. – Dr. Sascha Feuchert, Honorary Professor of German, EMU / Professor of Germanistik at Justus Liebig University in Giessen, Germany, will present a pair of lectures on literary works written by victims of the Nazis during World War II.  The first lecture will be held at the EMU Student Center Sunday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m., while the second will take place Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus at 7 p.m. in Farmington Hills, Mich.

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    German Chancellor Fellowship Program Accepting Applications

    The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation’s German Chancellor Fellowship allows you to conduct an independent project at a host institution, in cooperation with a host in Germany you have selected for one year. Continue reading

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    Christmas/New Years

    I was extremely excited to be spending Christmas in Germany. In so many ways it is the place where so many Christmas traditions were started. One of my own traditions that my mom and I started is that every year … Continue reading

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    Friendships

    Friendships come and they go. Sometimes it’s for the best and other times…well it happens. I have learned more about friendships living in Germany than I ever have in the states. Living half way across the world has made me realize what I really want in life; a friend and a new change of pace. Continue reading

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    Watch “EMU German Insider” Episode 1

    The EMU GAC is pleased to announce the first episode of a two-part series dubbed “EMU German Insider” which gives an in-depth look at the Eastern Michigan University German program. The episode is available on the left sidebar at and through our YouTube channel. Continue reading

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    Alumni Study Abroad Opportunities 2013

    EMU German Section Head Dr. Margrit Zinggeler has announced several opportunities for alumni to join current EMU German Students on study abroad sessions during the summer of 2013. Continue reading

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    “EMU German Insider” to Premiere Nov. 28

    The GAC is pleased to announce the first episode of a two-part series dubbed “EMU German Insider”, Nov. 28, which gives an in-depth look at the Eastern Michigan University German program. Continue reading

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    Scholarships with Dec. 1 Deadlines

    Below are a pair of scholarship opportunities for students looking for funding for their study-aboard aspirations. Please read each carefully and follow the links to begin the application process. Continue reading

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    Beginning Classes

    This week was the beginning of classes for me. For me it just feels so late beginning in the middle of October. Basically, if you are an international student here, good luck. I don’t mean to scare you but it is really hard because although there are a lot of people here to help you, they kind of don’t. Continue reading

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    Photos from EMU Homecoming 2012

    Check out our photos from the 2012 EMU Homecoming tent. Continue reading

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