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Wolf publishes essay on all-star baseball player

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

Gregory H. Wolf, professor of German, is a member of the Society of American Baseball Research (SABR) and recently published a 5,000-word essay on Claude Osteen, an all-star pitcher in the 1960s and 1970s in conjunction with SABR’s Baseball Biography Project. The SABR was founded in 1971 at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.  

Wolf leads workshop for teachers of German

Gregory Wolf, associate professor in German, conducted a statewide workshop, “Strategies for Successful German Programs: Advocacy, Articulation, and Outreach.”

Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor in German, conducted a statewide workshop and seminar titled “Strategies for Successful German Programs: Advocacy, Articulation, and Outreach” for the Michigan chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German, hosted by Wayne State University in Detroit on April 16.

Trustees approve faculty tenure, promotions

Trustees approve faculty tenure, promotions

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The Board of Trustees of North Central College approved five faculty for tenure and nine faculty for promotion at the Trustee meeting, May 20-21, 2011. Congratulations to the following faculty:

For tenure
Dr. William Barnett, Department of History
Dr. Amy Buxbaum, Department of Speech Communication
Dr. David Janzen, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Dr. Donnavieve Smith, Department of Management and Marketing
Dr. Gregory Wolf, Department of Modern and Classical Languages

For promotion



Wolf moderates session at international conference

Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor of German, was moderator and commentator at international conference—Migration, Religion and Germany—at Ohio State.

Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor of German, served as moderator and commentator for the session “Transnational, Transcultural Migrations” at the international conference Migration, Religion, and Germany held at The Ohio State University April 8-10. Generously supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany, this conference addressed migration to and from Germany from the 18th century to the present with specific focal points of religious migration and the domestic dialogues focusing on it.

Wolf conducts workshop to teachers of German

Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor in German, conducted a workshop and seminar for the Arkansas chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German.

Gregory H. Wolf, associate professor in German, conducted a statewide workshop and seminar, “German Program Building through Articulation, Advocacy, and Outreach,” for the Arkansas chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German, held March 11-13 in Arkansas. The three-day immersion event concentrated on modeling best practices to build and strengthen German language programs on the K-16 level through effective advocacy of the discipline, productive vertical and horizontal curricular articulation, and innovative outreach programs and community building.

Test subjects enjoying the experiment

Gregory Wolf, associate professor of German and German film students
Professors and students are test subjects in a Learning Studio Research classroom incorporating the latest in teaching spaces and furniture design.

Nine professors and their students are test subjects in a Learning Studio Research classroom that incorporates the latest thinking in teaching spaces and furniture design. The project is a collaboration with Herman Miller and Widmer Interiors and allows the College to collect needed information.

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