Since 2005 the German Program has been the beneficiary of 3 endowed scholarships: Dr. John R. Hubbard Memorial Endowed Scholarship approx. $500 Maria Schultz Rohde Memorial Endowed Scholarship approx. $500 Egbert R. and Florentine O. Isbell Endowed Scholarship approx. $1,200 These generous scholarships demonstrate that members of the EMU community and alumni feel that EMU’s German Program is a worthwhile investment and that it truly makes a difference in the lives of students.
Truly distinctive of the German Program is that since 2004, five Fulbright Teaching Assistantship Awards were granted to EMU students who were studying German, to teach English in a German-speaking country. This track-record exceeds that of any other department at this university. Furthermore, the successes of EMU German students in a strong pool of national competitors attests to the strengths of EMU students as well as the EMU German Program. The following are the recipients of this prestigious award: 2004-2005, Adrienne Muncy, Germany 2004-2005, Joshua Gartner, Austria 2005-2006, Adrienne Muncy, Germany (renewal) 2006-2007, Jason Bishop, Germany 2008-2009, Jason Fischer,
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