German News 10/28/12
We wish you a happy, safe Halloween and hope that the information below is of interest, especially during such rainy weather. With best wishes, Prof. David Smith.
THURSDAY, 1 November
–Lunch Discussion, 1:30-2:30 p.m., Faculty Dining Room (Croatan Building on campus). Please join us to discuss German-American current events over lunch and in English. Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
–RISE Internship in Science and Engineering
from daad.org: “The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is pleased to announce that for summer 2013 we will again offer three internship programs: RISE (Research Internships in Science and Engineering), RISE professional and RISE worldwide. RISE has established itself as an outstanding opportunity to combine serious research with a rewarding study-abroad experience. All three programs are targeted to students from the fields of engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, earth sciences (geology) and related disciplines. RISE undergrads have the opportunity to work on cutting edge research projects at top research institutions (e.g., Max-Planck-Institutes) and universities in Germany. Students are paired with German PhD students in a unique mentoring partnership to ensure immediate integration into hands-on lab work and a built-in social network with an excellent opportunity to develop new technical skills. RISE participants receive a scholarship to cover living expenses. To learn more about RISE, please visit:”
Students with questions about this program may contact Prof. Smith.
–Interesting News Items Collected by the German Consulate in Atlanta (Erfurt, Reformation Day, …)
–Tutoring: Jeden Montag von 18.30-21.00 Uhr haben wir einen kostenlosen Tutor (eigentlich eine Tutorin!) im Pirate Tutoring Center. Das Center ist im Zimmer 2300 Old Cafeteria Building.
–Graduate Studies in GERMAN
This week’s spotlight focuses on institutions where your German faculty earned advanced degrees (in no particular order):
—University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (now offering joint PhD with Duke)