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German Program
Department of Foreign Languages
University of Nebraska at Omaha

Active Chapter of Delta Phi Alpha, the National German Honor Society, since 1972

Community Links
--German-American-Society of Omaha, germanamericansociety.org,
--Nebraska Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German,
   members.cox.net/aatgnebraska, since 1971
--Nebraska International Language Association, nde.state.ne.us/forlg,
   (previously: Nebraska Foreign Language Assoc.),  since 1970
--Omaha Sister-City Association:  Braunschweig is our sister-city in Germany,  
   omahasistercities.com, since 1992

Faculty Advisor for German Majors/Minors, ajung@unomaha.edu

German-specific scholarships
        --Fred Ludwig Memorial German Scholarship, in development
        --German-American Society Scholarship, since 1983
--Sister-University Scholarship to the Technische Universität Braunschweig,  
   Germany, tu-braunschweig.de, since 1990
--Sister-University Scholarship to the Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien,  Austria,  
  wu-wien.ac.at, since 1990
--Theta Beta Chapter of Delta Phi Alpha Scholarship, since 1986

Goethe Institute  Goethe.de     Testing Center for internationally recognized German
                language proficiency examinations, since 1983:
        --Zertifikat Deutsch
        --Zentrale Mittelstufenprüfung

German Grammar Review sessions held informally on a regular basis

International Conversation Partners from German speaking countries
               through  International Studies and Programs,  www.unomaha.edu/~world

Double Major possible not only in College of Arts and Sciences, but also with subject
     area in the College of Business Administration without additional
     distribution requirements.

Joint MBA Degree upon completing studies at UNOmaha and the Technische Universität      
               Braunschweig, since fall 2001

Retroactive credit for beginning and advanced level courses (up to 16 CH) upon
               successful completion of UNOmaha German course at no cost to student.

Scholarly conferences held annually under the auspices of UNOmaha
        --European Studies Conference, unomaha.edu/esc
--Missouri Valley History Conference, unomaha.edu/~history/mvhc.htm

Stammtisch, an informal gathering of individuals interested in speaking German



                                                        Jan.2005


Anthony Jung, Ph.D.
Foreign Languages
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Omaha, Nebraska 68182-0192

Phone:  (402)  554-3708
Fax:      (402)  554-3296

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Jung, Anthony J., Professor of German (Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1972) 17th & 18th century German literature, German cultural history & Landeskunde, advising, Graduate Faculty, German Honor Society Adviser, Study Abroad Programs in Braunschweig, Germany and Vienna, Austria. Awards and Honors: UNO Excellence in Teaching Award; Outstanding Teacher Award (Nebraska Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German); Certificate of Distinction (Nebraska Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German); Certificate of Merit (American Association of Teachers of German-Goethe Haus New York); The Second Annual Anderson-Gouttierre Award 2001, AATG Outstanding Educator Award 2001; Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Scholarship 2001.
ASH 301-T, 554-3708 ajung@mail.unomaha.edu

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Undergraduate Catalog 2004-2005 Information on German Degree Requirements starts on page 90!