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Language Instruction Travel Grant Recipients

2017-18

Ewa Bachminska (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Belarus to attend the International Summer School of Belarusian Studies

Gunhild Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Traveling to Boston to attend the annual meeting of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)

Kora von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Turin, Italy to conduct interviews on the Lives of New Italians in the city of Turin

Raissa Krivitsky (Department of Comparative Lecture)

Traveling to attend and present a poster at the VII Russian-American Scientists Association

Viktoria Tsimberov (Cornell Russian Language Program)

Traveling to Moscow, Russia to teach a Russian language course

2016-17

Flaminia Cervesi (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Boston to present her research at the newly developed Italian conversation course at the 2016 ACTFL convention

Grit Matthias (Department of German Studies)

Traveling to Ireland to attent he UNICollaboration Conference - New Directions in Telecollaborative Research and Practice

Gunhild Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Traveling to Boston to attend the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)

Kora von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Training and supervisiing graduate teaching assistans for Italian I, II, III and IV, Intensive Italian, etc.

Maria Flood (Department of Film Studies)

Traveling to Austin for the 131st MLA Annual Convention to present her paper on the 'Women, Violence, and New African Cinema' panel

Melike Unal (Turkish at Cornell) 

Traveling to Atlanta to attend the annual conference of the National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCLTCL) 

Michael Fontaine (Department of Classics)

Traveling to attend the annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies, CAMWS and Living Latin in New York City conference

Michela Baraldi (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Boston to attend and present two papers at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)

Raissa Krivitsky (Department of Comparative Lecture)

Traveling to Washington DC to attend the GURT 2016: Useful Assessment and Evaluation in Language Education

Valentina Fulginiti (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Austin to attend and co-chair the session "Translating Minority Writing in a Global Context" at the 131st MLA Annual Convention

Viktoria Tsimberov (Cornell Russian Language Program)

Inviting Mr. Boris Grachevsky to travel from Moscow, Russia to take part in the development of a new Russian Language program

2014-15

Ewa Bachminska (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Hawaii to attend the Internation Conference on Language and Social Psychology

Kora E. Bättig von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Traveling to Italy to develop course materials for intermediate and advance Italian and Bosnian-Serbian-Croatian language courses 

Grit Matthias (German Studies)

Traveling to Texas to attend annual ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages) convention

Raissa Krivitsky (Russian Department)

Traveling to Toronto to attend NeMLA (Northeast Modern Language Association)

2013-14

Grit Matthias (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Chicago for Chicago Language Symposium

Gunhild Iris Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Bonzano, Italy for the International Conference for Teachers of German Language

Raissa Krivitsky (Russian Department)

Travel to New York City for the ReadRussia Book Event

2012-13

Kora E. Bättig von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel for the European Association for Language Testing and Assessment 10th Annual Conference

Yomna Chami (Near Eastern Studies)

Oral Proficiency Interview Training and Certification

Colette Waldron (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to Paris to interview educators and teachers on EU textbooks

Raissa Krivitsky (Russian Department)

Tavel to Boston to attend the Northeast Modern Language Assocation

2009-10

Grit Matthias (Department of German Studies)

Travel to participate in the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Conference and the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium Conference

Raissa Krivitsky (Russian Department)

Travel to Moscow for the International Congress of Russian Language Researchers

Chrissy Hosea (Department of German Studies)

Travel to the Netherlands to participate in the 2010 Dutch/Flemish Dutch as a Second Language Teachers Association Conference, and to travel to Los Angeles for the 2010 Interdisciplinary Conference for Netherlandic Studies

Kora E. Bättig von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to Croatia and conduct research in the National and University Library

2008-09

Grit Matthias (Department of German Studies)

Research Internet-based language learning, the use of digital material in language instruction and intercultural communication

Gunhild Iris Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Jena, Germany for the International Conference for Teachers of German

Chrissy Hosea (Department of German Studies)

Travel to the Conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference

Kora E. Bättig von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to Croatia and conduct research in the National and University Library

Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm (Department of German Studies)

Travel to attend the Annual American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 

2007-08

Kostas Yiavis (Department of Classics)

Travel to Washington D.C. to attend a fall colloquium on Greek language organized by Harvard University

Gunhild Iris Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Florida for the annual meeting of the Center for International Business Education and Research Organization

Kora E. Bättig von Wittelsbach (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to Athens for the annual European Association for Language Testing and Assessment Conference

2006-07

Kostas Yiavis (Department of Classics)

Travel to Washington D.C. to conduct research

Karine Proux-Garcia (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to France to conduct research to develop a collection of recorded testimonies that will supplement the textbook being used for French 123

Ute Maschke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Berlin to attend a conference on "The Power of Language", which is hosted by the Institute for German Language Mannheim

Gunhild Iris Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Hamburg, Germany to produce updated teaching material for her German Business Culture course

Raissa Krivitsky (Russian Department)

Travel to Moscow to attend the Third International Congress of Russian Language Researchers: "Russian Language: its Historical Destiny and Present State"

2005-06

Maria Hnaraki (Near Eastern Studies)

Travel to Greece to conduct research and develop course and teaching materials for Cornell's Modern Greek Language courses

Karine Proux-Garcia (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to France to conduct research used to enhance the French language courses at Cornell

Ute Maschke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to attend conferences in Poland and Germany related to language testing and skill assessment

Krystyna Golkowska (Department of Russian)

Travel to Poland to attend a seminar and workship to collect materials to support teaching of 2nd and 3rd year Polish language at Cornell as well as for a related textbook

Martijna Aarts Briggs (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Belgium to attend the Colloquium Needlandicum

2004-05

Colette Waldron (Department of Romance Studies)

Travel to France for research, including meetings with historians, journalists, and French people and will focus on developing course material for a new Cornell course called "French Through Current Events"

Lena Trancik (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Stockholm to attend a conference focusing on issues in "Modern Sweden" that will be held by the Swedish Institute

Ute Maschke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Graz, Austria to attend an International Congress of Teachers of German

Gunhild Iris Lischke (Department of German Studies)

Travel to Graz, Austria to attend an International Congress of Teachers of German