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The English Academic Writing Lab will be offering writing consultations for English and four workshops during the Long Night Against Procrastination on Thursday, March 2.
The Long Night Against Procrastination will be held at the Albertina Library from 8pm to midnight, during which you can visit the writing consultations for English. Additionally, the 4 workshops offered are as follows:
Effective Paragraphing, 8–9 pm (Vortragsraum)
Punctuation: Traffic Signals to Guide Your Reader, 9:30–10 pm (Café Alibi)
Dr. Anja Eifert worked her last full day at the Institute for American Studies at Leipzig on Thursday, 9 February. Her replacement will be available as of 1 April. Her successor will take over as coordinator of international studies services at the institute, and will teach courses
in the SHP series of courses.
Dr. Eifert has been an outstanding contributor to the excellence of the institute. She will be very much missed. She is moving on to pursue other opportunities.
On January 31, Prof. Crister S. Garrett, was asked to fact check statements made by guests of the ARD talk show hart aber fair.
Hart aber fair is a talk show where moderator Frank Plasberg discusses current topics of public interest with guests from politics, economics and the society. Together with SWP’s Laura von Daniels, expert on transatlantic trade relations, Prof. Garrett fact checked the recent hart aber fair episode.
On January 31, Prof. Crister S. Garrett, was interview by Kirsten Gerhard from the Tagesschau.
Current Picador Professor, author of the upcoming novel The Night Ocean, Paul La Farge held two "Picador at School" workshops at the University of Leipzig and at the Reclam Gymnasium.
You can now watch the Picador Reading with current Picador Professor Paul La Farge in its entirety on YouTube, link below:
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On November 22, current Picador Professor Paul La Farge read from his upcomming novel The Night Ocean. The reading was held at the Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst and saw up to 60 guests in attendance, including the US Consulate General Scott Riedmann who held opening remarks. The event was moderated by Diane Hielscher.
Dear students, please note that the Internship Support Office Hours with new Internship Coordinator, Christin Habermann, will be held Tuesdays 1-2pm.
You can also contact the Internship Coordinator via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org