The repeat task for the LC-I takehome exam will be available as of 12 April (via email) and will be due on the 26th. If you have failed the overall module and have a failing grade for the takehome essay, please get in touch with your seminar instructor to review your previous attempt and to receive a copy of the repeat task.
Students who haven't received the necessary grades to sign up for a certain module (LC II; AAWGC; ED II; SHP III) via TOOL, please send an email to email@example.com, and we will do a preliminary enrollment for you. We need your name, student ID, and the parallel courses you picked (only applies to AAWGC).
Your enrollment will be canceled, though, if you haven't passed the required module exam.
Professor Garrett's office hours for next week are being shifted from Weds., 29 March to
Tue., 28 March, 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Young Mountain Marketing is a company that focuses on marketing the alpine region in a young and agile light. Its sustainable and innovative concepts seek to draw enthusiasts into the mountains while supporting a juvenile and active lifestyle. As a brand leader, Young Mountain Marketing’s customers are among the most prestigious ski resorts in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, France and Turkey.
The Course Catalog for the Summer Semester 2017 can be found here.
The online course registration for Kernfach/Wahlfach AND Wahlbereich students for the summer term 2017 starts on 22 March (noon). For parallel courses, choose early to get the seat you want.
TOOL closes on March 29, 5 pm.
You must enroll via TOOL at: https://almaweb.uni-leipzig.de/einschreibung
For further information please consult our course catalog and the attached registration info sheet.
Guest lecture with Prof Gillian Harkins, University of Washington
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
11 am - 1 pm
Campus Augustusplatz, HS 10
The lecture is free and open to the public.
For more information about Prof. Harkins visit her official university profile.
Due to illness, the Secretariat has to remain closed until 9 March.
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)
American Studies Leipzig is proud to announce Tom Drury as our next Picador Guest Professor for Literature. He will hold the professorship in the summer term of 2017.