BGSU'S Undergraduate Program at the University of Salzburg

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Faculty in Salzburg

The program is proud both of the quality of its teachers and the general support it is able to offer to the students. The program is supervised by a BGSU professor familiar with American and European universities. An Austrian resident director assists with housing, orientation, and excursions. The faculty also helps organize excursions and is available for support. In addition, graduate assistants serve as tutors and resident advisors!

Participating Faculty 2013-14

Christina Guenther, Ph.D., fall 2013 faculty program director. Introduction to Graduate Study

Fritz Baier, M.A., College of Education, Salzburg, intership director. Geography

Johann Baumgartner, M.A., Department of German, University of Salzburg. Pedagogy, German Grammar and Composition (Mittelstufe II)

Inge Becker, M.A., College of Education, Salzburg. Music History

Geoffrey Howes, spring 2014 faculty program director

Helga Mitterhumer, Ph.D., Deutsch-Studio Salzburg. Business German

Manfred Mittermayer, Ph.D., Department of German, University of Salzburg, resident director. Graduate Literature, German Grammar and Composition (Mittelstufe III)

Alexander Neunherz, M.A., University of Salzburg. Contemporary Austria

Markus Pausch, Ph.D., University of Salzburg. Political Science

Wilfried Schaber, Ph.D., History of Art

Eva-Maria Stuppnik-Bazzanella, M.A., Department of German, University of Salzburg. German Grammar and Composition (Mittelstufe I, Oberstufe)

Hanna Wallinger, Ph.D
., American Studies, University of Salzburg, academic director






Think you are ready for Salzburg?
Try taking our Salzburg quiz!
If you are leaving for Salzburg soon, have already been there, or are just interested in learning more about Salzburg, then you should try taking our Salzburg trivia quiz! From Mozart to Red Bull, this quiz will test your knowledge in various aspects of Austrian history, language, and culture!

Leaving soon for Salzburg?
Check out our "Salzburg Survival Guide" page!
We recommend that all students leaving for Salzburg take the GERM 300 course offered at BGSU. It deals with living abroad (possibly for the first time), living in Salzburg, and tips to help you all along the way. For all of those who can't attend this course (graduate students, students from other colleges, etc.) we have a Salzburg Survival Guide!

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