Peter McIsaac, associate professor of Germanic languages and literatures and associate chair, awarded the departmental awards during the German department’s commencement reception on Thursday, May 2, 2019. Visit Facebook to view the complete photo album from the event.
Bronson-Thomas Essay Prize
These prizes were established through the bequest of $1,000 by Thomas Bertrand Bronson, class of 1881, in memory of Calvin Thomas, who served as first chair of the department of Germanic Languages and Literatures and was a great pioneer in the field of German Studies generally. The Bronson-Thomas competition was first held in 1929, and has been held annually ever since.
Winners of Advanced German Essay Prize
Martin Haller Prize
Best German Honors Thesis
Frank X. Braun Award
The Frank Braun Prize for the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor in the German language program is awarded each year in honor of the late Professor Frank X. Braun, who was a dedicated teacher in the department for many years.
Outstanding Graduate Student Instructors:
Lecturer of the Year Award
Student Nominated Award for Excellence in Teaching and Promoting German Language and Culture: