DEPARTMENTAL UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS
The Russian Book Prize for Achievement in the Russian Language
The Russian Book Prize for Achievement in the Russian Language is awarded annually to the Russian major or minor with the highest achievement.
The John T. Krumpelmann Award for Excellence in German
The John T. Krumpelmann Fund was established in 1970 by the faculty of Germanic and Slavic Studies. The income generated by this fund is dedicated to the advancement of the study of Germanic Studies at Tulane University.”
The Sally Reed Atkins Award for Study in Germany
The Sally Reed Atkins Award is awarded to a female student with an outstanding scholastic record for study in Germany. The recipient will have entered Newcomb-Tulane College as a freshman and studied the German language and literature seriously. It is not required that German is her major subject, only that she wishes to pursue the study of the language further.
The Ann Royal Arthur Memorial Award in German
The Ann Royal Arthur Memorial Award in German was established in 1987 in memory of Professor Ann Royal Arthur of the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies. It is awarded to a student who has demonstrated a commitment to the study of German.
The department strongly encourages students to join the Epsilon Zeta chapter of Delta Phi Alpha, the German National Honorary Society. Students are eligible to join if they have at least two years of university-level German courses or their equivalent; a minimum overall GPA of 3.0; a minimum German GPA of 3.5; and a continued interest in the study of German language and culture.
Tulane U., Dept. of Germanic & Slavic Studies, Newcomb Hall 305, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5276 email@example.com