2016 Reappointments

In February 2016, the College of Arts & Letters recognized 2 new faculty members who have been reappointed and awarded continuing status at the University Faculty Reappointment Recognition Ceremony. Please join us in congratulating these great scholars. 


Angelika Kraemer is the Executive Associate Director of the Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA).  Angelika received her Ph.D. in 2008 from Michigan State in German Studies.  In her current position she directs the well-regarded and innovative CeLTA language school. She is the recipient of numerous awards including receiving first place in the 2012 MSU-AT&T Instructional Technology Awards Competition for her fully online course on German fairy tales titled UN-Happily Ever After: The Real Household Tales of Europe and receiving the Special Recognition Award for Promoting International Understanding from International Studies and Programs.


faculty_Amy_Kroesche.pngAmy Kroesche is an advisor at the ELC working with nearly 200 advisees/semester.  Her innovative work on the Young Adult Literature Program, developed as part of a U.S. State Department initiative, has been important in the ELC’s curriculum and in the development of a collaboration with our local library and school districts. In 2013 Amy was selected to participate in the NAFSA academy, a highly selective and competitive leadership program organized by NAFSA, the Association of International Educators.