Nadine Saupe
Lecturer in German

Profile

Biography

Nadine Saupe coordinates the German Language degree programme and teaches German Language and Society modules on all levels. With a strong background in teaching German Language and Society to students of different backgrounds and a variety of skill levels the implementation of learning language through studying culture and society is at the heart of Nadine’s work.

As programme coordinator she is very passionate about the development of new modules in a range of subject areas. E-Learning and the integration of a range of teaching materials and practices are a current interest which she is developing further.

Career

  • University of York
    Associate Lecturer and Programme Coordinator in German
  • Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, Scotland
    Daad-Lektorin
  • Department of German, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
    Daad-Lektorin
  • Bauhaus University Weimar
    Teaching Fellowship
  • Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany
    Teaching Fellowship
  • Concordia College Moorhead, Minnesota, USA
    Teaching Fellowship
  • Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
    MA in Intercultural (Business) Communication, German as a Foreign Language, American Studies

Departmental roles

  • Programme Coordinator for German (Degree programmes)
  • Visiting Student Supervisor
  • Open Day and Visit Day Coordinator
  • Chair of Teaching Committee

External activities

Memberships

  • Daad-Ortslektorenprogramm

Invited talks and conferences

  • Daad-Ortslektorenkonferenz “Deutsch – Sprache der Ideen”
    Berlin 2010 
  • Daad-Lektorenkonferenzen, Cumberland Lodge, London
    (regular conferences between 2001 – present)
  • Subject Leader Workshop for Modern Languages
    SOAS, London
  • Routes into Languages Conference
    Newcastle
  • LLAS Languages in Higher Education Conference: Transitions and Connections
    York
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Contact details

Nadine Saupe
Assoicate Lecturer in German
V/C/104
Department of Language and Linguistic Science

Tel: (0)1904 322656