German Alumni

Graduates from the German program have gone on to teach German in secondary schools, attend law school, pursue graduate studies and work in international business and the tourism industry.

  • Justine Greve was awarded a Fulbright scholarship and served as a teaching assistant in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern region of Germany.
  • Tim Haynes worked in Karlsruhe, Germany, for the Mennonite Hilfswerk, a charitable organization of the Mennonite church.
  • Patrick Lattin, who studied French and German at Baker, earned a Master's in French Studies and Journalism at New York University.
  • Meagan Crough Meneley teaches German at Abilene High School.
  • Amy Lovell obtained a Master of Science in Teaching and Leadership and teaches third grade at Kennedy Elementary School in Lawrence, Kan.
  • Deborah Abbo teaches high school German in Colorado.
  • Anthony Henderlong earned a Master of International Business and Finance at Loyola University in Chicago and works for the John Hancock Financial Network.
  • Michael Stallings works as a historical tour guide for Fat Tire Bicycle Tours in Berlin.
  • Kim Nichols Watts earned a master's degree from Middlebury College and studied for a year in Germany at the University of Mainz.  She served for more than 15 years as an adjunct professor of German and now teaches German at Olathe Northwest High School.