Funds and Programs that you can support...
Our funds are listed below, in alphabetical order. If a page on the OSU iGive Web site for the fund exists, then the name of the fund is directly linked to that page, where you can make your contribution to that fund through a secure, online connection. Or feel free to visit the Arts & Sciences website.
Robert C. Holub Fund (317979)
Supports German Studies in honor of Robert C. Holub.
Ilsedore Edse Fund (308792)
Supports a scholarship awarded to a German major or minor for travel to a German-speaking country.
Robert F. Gagel/Margo Cox Endowment Fund (642394)
Supports an undergraduate major in German at the junior rank with a scholarship in honor of Wolfgang Fleischhauer.
Carolyn Engel Luebeck Memorial Fund (604370)
Used by Department for lectures and other departmental scholarly activities.
Dr. Henry Kratz, Jr Fund (603813)
Supports Graduate Student Research in German in honor of Wolfgang Fleischhauer.
German Support Fund (303610)
Dieter Cunz Award, Undergraduate Project Award, Graduate Associate Distinguished Teaching Award in GLL, Graduate Student Service Award, Graduate Student Seminar Paper Award.
Friends of German (307589)
Student and departmental activities at the German House, Field trips.
Dresden Exchange and Scholarship Fund (305488)
To Provide Funds for Student Travel Grants to Dresden, Germany
Gustav W Eisenlohr Fund (601919)
Purchases books and films for the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures.
Henry Schmidt Drama Fund (309300)
Used to Support Dramatic Productions of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures.
The Ohio Eminent Scholar in German (605389)
Provides salary and program support for an outstanding scholar/leader in German.
Scandinavian Support Fund (309434)
Provides support to the Scandinavian Program.
Vorman-Anderson Professorship of Nordic Languages and Literatures (647488)
Provides support for a professor who, primarily, teaches Nordic Languages with an emphasis on Swedish language and literature.
Yiddish Program (303878)
Program support for Yiddish and the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures.