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Gabriela Theis and Karl F. Bahm (04/22/2013)


Office of Multicultural Affairs

University of Wisconsin-Superior

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P.O. Box 2000
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Office of Multicultural Affairs

Gabriela Theis and Karl F. Bahm (04/22/2013)

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning want you to meet:

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Gabriela Theis


Hometown: Navolato, Sinaloa Mexico

Department or Office: Office of Multicultural Affairs

Where did you attend college, grad school, doctoral school?: College - Institute technologic Of Culiacan (Mexico) and University Of Minnesota Duluth. Grad School - Concordia, St. Paul.

Programs/services that you coordinate/provide (only list the names): Making College Accessible, Student Peer Mentorship Program, and Diversity Leadership Retreat. I also advocate for students of color and assist them when they need help at the University.

In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?: When difficult times come, persevere and never give up on education!

What is your favorite book?: The Labyrinth of Solitude by Octavio Paz

One fun fact about you: When I was growing up, I used to swim with my dog. I never realized that my dog taught me how to swim, until my kids told me that I swim like a dog (Dog paddle).


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Karl F. Bahm


Hometown: Spokane, Washington

Department or Office: Department of Social Inquiry (History)

Where did you attend college, grad school, and/or doctoral school?: Seattle University for B.A.s (Political Science and Foreign Languages); the University of Michigan for Master's (Russian and Eastern European Studies); the University of Chicago for Ph.D. (European History)

List what classes you teach?: Early-Modern and Modern European History surveys; the Ancient Mediterranean; histories of Nationalism and Socialism; War and Peace in Bosnia; Men and Women in Nazi Germany; the Memory of the Holocaust; and Historiography and the Senior Thesis

In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?: Don't believe your teachers; listen to them.

What is your favorite book?: That is a cruel question. But to randomly pick one among my many favorites: Faust, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

One fun fact about you: For a couple years in the mid-2000s, while teaching full-time at UW-Superior, I moonlighted as a short-order cook at the Duluth Grill.


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If you would like to be featured as a Faculty/Staff Spotlight:

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) are excited to collaborate on a new initiative called Faculty/Staff Spotlight! Modeled after the new Student Spotlight hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, this feature will spotlight photos and information about our great faculty and staff.  Won't you please consider being part of this Spotlight opportunity?
 
To participate, all you need to do is fill out the following information and return to cetl@uwsuper.edu:
 
Faculty/Instructional Staff Questions:
 
Name:
Hometown:
Department or Office:
Where did you attend college, grad school, and/or doctoral school?
List what classes you teach:
In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?
What is your favorite book?
One fun fact about you:

Non-Instructional Staff Questions:
 
Name:
Hometown:
Department or Office:
Where did you attend college, grad school, doctoral school?
Programs/services that you coordinate/provide (only list the names):
In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?
What is your favorite book?
One fun fact about you:



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