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"Do Dürer" Exhibition
International House
Albrecht Dürer was a German painter, printmaker, engraver, mathematician, and theorist from Nuremberg who is regarded as the greatest artist of the Northern Renaissance. Still in his twenties when he became famous throughout Europe, his vast body of work includes altarpieces and religious works, numerous portraits and self-portraits, and copper engravings. Tour the "Do Dürer" Exhibition a small group of lithographic state proofs based on Dürer's engravings and woodcuts created by UTK art students at the I-House this week.

Meet Famous Germans!
Various Locations Across Campus: Hodges Library, International House, the University Center, the Pedestrian Mall and the HSS Amphitheater in connection with the Outdoor Games.
Have your Picture taken with Luther, Goethe, Angela Merkel, and many, many others… Make sure to post your pictures on our Facebook page!

WUOT is our special sponsor for the "Metropolis" Photo Opportunity on the UTK campus.

Special German Programming on WUOTMusic Lineup
91.9 FM Radio
WUOT 91.9

Special German Programming on WUTK
90.3 Radio, and three on-site visits
WUTK 90.3

"German House"
International House
The I-House is "German House" during the do Deutsch! German Campus Week.

German Booth
Language Resource Center,
1-17 Alumni Memorial Building

Check out the German Booth in the Language Resource Center.

Hodges Library does Deutsch
Hodges Library
Hodges Library features German(y) and the Starbucks Café in Hodges Library goes German.

ARAMARK does Deutsch
Dining Halls
German Food Items featured in the dining halls all week.
Find a dining hall near you »

Monday Schedule—do Deutsch! Week

Monday, October 10

All Day German Scavenger Hunt "Do Deutsch" Organization Site in BlackBoard German Scavenger Hunt "Schnitzeljagd"

How well do you know Germany: from music and technology to politics and science? Participate in the German Scavenger Hunt and Win Great Prizes! Login tothe "Do Deutsch" Organization Site in BlackBoard, Complete your Questionnaire, and Submit Online.

Visit Hodges Library to find some answers and submit your answers online. Did not get the perfect score? Try again and get 20 out of 20 the next time. Top entries will be determined by random drawing out of all participants with the highest score. The winners will receive a variety of prizes.
12:00—1:00pm Dog Show
Event Flyer
Dog Show
HSS Amphitheatre Did you know that American Police Dogs Speak German?

Police dogs, like other service dogs, must have temperaments that feature intelligence and love of utility. Most of the police dogs have been at first a Schutzhund (guard dog); with additional lifelong training, the dogs are ready for active police duty. The police dog and his handler together make up a K-9 unit. Police dogs are one of the most effective and diverse tools used in policing, because of their sense of smell, speed, and acute hearing. A police dog will respond to noise from 140 yards away, compared to about 40 yards for a human. The most well-known police dog is the German Sheppard (Deutscher Schferhund), bred and purchased in Germany, Czech Republic, and/or the Netherlands, where strict breeding standards dominate. Most of these dogs are trained in German, Dutch, or Czech languages because the training starts at the stage of a puppy. Since these dogs are used to their "native" language, Knoxville K-9 police officers must use the dogs' native language when commanding them or working with them. The Knox County sheriff's department has seventeen K-9 units. These K-9 teams play an important role in law enforcement across East Tennessee. They are highly trained to respond to several types of incidents.

We will have some of these highly trained K-9 units on campus in the amphitheater behind the HSS building to demonstrate their skills.

Lustiges Hundevideo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StSkI9tPugE
1:00—2:30pm Outdoor Games
Games
HSS Amphitheatre Come. Participate. Win!
Also: Great Photo Op! Make sure to meet Goethe, Luther and other famous Germans!
3:00—5:00pm "König Fussball! Königin Fussball!" (Soccer Festival)
Soccer
Pedestrian Mall Are you a soccer king or queen? Can you score drei oben, drei unten? Test your soccer skills on our Torwand by trying to hit balls into the upper left and lower right corners of the goal. Compare your scores against German soccer legends.
5:30—7:00pm Board Games, Great Conversations, and Fun. International House, Great Room Do you know "Mensch-ärger-dich-nicht" or "Mühle"? Have you ever played a bilinugual version of "Scrabble"? Come to learn about German Board Games, play the, have great conversations, and win!
8:00—10:00pm Outdoor Movie Theatre & Popcorn
Film Poster
HSS Amphitheater (RAIN VENUE: Hodges Library Auditorium) Bandits
Directed by Katja von Garnier, 1997
Rated R. (110 min.)
German with English subtitles.

Four female prison inmates form a band and get a chance to play at a police ball outside the walls, andof coursetake the opportunity to escape. While on the run from the law, they make it big as outlaw musicians. Make sure to listen songs for the sound-track of "Bandits" on WUTK 90.3

 

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