Associate Professor of German and International Affairs, CCAS & Elliott School of International Affairs
GW-CIBER Business Language Coordinator
- Department: Center for International Business Education & Research
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: (202) 994-5727
- Office: Phillips Hall, 513 • 801 22nd St NW • Washington, DC • 20052
- Ph.D in German, Georgetown University
Margaret Gonglewski came to GW to direct the German language program in 1995, after completing her Ph.D. in German at Georgetown University. Her scholarly work focuses on foreign language pedagogy, and she is co-author of Treffpunkt Deutsch, one of the top introductory level German textbook programs in North America. She has published articles on topics such as effective uses of technology in language teaching and learning, critical issues in materials selection, and the paradigm shift from language labs to language centers. From 2004 to 2008, Gonglewski served as the first Director of the GW Language Center, initiating innovative programming, as well as support and recognition for GW’s language faculty. She has been awarded several grants for developing materials to assist faculty in teaching business languages, and she is currently Business Languages Coordinator for GW’s Center for Business Education and Research, funded by a grant for the U.S. Department of Education. She won a Bender Teaching Award in her third year at GW and in 2002 she received the CCAS Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising.
Business Language Projects:
- GW-CIBER Business German Module
Other Business Language Experience:
GW-CIBER Workshops (presenter):
- Using Business Cases in the Business Language Classroom, and Creating Mini-cases for the Business Language Classroom
- Synergies from Two Disciplines: Best Practices Teaching with Business Cases
- KU-CIBER Business Language Conference 2009
International Business Negotiations CIBER Faculty Development seminar (participant).