Effective problem solver with broad international experience and strong project management and relationship-building skills seeking a challenge with a growing team.
Taught German language courses at all skill levels. Designed varied lesson plans and implemented individual and group projects and assessments to develop and evaluate students German language proficiency. Aided in developing quizzes, exams, extracurricular opportunities and creative projects to assess students' language acquisition and cultural appreciation.
Designed, revised, and implemented innovative proficiency-oriented curricula for German language classes. Supervised small teams of teachers in developing lesson plans and assessments of students' progress. Observed team members and provided written feedback on classroom practice and performance.
Delivered engaging instruction to students in test preparation, math, and languages. Coordinated with sales team and parents to ensure program continuity and student success. Managed numerous concurrent programs. Delivered triple-digit score increases and full point grade improvement.
Professional proficiency: German, Mandarin Chinese (HSK 6), Dutch
Conversational proficiency: Spanish, Norwegian, Modern Standard Arabic
Grant, C. J. (2014). "Two Aspects of Nominal Style in the Seventeen Statutes and Twenty-four Landlaws." in Directions for Old Frisian Philology. edd. Rolf H. Bremmer, Jr., Stephen Laker, Oebele Vries. Amsterdam: Rodopi (=Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 73). pp. 119-144.
Grant, C. J. (2014). "An Interview with Robert D. Fulk." Journal of English Linguistics. 42 (4): 359-379.
Grant, C. J. (Forthcoming). "The Skaldic poetry of Heiðarvíga Saga." in Skaldic Poetry in the Scandinavian Middle Ages. Vol. 5. Ed. Tarrin Wills. Brepols.
Summa cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Matteo Ricci outstanding scholar of Chinese
Grant, C. J. (2016). “The interaction of Sievers' Law and West Germanic Gemination in Upper German.” 22nd Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference. Háskóli Íslands, Reykjavík, May 2016.
Grant, C. J. (2014). “A Typology of Verbal Prefixing in Indo-European.” Invited talk at the German Studies Institute colloquium, Bloomington, Indiana, Septemer, 2014.
Grant, C. J. (2013). “Finding the Right Tool: Approaches to Historical Language Contact.” Invited talk at the Germanic Studies Faculty-Student Colloquium, Bloomington, Indiana, September 2013.
Grant, C. J. (2012a). “A Cognitive Approach to Morphological Transparency in Old English: The Prefixes ā-, æt-, be- and for- in Beowulf.” 7th Studies in the History of the English Language conference. Indiana University, Bloomington, April, 2012.
Grant, C. J. (2012b). “An Acoustic Account of Anglian Smoothing.” 7th Studies in the History of the English Language conference. Indiana University, Bloomington, April, 2012.
Grant, C. J. (2012c). “Derived Nouns in the manuscripts of The Seventeen Statutes and Twenty-four Landlaws”. Invited talk at the German Studies Institute colloquium, Bloomington, Indiana, Septemer, 2012.
Grant, C. J. (2011). ‘“By dint of poetry I win the favor of the king': A Brief History of Irish Bardism.” Invited talk at the Bloomington Early Music Festival, Bloomington, Indiana. September, 2011.
Refugee Services of Texas, May 2017-present: Carry out various tasks to facilitate refugee arrival and integration in Austin.
SquashDrive Berkeley, California October 2016 - May 2017: Assisted head coach and worked independently with small groups of students. Provided squash instruction and led drills for low-income youth in Berkeley's National Urban Squash and Education Association affiliated urban squash program.
College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Indiana University, 2016-2017
Summer Research Fellowship, German Studies Institute, Indiana University, 2014
DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Study Fellowship - Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, 2012-2013
Summer Research Fellowship, German Studies Institute, Indiana University, 2012
Max Kade Fellowship, Max Kade Foundation, Indiana University, 2010-2011
Foreign Language Area Studies Summer Fellowship, Dutch - US Department of Education, Indiana University, Summer 2010
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