Sybille Bartels, Ph.D.

Sybille Bartels, Ph.D.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of German


2013 Dean’s Award for Professional Excellence Non-Tenure Track Teaching


Hitchcock 110-B
Modern Languages & Literatures 
Creighton. University 
2500 California Plaza
Omaha, Nebraska 68178

Phone (402) 280-1441
Fax     (402) 280-3703

Teaching at Creighton 2013/14

GER 102 (Beginning German)

GER 201 and GER 202 (Intermediate German)

GER 304 Literature and Civilization II/Advanced Language Skills

GER 572 “Reading German Film”

GER 525 “The New Berlin” Intensive Immersion for intermediate/advanced students of German , 2014 May Pre-Session; Faculty Led Program Abroad with Dr. Olaf Böhlke in Berlin


Taught at Creighton since 2008

Beginning and Intermediate German Language

FLPA “The New Berlin” (2010 and 2012)

German Literature and Civilization I and II

Introduction to German Literature

German Literature of the 19th Century

German “Novelle” of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Reading German Film

Beginning French


Service while at Creighton

Goethe Institute Nebraska Testing Center (Certified “Prüfungsbeauftragte”)
Annually offered, internationally recognized proficiency tests, “Zertifikat” (levels B1, B2, C1) for NE students and the public-at-large

Fulbright National Screening Committee for German Teaching Assistants;

Active NATG member and NASG judge; Study abroad advising


Previous Positions

Professor of German & Associate Dean for Student Success, Dana College;
Instructor, U of Nebraska-Lincoln;
Visiting Lecturer, Nanzan U, Nagoya, Japan


AATG  Certificate of Merit
NATG Outstanding Teacher of German
Burlington Northern Excellence in Teaching Award
DAAD and ELCA Travel Awards


Ph.D., Modern Languages & Literatures: German, U of Nebraska-Lincoln
“Das Opfer emanzipiert sich: Die Tochter im deutschen Roman des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts,“ Dissertation advisor:  Dr. Mark E. Cory

M.A.,  German and French, U of Nebraska-Lincoln