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Dr. Lynda J. King
Professor of German

Telephone: 737-3946
Office: Kidder 242
Office Hours: Winter Term 2001: Tues. and Thurs. 11-11:55 and by appt.

Lynda J. King has been teaching at Oregon State University since 1986, when she came to the Beaver state from the University of Texas at Austin. She has also been an instructor of German at the University of Minnesota and taught English in Vienna, Austria.

Besides teaching all levels of German courses at OSU, Dr. King has published many articles on women writers of Austria and Germany, the German publishing business, and German and American popular culture. Her book, Bestsellers by Design. Vicki Baum and the House of Ullstein, was published by Wayne State University Press.

Committed to international education, Dr. King served for two years as the Resident Director of Oregon's exchange program in Germany. Since then she has worked to promote international opportunities for OSU students.

For the last several years Dr. King has been collaborating with local foreign language teachers on a project to help facilitate students' transition from high school to university level language learning; she has also served on several statewide panels establishing benchmark levels for German proficiency as part of Oregon Educational Reform Act.

Recently she has also created several web sites for her classes and has taught on OSU Statewide, Oregon State University's distance education television network. She has been active in the Honors College and will be teaching Honors College courses this year.

In her free time, Dr. King can be found on the tennis courts, where she is still trying to learn to hit a decent forehand, or training Evie, the Sheltie, to run in agility. Click here to see Evie and Lynda, including Evie doing agility!