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Doris Kirchner

Director, German School

Middlebury College

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Middlebury College

40 Main Street

Middlebury, Vermont, 05753

United States

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Middlebury College, one of the country's leading liberal arts colleges, offers a rigorous liberal arts curriculum that is particularly strong in languages, international studies, environmental studies, sciences and literature. About 2,450 students attend Middl...more

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URI and Sharif


Professor of German

University of Rhode Island


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BERGHAHN BOOKS : Oxford, New York : Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Publishing!

Edited by Neil H. Donahue and Doris Kirchner
Doris Kirchner is Associate Professor of German at the University of Rhode Island.


http://www.projo.com/ri/northkingstown/content/sc_davcol13_03-14-07_JM4P1KD.2c3eb5d.html

He's so big; he gets so much attention," said his owner, Doris Kirchner, a professor of languages at the University of Rhode Island.Kirchner, who lives in Warwick, works out at the West Bay YMCA in North Kingstown.She saw a sign posted there two years ago that noted the Y was looking for dogs to take part in its after-school reading program.She signed on.Also, "He had to allow someone other than me to handle his paws, head, ears, et cetera," Kirchner said."That's when we go on unemployment," Kirchner joked. She hooked up with Barbara Montecalvo for a spring program.She and Sharif visited once a week last spring, and are doing the same this year with Montecalvo's third-graders, beginning last week.Kirchner and Montecalvo became friends when their sons attended the same Montessori school.They ran into each other after Kirchner and Sharif joined the reading program."I told her about the reading program and a few weeks later she asked me if we wanted to visit her class," Kirchner said.Montecalvo managed to sneak out just long enough to introduce Kirchner and Sharif to her class.Growing up, Kirchner always wanted a Great Dane, but her parents wouldn't allow it.She came to URI in 1993.When she was granted tenure in 1999, her husband, Ron Loeser, bought her a Great Dane, since they were now staying put.That was Nike, a female who has since passed away.Today, the Kirchners have two Great Danes - 3-year-old Sharif and a 6-year-old female, Zoe, who Kirchner said is too hyper to be a reading dog.Kirchner said she believes the program works well because "a dog doesn't judge them.


http://www.projo.com/ri/northkingstown/content/sc_davcol13_03-13-07_JM4P1KD.331db0f.html

He's so big; he gets so much attention," said his owner, Doris Kirchner, a professor of languages at the University of Rhode Island.Kirchner, who lives in Warwick, works out at the West Bay YMCA in North Kingstown.She saw a sign posted there two years ago that noted the Y was looking for dogs to take part in its after-school reading program.She signed on.Also, "He had to allow someone other than me to handle his paws, head, ears, et cetera," Kirchner said."That's when we go on unemployment," Kirchner joked. She hooked up with Barbara Montecalvo for a spring program.She and Sharif visited once a week last spring, and are doing the same this year with Montecalvo's third-graders, beginning last week.Kirchner and Montecalvo became friends when their sons attended the same Montessori school.They ran into each other after Kirchner and Sharif joined the reading program."I told her about the reading program and a few weeks later she asked me if we wanted to visit her class," Kirchner said.Montecalvo managed to sneak out just long enough to introduce Kirchner and Sharif to her class.Growing up, Kirchner always wanted a Great Dane, but her parents wouldn't allow it.She came to URI in 1993.When she was granted tenure in 1999, her husband, Ron Loeser, bought her a Great Dane, since they were now staying put.That was Nike, a female who has since passed away.Today, the Kirchners have two Great Danes - 3-year-old Sharif and a 6-year-old female, Zoe, who Kirchner said is too hyper to be a reading dog.Kirchner said she believes the program works well because "a dog doesn't judge them.Doris Kirchner professor of languages at URI and Sharif's owner Print this page Add RSS feeds E-mail this story Advertisement >


http://www.projo.com/ri/northkingstown/content/wb_davcol13_03-13-07_JM4P1KD.33afd43.html

He's so big; he gets so much attention," said his owner, Doris Kirchner, a professor of languages at the University of Rhode Island.Kirchner, who lives in Warwick, works out at the West Bay YMCA in North Kingstown.She saw a sign posted there two years ago that noted the Y was looking for dogs to take part in its after-school reading program.She signed on.Also, "He had to allow someone other than me to handle his paws, head, ears, et cetera," Kirchner said."That's when we go on unemployment," Kirchner joked. She hooked up with Barbara Montecalvo for a spring program.She and Sharif visited once a week last spring, and are doing the same this year with Montecalvo's third-graders, beginning last week.Kirchner and Montecalvo became friends when their sons attended the same Montessori school.They ran into each other after Kirchner and Sharif joined the reading program."I told her about the reading program and a few weeks later she asked me if we wanted to visit her class," Kirchner said.Montecalvo managed to sneak out just long enough to introduce Kirchner and Sharif to her class.Growing up, Kirchner always wanted a Great Dane, but her parents wouldn't allow it.She came to URI in 1993.When she was granted tenure in 1999, her husband, Ron Loeser, bought her a Great Dane, since they were now staying put.That was Nike, a female who has since passed away.Today, the Kirchners have two Great Danes - 3-year-old Sharif and a 6-year-old female, Zoe, who Kirchner said is too hyper to be a reading dog.Kirchner said she believes the program works well because "a dog doesn't judge them.Doris Kirchner


Global Citizenshep seeks to improve study abroad programs - The Brown and White

The panel consisted of ten panelists including Natalie Mello from WPI, Kaye Edwards of Haverford College, Kathleen Claussen of Indiana University, Bloomington, Chip Peterson of the University of Minnesota, Barbara Rowe of Yale University, Greg Mahler of Kalamazoo College, Paul Kuehn of Rutgers University, Inge Herma of the University of Pennsylvania, Lance Kenney of Villanova University, and Doris Kirchner of the University of Rhode Island."Our students live together in a learning community," Kirchner said.Herma, of UPENN agreed."It is a truly international community, limited to 40 to 45 students," she said.


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