Dr. Stephani Richards-Wilson graduated with her second doctorate from the German
Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her first doctorate is in Education
with an emphasis in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego. She is an
experienced educator, administrator, and researcher and has held leadership positions at
Marquette University as an Assistant Dean and at the University of San Diego where she
directed the MBA program. Prior to returning to academia, she worked as an International
Marketing Specialist at Nalge Company in Rochester, New York. 



Mathilde Franziska Anneke, Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies (2014)


Cry Wolf? Encounter Controversy: Christa Wolf's Legacy in Light of the Literature Debate, New German Review: A Journal of Germanic Studies (2010)


Angel at War, College of Arts and Sciences Leadership Research and Publications (1998)

Popular Press


Remembering the Rescuers, Marquette Magazine (2011)

Mentoring: Pass it On, Wisconsin Academy Review (2005)


Mathilde Franziska Anneke (1817-1884): Pioneer in More Ways than One, Society for German-American Studies Annual Conference (2014)

The Role of Bildung in Contemporary Society: Making the Case for Relevancy, Modern Language Association Annual Conference (2013)

Willi Graf of the White Rose: A Personal Struggle with the German Catholic Church, Annual Scholars' Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches (2012)


Willi Graf of the White Rose: Transformation of an Image (poster session), Mediale Transformationen des Holocaust (2011)

My dissertation focuses on Willi Graf of the student resistance group called the White Rose....



Catholic Student Resistance in Nazi Germany: Willi Graf of the White Rose (poster session), Marquette University International Faculty Research Poster Session (2010)


Willi Graf of the White Rose: The Role of Bildung in His Decision to Resist National Socialism (2013)

Willi Graf was a twenty-five year old medical student at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich...