Congratulations to our PhDs!

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Congratulations to our 2017 PhDs for the successful defenses of their dissertations and for a successful season in a very tough job market.

Elizabeth Artemis Clark, ‘The Chronicle of Novalese: Translation, Text, and Literary Analysis’; Liz continues as a full-time teacher at Lakewood Montessori Middle School in Durham, after a number of years at Cedar Ridge High School in Hillsborough

Daniel Schindler, ‘Late Roman and Byzantine Galilee: A Provincial Case Study from the Perspective of the Imported and Common Pottery’; Daniel has accepted a position as Adjunct Instructor at Elon University

Tedd Wimperis, ‘Cultural Memory and Constructed Ethnicity in Vergil’s Aeneid‘; Tedd has likewise accepted a position as Adjunct Instructor at Elon University

Our other recent PhDs have also fared well:

Rex Crews (2016) continues as Adjunct Instructor at Duke University
Robyn LeBlanc (2016) continues as Lecturer at UNC Greensboro
Pablo Molina (2016) continues as a full-time teacher at the Louisiana School of Math, Science, and the Arts
Zack Rider (2016) has accepted a position as Visiting Instructor at the University of South Carolina
Katie DeBoer Simons (2016) continues as Visiting Assistant Professor at Indiana University
Erika Weiberg (2016) continues as tenure-track Assistant Professor at Florida State University
John Esposito (2015) has accepted a position as Lecturer at UNC Greensboro
Rebecca Worsham (2015) continues as Visiting Assistant Professor at Smith College
Serena Witzke (2014) has accepted a one-year position as Visiting Assistant Professor at Wesleyan University

Congratulations to them all!  For more information about the careers of our PhDs and MAs, see here, and for a full list of all PhD dissertations and MA theses, see here.