HANSEN, WORSHAM WIN FELLOWSHIPS TO STUDY AT ASCSA

August 9, 2013

Hans Hansen and Rebecca Worsham each recently won fellowships to attend The American School of Classical Studies at Athens as regular members next year. Hansen, philology, won the James Rignall Wheeler Fellowship and Worsham, classical archaeology, the Emily Townsend Vermeule … Continued

UNDERGRADUATES RECEIVE ACADEMIC HONORS

August 2, 2013

Junior Phillip Alexander (Alex) Caprara was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa this term. The philosophy and Classics double-major is currently organizing the undergraduate conference for Eta Sigma Phi, the Classics undergraduate honors society. Also, senior Steve Burges will share the … Continued

KARSTEN RECEIVES HONORS, TO PRESENT PAPER

August 2, 2013

“It’s best for this not to happen the same as it does in the comedies, when everyone finds out everything.” Seeking to understand the meaning behind young husband Pamphilus’s single line from Terence’s Hecyra, Alex Karsten‘s produced “The Noble Lie … Continued

GRADUATE STUDENTS AWARDED DISSERTATION FELLOWSHIPS

August 2, 2013

Several of our graduate students are reaping the bounty of their scholarship. Patrick Dombrowski and Erika Weiberg both received Summer Research Fellowships from The Graduate School, which also granted Serena Witzke a Dissertation Completion Fellowship for the academic year of … Continued

UNDERGRADUATE HENRY ROSS NAMED LUCE SCHOLAR

May 6, 2013

Henry Ross, a senior Classics major with a minor in biology and a Morehead-Cain Scholar, has been awarded a competitive fellowship from the Henry Luce Foundation to live and learn in Asia for a year after he graduates this spring. … Continued

News and Notes

January 16, 2013

ELIZABETH ROBINSON’S ACHIEVEMENTS NOTED The Graduate School recently recognized Elizabeth Robinson, PhD ’13, for her many academic achievements and research experience in Italy. Robinson, a member of The Graduate School’s Royster Society of Fellows, spent the last four years researching … Continued