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Azoria Project accepting volunteer applications

February 3, 2014

Donald Haggis’s Azoria Project is now accepting volunteer applications for its summer 2014 field school. Applications are due April 1, and may be accessed through the Azoria website. The Azoria Project has received international acclaim for its innovative Archaeological practices, … Read more

ELIZABETH ROBINSON RECOGNIZED FOR ACHIEVEMENTS

August 28, 2013

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 her dissertation on the … Read more

HERINGTON PRIZES AWARDED

August 9, 2013

We congratulate the winners of our annual Herington Prize in Latin and Greek poetry performance for the fall 2012. Undergraduates Heather Swanson and Caitlin Hines respectively impressed the departmental judges with their Latin and Greek readings, and Zack Rider bested … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more