News

2 years ago
 The American Philological Association/American Classical League Joint Committee on  the Classics in American Education (JCCAE) has awarded 1st year Latin Pedagogy  Emphasis student Stephanie Hutching an inaugural 2014 Zeph Stewart Latin Teacher  ...
2 years ago
 ​Asia Del Bonis-O'Donnell The Etruscan Foundation has awarded 1st year Classical Archaeology Emphasis student Asia Del Bonis-O’Donnell a Fieldwork Fellowship to excavate this summer at Campo della Fiera in Orvieto, Italy, under the direction of the...
2 years ago
The 2014 HOMERATHON, a reading of Homer sponsored by the Eta Sigma Phi Classics Honorary and the Department of Classics, will begin at 5 a.m. on the UA Mall and continue all day, Thursday, April 17.  Flyer    
3 years ago
Ten current UA Classics graduate students’ CAMWS abstracts have been accepted. Elizabeth Del Curto, Lucca Green, Matt Harder, Stephanie Hutchings, Michael Koletsos, Emily Prosch, Cara Ramsey, Justin Shaw, Mike Spanne, and Ben Winnick will all...
3 years ago
 The Department of Classics is proud to announce that its search for  two Visiting Assistant Professors has been successfully completed with  the hiring of Drs. Robert Groves and Alexandra Kennedy.   Dr. Groves received his Ph.D. from UCLA in 2012...
3 years ago
 The Executive Council of the American Classical League (ACL) has named Dr. Cynthia White as the new  Director of its National Latin and Greek Teacher Placement Service. The ACL operates the National Latin  and Greek Teacher Placement Service in...
3 years ago
Front Row (L. to R.): Stefania Mitzithras, Kevin Lubrano, Dr. John Bauschatz, Dr. Eleni Hasaki; Middle Row (L. to R.): Emily Hulme, Dr. Julia Annas, Marissa Gurtler, Laura Grantham-Ortiz, Dr. Mike Lippman, Katie Littlefield, Amanda Cookson-Carver,...
3 years ago
   The University of Arizona held its annual Awards of Distinction Ceremony on  Monday, April 29. Each year, five faculty members are honored as the  recipients of the university's most distinguished awards. Dr. David Christenson  was a winner of...
3 years ago
UA Alumnus and current Professor of Classics at Austin College Dr. Robert Cape has won an Ovatio, CAMWS's highest award. Here is the story from the Austin College Campus News:   Dr. Robert Cape, Professor of Classics at Austin College, has been  ...
3 years ago
Under the supervision of Dr. Eleni Hasaki, art student Steve Carcello has built a working reconstruction of an ancient Greek pottery wheel. See the full story in UA News.      

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