Monthly Archives: January 2011

Melissa Huber Awarded 2011-2012 Lionel Pearson Fellowship

The Lionel Pearson Fellowship is a top national honor presented each year by the American Philological Association, one of the top two professional associations for Classics in North America.  Each year, one senior undergraduate nationwide is selected for the award.  … Continue reading

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Student Research Nationally Recognized

Angelina Phebus, a senior AB classics major, was awarded first runner-up overall in the poster session at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America – one of the top two professional associations for Classics in North America.  This … Continue reading

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Kristen Gentile Presents Research on Ancient Medicine at National Conference

Dr. Kristen Gentile presented aspects of her recent research (Demeter’s Foods: Curing Infertility in Hippocratic Gynecology) at the 142nd meeting of the American Philological Association on January 9.  Her work, crossing the boundaries of religion, women’s studies, and medicine, brings a … Continue reading

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