Please help us welcome Dr. Amy Lather, the new Assistant Professor of Classical Languages! Dr Lather joins the department from the University of Texas, where she completed her PhD with a dissertation entitled, “Sense and Sensibility: The Experience of Poikilia in Archaic and Classical Greek Thought.” Her research focuses on Read more »
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The Wake Forest Faculty Fellowship Program is one of financial support designed to honor Wake Forest’s best teacher-scholars. One of the endowed Faculty Fellowships, generously provided by the Kenyon Family, has been awarded to Dr. Michael Sloan of Classical Languages. The Department of Classical Languages offers it greatest thanks for the support Read more »
The Department of Classical Languages is proud to laud Laura ‘Ware’ Adlington for her award winning dissertation undertaken at the University College, London. Degree: MSc University College, London Field: Archaeometry Degree title: The Technology and Analysis of Archaeological Materials Dissertation: Revelations in the Study of Medieval Stained Glass Windows: The Scientific Read more »
Professor Pendergraft was awarded one of Wake Forest’s most prestigious awards, the Excellence in Advising Award, at this year’s New Student Convocation. Congratulations Dr. Pendergraft, and thank you for your dutiful service on behalf of Wake Forest’s students!!! More about her award can be read here and pictures can be Read more »
A highly competitive NEH summer stipend has been granted to Dr. Oksanish to support his research on Vitruvius. Congratulations to Dr. Oksanish for this recognition and validation of his fascinating work!
Dr. Pendergraft received a well-deserved teaching award at this year’s CAMWS convention: “CAMWS Award for Excellence in College Teaching”. Additionally an ovatio was given for her service to CAMWS and the Classics profession. Tibi gratulationes facimus!
Professor Emeritus Rob Ulery was presented with the “Lifetime Achievement” award at the recent National Eta Sigma Phi convention. Congratulations, Prof. Ulery, for this deserving recognition of his excellent service and dedication to the field of Classical Languages!
Dr. Gellar-Goad’s Latin Composition Class has caught the positive attention of the pedagogically curious. This article discusses his innovative approach and its positive response from students. Additionally, the University website has now posted a different article. “Well played” Dr. Gellar-Goad!
On Tuesday 2 April 2013, Classical Languages major Michael J. Hunter (’14) was one of four undergraduates to be awarded the prestigious G. W. Greene Scholarship. The G.W. Greene Scholarship is given by the Wake Forest chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (of which Mr. Hunter is a new member) to Read more »
Wake Forest University and the Iota Beta Chapter of the Department of Classical Languages will host the 85th Eta Sigma Phi convention (April 5-7, 2013). For more information, visit this site.