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Spring 2018

In April, three M.A. students presented research at the annual Meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South in Albuquerque, NM:
Nick Bolig, "Where the Truth Lies: Euripides' Democratic Challenge in Helen"
Miriam Walski, “Positively Biased: Tacitus on the Mutinies in Panonia and Germany"
Michael Fons, “Reading Hypsipyle's Medea: Looking at the chronology of Ovid's Heroides 6 and 12"

2018 M.A. graduate Michael Fons will begin his Ph.D. studies in Classics at the University of Virginia in the fall.

2018 M.A. graduate Rachel Morrison will begin her Ph.D. studies in Classics at UCLA in the fall.

​2018 M.A. graduate Katri Niemi accepted a position as the Latin teacher at Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, TX.  She will teach Latin at all levels.

Spring 2017

 

Spring 2017 M.A. graduate Michael Woo received the Mary A. Grant Award from The Classical Association of the Middle West and South.  The award - named in honor of Dr. Mary A. Grant from the University of Kansas - is a fellowship to attend the summer session of the American Academy in Rome.  In the fall, Michael will begin Ph.D. study at the University of Michigan.​   

Spring 2014

Congratulations are in order for Josh Parr (M.A. 2014), who has won KU's Carlin Graduate Teaching Award after teaching CLSX 148 (Greek and Roman Mythology), and for Lizzy Adams (M.A. 2013), who has won KU's Outstanding Thesis Award for her thesis "Esse videtur: Occurrences of Heroic Clausulae in Cicero’s Orations".

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