Nikki Love has been admitted to the Summer Session of the American School for Classical Studies at Athens AND she has won the Brent Froberg Scholarship from Eta Sigma Phi for this same program.
STUDENT AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2032
Nikki Love, Anthony Parenti and Matt Watton are Classics students elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Matt is also this year's recipient of the Department's Nicholas Vlachos Award for outstanding achievement in classical languages.
Alex Jagielski is a ribbon-winner for her excellent performance on the National College Greek Exam.
Eamonn Connor is a winner of the 2013 Temple Library Prize and is the 2013 recipient of the Halpern Award in the Humanities from the College of Liberal Arts.
Nikki Love was elected to Megale Crysophylax (national treasurer of Eta Sigma Phi!).
Nikki Love has been named a Diamond Peer Teacher for fall 2013. Nikki will assist Dr. Mitchell-Boyask with Greek 1.
Anthony Parenti has been named a Diamond Peer Teacher for fall 2013. Anthony will assist Dr. Hersch with Latin 1.
Brian Cash and Jasmine Dejackome have been awarded ribbons for their excellent performance on the national College Greek exam.
Drew Rosado has won the Undergraduate Assistant Award from Computer and Information Science.
Sonam Vachhani, Ashley Gilbert, Eamonn Connor, Katie Gussman and Julia Hayward are Classics students elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Faith Garrett has won The Sara M. Halpen Award in the Humanities from CLA and the Nicholas Vlachos Memorial Award from this department.
Anthony Parenti has won the John Means Study Abroad Scholarship from CLA.
Samantha Davidson will spend the summer at an archaeological dig on Cyprus, with full funding from an NSF grant administered by Davidson College.
Matt Watton has won a Diamond Peer Teachership for fall 2012 in Latin 1
Brandon Glackin is the new national Grammateus for Eta Sigma Phi
Ashley Gilbert's Eta Sigma Phi convention presentation on Livy and the Apparatus Criticus
was judged second place and was accepted for presentation at APA 2031 annual meeting, next
January in Seattle.
Eamonn Connor has won a place working in the Agora excavations at the American School at Athens for summer 2012, as well as a Temple University Diamond Research Award for fall 2012
Sonam Vachhani has won a place in Teach For America. She will teach ESLin Atlanta.
STUDENT AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2011
Alex Mashett: CLA Information Technology Award
Faith Garrett: Ellen Stover Northup Award in International Studies
Lauren Faralli: The Sara M. Halpen Award in the Humanities
Lauren Faralli: Professor Nicholas Vlachos Memorial Award
Rick Powanda: John Means Study Abroad Scholarship
Eamonn Connor: John Means Study Abroad Scholarship
National Collegiate Greek Exam Winners