2017 Student Award Winners

Published: May 1, 2017

King-Hill Fellow in the Teaching of Latin:

The King-Hill award was established o commemorate the work of Joy King, professor emerita and former chair of our department, and Barbara Hill, who for may years served as Latin program coordinator.  This award is given to support a student pursing an MA degree in the Teaching of Latin.

Brandi Boseovski - First year M.A.T

 

Ann Nichols Fellowship:

For undergraduates, in each year since 1999-2000 we have been able to award a set of generous fellowships to help cover some of the costs of in-state tuition at CU ($4,000), participation in our field school ($4,000), and approved study abroad programs ($10,000 or more). These fellowships, the Nichols Fellowships, have been funded each year by a generous CU alumna and classics major, Ann Nichols. We are delighted and grateful each time our donor renews her gift, and whenever we learn that funds will be available we announce an application process for the fellowships.

Cal Hoffman                Ann Nichols (for study at CU Boulder)
Meghan Dulsky           Ann Nichols   
Brenna Evans               Ann Nichols 
Alex Goodgion          Ann Nichols   
Addie Tomsyck           Ann Nichols    
Conor Mead                 Romulus (for archaeological field school)           
Krystal Arnold             Herodotus (for a semester long study abroad program)

 

Dwyer Translation Prize:

 

We are delighted to be able to offer a prize to undergraduates for the best translation of an unseen Greek and/or Latin text during a timed translation exam in the spring, thanks to the Dwyer Translation Prize provided by CU classics alumnus Matthew Dwyer. We do not assume that these prizes will always be available

Seth Osborn (won both Greek and Latin translations)