The Department of Classics congratulates the winners of the 2019 Ann Nichols awards!
Grace Westfall is winner of a Herodotus grant, which covers a significant portion of the expenses for a departmentally approved semester-long study abroad program. Grace is a sophomore who is a double major in Classics and Environmental Studies. She studied Latin in high school and is very enthusiastic about continuing her studies in Classics. She plans to use her Herodotus grant to study in the UK in the fall semester at the University of Edinburgh.
Braden Davis is also the recipient of a Herodotus grant. Braden is a sophomore and a new Classics major. He is planning to apply to study abroad next spring semester, in his junior year, and is hoping to study at the Centro, College Year in Athens, or Classics at University College Dublin. He is excited to have the opportunity to study in a country where classical culture remains deep rooted. He feels it will be an eye-opening experience that will enrich his classical studies.
Congratulations to Grace and Braden for these truly once-in-the lifetime opportunities to expand their academic and cultural horizons and give stronger roots to their study of Classics.
Ann Nichols Fellowships (for continued study at CU Boulder) were awarded to the following outstanding students:
- Amy Chouinard
- Dahlia Bishop-Cotner
- Genevieve LaMee
- Holly Harber