Florencia Foxley ‘13 has been awarded the James Rignall Wheeler Fellowship, which will her to conduct research for a year in Greece.
Scholarships & Prizes
Departmental Classics Prizes
- The Daniel Gillis and Joseph Russo Prize is awarded for the best essay in Classical Studies.
- The William K. Baker Prize in Greek is presented by the Classics Department
- The Howard Comfort Prize in Latin is presented by the Classics Department
- The Class of 1896 Prize in Latin for Sophomores is awarded to the sophomore who has done the best work in Latin.
- The Class of 1902 Prize in Latin for First-years is awarded to the first-year who has done the best work in the Department.
- The Mark L. Hepps Prize is awarded in memory of Mark Larry Hepps '79. This prize is awarded for diligence in the study of elementary Latin.
- Society for Classical Studies Outstanding Student Award
Utraque Lingua Grants
The Utraque Lingua Grants support further study of Latin and Greek by Haverford students.
Eta Sigma Phi (Kappa Epsilon Chapter)
Eta Sigma Phi is an honorary collegiate society for students of Latin and/or Greek. Members are elected by the local chapter, which was inaugurated in the spring of 2019. The organization seeks to promote interest in classical studies among the students of colleges and universities; to promote closer relationships among students who are interested in classical study, including inter-campus relationship; to engage generally in an effort to stimulate interest in the study of the classical past, and in the history, art, and literature of ancient Greece and Rome. Members can attend the national conference, present papers at ΗΣΦ sponsored events, and are eligible for a range of scholarships and other support through the national organization.
Maggie Steinberg (‘19) has won a Stavros Niarchos Foundation Scholarship, which will allow Maggie to learn ancient Greek this summer at CUNY’s Latin/Greek Institute.
The Latin major has earned both a Haverford Classics Utraque Lingua grant and a fellowship from UC Berkeley to attend that university's Intensive Greek Workshop for 10 weeks this summer.
The Yale Ph.d. student and Haverford Latin major returned to campus to give a lecture as part of the library’s long-running Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series.
Cristian Espinoza '18, Will Edwards '18, and James Faville '18 will fund summer study in Greek and Latin with their awards.
The future religion major will use the award to fund ancient Greek language studies this summer.
The Classics Department is delighted to announce this year's winners of the Departmental Classics Prizes
Stephen Michael '16 wins Book Prize in 2014-2015 CAMWS Latin Translation Contest
The Classics Department congratulations Florencia Foxley (Classical Culture & Society '13), the winner of this year's A.T. Murray Research Fellowship.
The Haverford Department of Classics is pleased to recognize the winners of this year's Departmental awards for excellence in Latin and Greek.