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Honorary Members: Eta Kappa at The Catholic University of America

Honorary Members: Eta Kappa at The Catholic University of America

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Prof. Frank A. C. Mantello Professor Frank A. C. Mantello was hired as Assistant Professor at The Catholic University of America in 1979 and will retire as Ordinary Professor and Margaret Gardiner Scholar in August 2016. The vision that he and his colleagues have built together over the past several…

Honorary Members: Gamma Theta at Georgetown College

Honorary Members: Gamma Theta at Georgetown College

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Prof. Jonathan Sands Wise Dr. Sands Wise serves in the Executive Cabinet at Georgetown, and his academic training is in philosophy. He teaches ancient philosophy and encourages students to study the Classics.…

Honorary Members: Delta Chi at St. Olaf College

Honorary Members: Delta Chi at St. Olaf College

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Prof. Douglas Casson Professor Casson, a member of St. Olaf’s Department of Political Science, was a classics major as an undergraduate.  He has promoted the classics through his work as the Director of the Great Conversation, the college’s intensive, two-year “Great Books” program with a heavy focus on Greco-Roman antiquity.…

Honorary Members: Zeta Nu at University of Maryland

Honorary Members: Zeta Nu at University of Maryland

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Dr. Christian F. Cloke Christian Cloke holds a Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Cincinnati and a M. Phil. from Cambridge University in Archaeology. He has taught Classics and archaeology at Cincinnati and Miami University and is now an affiliate faculty member in Classics at the University of Maryland.…

Honorary Members: Gamma Omicron at Monmouth College

Honorary Members: Gamma Omicron at Monmouth College

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Prof. Kyle Jazwa Kyle Jazwa is a Visiting Assistant Professor who has already made a considerable contribution to Classics at Monmouth. At our extremely well-attended Classics Day in the fall, he not only coordinated a table for our Archaeology Lab (of which he is the director), but dedicated a significant…

Honorary Members: Iota Upsilon at the University of Oregon

Honorary Members: Iota Upsilon at the University of Oregon

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Prof. Mary Jaeger Mary Jaeger was a member of Eta Sigma Phi at her undergraduate institution, Gustavus Adolphus College. She is a prominent professor in the Classics department at the University of Oregon, and the students inducted her as an honorary member of the Iota Upsilon chapter. She attends and…

Linda Montross

Linda Montross

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Five Latin teachers in northern Virginia formed a committee to write and administer the first National Latin Exam in 1978. Eta Sigma Phi has already recognized three of these “founding mothers” with Lifetime Achievement Awards: Jane Hall (2006), Sally Davis (2010), and Christine Sleeper (2010). A fourth member of the…

Martha G. Abbott

Martha G. Abbott

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In the 1970s, when Latin enrollments around the country were plummeting, Martha “Marty” Abbott, made the decision to add a Latin minor to her Spanish major at the University of Mary Washington – Mary Washington College at the time. (Latin was not as cool in the 70s as it is…

Honorary Members: Eta Omicron at Assumption College

Honorary Members: Eta Omicron at Assumption College

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Professor Barry C. Knowlton Professor Knowlton received an M.A. in Latin from Syracuse University as well as an M.A. in English. He received his Ph.D. in History from Boston College. At Assumption College he has helped our small Classics program by teaching beginning and intermediate Latin as well as offering…

Honorary Members: Zeta at Denison University

Honorary Members: Zeta at Denison University

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Professor Max Leo Goldman Professor Goldman joined the Denison faculty this year and has been a strong supporter of student activities and of growing the majors and minors. He participates actively in the life of the department and society and did not have an opportunity when he was an undergraduate…

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