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Honorary Members: Kappa Delta at University of Montana

Honorary Members: Kappa Delta at University of Montana

Christopher Comer and Nick Smerker Christopher Comer, Professor of Neuroscience and Dean of the College of Humanities and Sciences, was awarded honorary membership in Eta Sigma Phi for his tireless advocacy of the humanities at the University of Montana. He studied Latin in the earlier stages of his higher education.…

ΗΣΦ Revives in our Nation’s Capital

ΗΣΦ Revives in our Nation’s Capital

Two dormant chapters of the society in the District Columbia re-activated this academic year. The Epsilon Beta chapter at George Washington University and the Gamma Xi chapter at Howard University both initiated new members in festive ceremonies.  Epsilon Beta inducted ten new members on February 23, and Gamma Xi  six…

Honorary Members: Zeta Delta at the University of the South

Honorary Members: Zeta Delta at the University of the South

Celeste Shibata and Cameron World Celeste, a retired local teacher, has been taking Greek and Latin with us now for several years. Cameron has been taking numerous Latin classes in our department, while teaching courses in Biology as a visiting assistant professor. Both Celeste and Cameron have become wonderful cheerleaders…

Honorary Member: Epsilon Omicron at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

Honorary Member: Epsilon Omicron at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

Professor Closs has never been officially inducted into Eta Sigma Phi, so we decided to induct her this spring. She was our faculty advisor for at least two years, helped organize a trip to the Met in New York last spring, and has been a strong supporter of all of…

Honorary Member: Eta Zeta at Truman State University

Honorary Member: Eta Zeta at Truman State University

Amanda Langendoerfer is Associate Dean of Libraries for Special Collections and Museums at Truman State University. Dean Langendoerfer has enriched the Classics curricula by giving special presentations about reading and writing materials in the ancient world, and holding special sessions for Classics courses in Special Collections to view and handle…

Honorary Members: Zeta Nu at the University of Maryland, College Park

Honorary Members: Zeta Nu at the University of Maryland, College Park

Dr. Emily Egan is an Assistant Professor of Art History and Archaeology at UMD who is an affiliate faculty member of the Classics Department and is highly appreciated by our students, including a number of members of Eta Sigma Phi. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati and…

Honorary Member: Gamma Omicron at Monmouth College

Honorary Member: Gamma Omicron at Monmouth College

Dr. Martinez Morales has served the field of Classics admirably through her teaching scholarship and public presentations during the 2017-18 school year at Monmouth College. She taught four different archaeology and mythology classes this fall, while also directing our archaeology lab. Dr. Martinez Morales is teaching five more archaeology, gender…

Honorary Member: Iota Rho at Christendom College

Honorary Member: Iota Rho at Christendom College

Daniel Gutschke is an adjunct professor of philosophy at Christendom College. For the last four years he has been the most consistent non-Classics faculty participant in our weekly Latin reading group. This year he has also been a regular presence at our weekly Latin lunch table. The chapter wishes to…

Bates College Establishes New Chapter

Bates College Establishes New Chapter

The Kappa Gamma chapter of Bates College became the most recent addition to the society by conducting its first induction on September 27.  The chapter is the 219th formed since the inception of ΗΣΦ in 1914.  Kappa Gamma is the first chapter in the state of Maine.  Lobster rolls for…

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