Dr. Eric Adler holds a Ph.D. from Duke University and has just been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor of Classics with tenure here at the University of Maryland College Park. He is the advisor of our Classics Club and recently co-directed a new spring break study abroad program in Rome. He has taught many of our new initiates.
Dr. Alexander Loney earned his Ph.D. in Classics from Duke University and has held a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale. We are pleased to be hosting him as a Visiting Assistant Professor this year. He has taught many of the current crop of undergraduate initiates.
Dr. Michael Olmert is a Professor of the Practice in the English Department here at Maryland. He is an affiliate and a loyal friend of the Classics Department who writes and directs plays, including some on classical themes. He also teaches a popular course in which students stage readings of classical and modern plays.
Dr. Carin Ruff, an expert in Medieval Studies, holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in addition to a M.Phil. from Oxford and a B.A. with high honors in Classics from Swarthmore. At Maryland she has been teaching a course in Medieval Latin that has earned high praise from her students, who include many of our new initiates.