News from the Department

CoAS Student Spotlight: Jessica Tilley

Congrats to Classics doctoral student Jessica Tilley, whose interview was featured in this week's Student Spotlight by the College of Arts & Sciences!

Kudos to grads presenting at CAMWS-SS!

Kudos to the list of graduate students below who will be delivering talks at the upcoming southern section meeting of CAMWS, which will take place in Greensboro, NC in early November.

CoAS Faculty Spotlight: Jessica H. Clark

Associate professor Dr. Jessica H. Clark was featured in the College of Arts & Sciences weekly student and faculty Spotlight interviews.

Kudos to Melissa Ludke, Recipient of the ANS Fellowship!

Congratulations to Melissa Ludke, the first recipient of the Chairman's Fellowships for Numismatic Research from the

Dr. Andrea De Giorgi Elected National Humanities Center Fellow

Join us in congratulating Dr. Andrea De Giorgi, who received the National Humanities Center fellowship for his project, “Cosa and the Water Systems of the Roman Conquest of Italy (3rd–2nd c. BCE).”

Congrats to Melissa Ludke for presenting at the Mid-Republican Rome workshop!

This past February 16th through the 18th, 2023, Melissa presented a paper at the Mid-Republican Rome workshop, hosted by the Royal Netherlands Institute of Rome (KNIR) in Italy. 

CoAS Postdoc Spotlight: Dr. Dylan Rogers

Congrats to the Department's postdoctoral scholar, Dr. Dylan Rogers, who was featured in the College of Arts & Sciences weekly Spotlight interviews.

Classics Major Ashleigh Witherington to present her research at the Annual Meeting of the AAR-SE

Ashleigh will present her paper, "Migration of a Text: The Death of Antigonus in Josephus' Works" on March 12, at the AAR-SE Annual Meeting to be held at Mercer University in Atlanta.

Dr. Svetla Slaveva-Griffin is the recipient of a 2021-2022 FSU Teaching Award for Excellence in Online Teaching

This university teaching award recognizes outstanding and innovative teaching in distance learning courses. 

Congratulations Dr. Slaveva-Griffin! 

Doctoral Student, Allison Smith, wins the Presidential Award for Outstanding Paper by a Graduate Student at CAMWS!

Congratulations to Allison Smith for winning the Presidential Award for Outstanding Paper by a Graduate Student at the 2022 conference of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Her paper entitled, "

Classics Undergraduate Majors invited to Phi Beta Kappa

We are very proud that we have no less than seven Classics Majors invited for spring initiation to Phi Beta Kappa! 

Congratulations to them all!

Congratulations to Jessica Tilley who is headed to the ASCSA in the fall!

Doctoral student Jessica Tilley has been accepted as a regular member of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and has been awarded the Philip Lockhart Fellowship.

Congratulations to Nina Andersen for receiving the Brent Malcolm Froberg Scholarship!

Doctoral student Nina Andersen has been awarded the Brent Malcolm Froberg Scholarship to attend the summer session at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 

New Bucher-Loewenstein Museum Internship Award in Classical Archaeology

A new gift by longtime Florida State University donors, Suzanne Bucher and the late Robert Loewenstein, will provide annual funding for two students from the Department of Classics to learn, work, and excavate each summer in Cetamura del Chia