CAMWS members are here recognized for their accomplishments.
If you or a colleague have recently received an award or recognition, please let the CAMWS office know.
For CAMWS members featured in 2014-2017, go here.
|CAMWS recognizes J. Alison Rosenblitt of Oxford University as the recipient of a 2018 First Book Prize for her book E. E. Cummings' Modernism and the Classics (Oxford University Press, 2016) Here is the Citation. Featured October 2018.|
|CAMWS recognizes Lauren Donovan Ginsberg of the University of Cincinnati as the recipient of a 2018 First Book Prize for her book Staging Memory, Staging Strife. Empire and Civil War in the Octavia (Oxford University Press, 2016) Here is the Citation.
Featured October, 2018
|CAMWS recognizes Judith M. Barringer (University of Edinburgh) as the recipient of a 2018 Bolchazy Pedagogy Book Prize for The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece (Cambridge University Press 2015). Here is her Citation. Featured September 2018|
|CAMWS recognizes Erin K. Moodie (Purdue University) as the recipient of a 2018 Bolchazy Pedagogy Book Prize for Plautus' Poenulus: A Student Commentary (University of Michican Press, 2015).Her citation can be read here. Featured September 2018|
|CAMWS recognizes Jeanne Marie Neumann of Davidson College in North Carolina, as the 2017-2018 recipient of theCAMWS Excellence in College Teaching. Her citation can be read here. Featured August, 2018.|
CAMWS recognizes Jessie Craft of Robert B. Glenn High School in Kernersville, NC, as the 2017-2018 recipient of the Kraft Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching. His citation can be read here. Featured August, 2018.
|CAMWS recognizes Krishni Burns (left) and student Samantha Lindgren (right) of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for their project "The Living Odyssey Project: Greek Myth in 21st Century American Folklore." This project was supported by a CAMWS Faculty-Undergraduate Collaborative Research Project Grant. Here is the Abstract for their project. Featured July, 2018.|
CAMWS recognizes Alden Smith (lecft)and Cynthia Liu (center) of Baylor University for their project, "Chrysis: A New Edition of Enea Silvio Piccolomini's Comedy." This project was supported by a CAMWS Faculty-Undergraduate Collaborative Research Project Grant. Here is the Abstract for their project. Also pictured is Timothy Heckenlively, chair of the Manson A. Stewart Undergraduate Awards Sub-Committee. Featured June 2018.
|CAMWS recognizes Andrew Carroll of Regis Jesuit High School as a recipient of a 2017 Herbert and Janice Benario Travel Award to attend Skills in Archaeology: AAR/Gabii Summer Program in Digital Documentation of Archaeological Collectionse. His report can be read here. Featured April, 2018.|
|CAMWS recognizes Michael Tae Woo of the University of Kansas as the recipient of a 2017 Mary A. Grant Award to attend the Summer School at the American Academy in Rome. His report can be read here. Featured March, 2018.|
|CAMWS recognizes Molly Harris of the University of Wisconsin as the recipient of the 2017 William T. Semple Award to attend the summer session of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Her report can be read here. Featured March, 2018.|
|CAMWS recognizes the follolwing recipients of Stewart Travel Awards to attend the 2017 meeting in Kitchener, Ontario: Mary E. Smith (Oldfields School, Sparks Glencoe, MD); Melanie Zerlikovsky (Immaculate Heart High School, Oro Valley, AZ); Lauren Brooks (BASIS Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ); Alexis Whalen (Sharon High School, Sharon, MA); Jennifer Kindick (Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village, CO); Sarah Christine Teets (University of Virginia); and Samuel Hahn (University of Colorado, Boulder). Pictured here with Lorenzo Garcia (l., chair of the Sub-Committee on the Stewart Travel Grants) and President Alden Smith (r.) Featured February, 2018.|
|CAMWS recognizes Mary Pendergraft (l.) of Wake Forest University and E. Del Chrol (r.) of Marshall University as recipients of the 2017 Awards for Excellence in Teaching at the Collegiate Level from the Society for Classical Studies. Their citations can be read here. Featured January 2018|
|CAMWS recognizes Meghan DiLuzio of Baylor University as a recipient of a 2017 First Book Prize for her book, A Place at the Altar: Priestesses in Republican Rome (Princeton University Press, 2016). She is pictured here with CAMWS President Alden Smith (r.) and Chair of the First Book Subcommittee Andrew Faulkner (l). Featured January, 2018.|