Featured CAMWS Members

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.)

\CAMWS recognizes Elizabeth Wilcox of Austin Peay University as the first recipient of the Peter Knox Excavation/Fieldwork award. See here for the newsrelease at Austin Peay. 

CAMWS congratulates Mackenzie Davis of Monmouth College in Illinois as a recipient of the 2016 CAMWS Excavation/Fieldschool Award. Featured March, 2017
CAMWS congratulates Geoff Bakewell of Rhodes College, who has been named a Whitehead Professor at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens for 2017-2018. Featured, Feburary 2017

CAMWS congratulates Andromache Karanika of the University of California Irvine who has just been named by the Society for Classical Studies as the next editor of TAPA. Featured January, 2017. 

 

CAMWS congratulates Patricia Craig of the Catholic University of America as a recipient of a 2016 CAMWS Excavation/Fieldschool Award. Featured January, 2017
CAMWS congratulates Hannah Maddy of the University of Richmond as a recipient of the 2016 CAMWS Excavation/Fieldschool Award. Featured December, 2016  
CAMWS congratulates the following recipients of Manson Stewart Travel Awards to attend CAMWS-SS 2016: Shaina Anderson (University of Florida); Chris Dobbs (University of Missouri); Mary Hamil Gilbert (University of Virginia); Mark Joseph Hogan (Boston College); Kristine Mallinson (Texas Tech University); Maria Marable  (Meigs Academic Magnet School); Stephen B. Ogumah (The Graduate Center, CUNY); Crystal Rosenthal (The Episcopal School of Dallas); and Brett Stine (Texas Tech University). Pictured here with CAMWS-SS President Julie Langford (University of South Florida). Featured November, 2016  
CAMWS congratulates Anne Groton and James May of St. Olaf College as recipients of the 2016 Bolchazy Pedagogy Award  for their book Forty-Six Stories in Classical Greek (Hackett Publishing, 2014). Featured October, 2016.
CAMWS congratulates Marty Abbott, Executive Director of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languagers (ACTFL)., for her appointment by President Obama as a member of the Member, National Security Education Board. Featured September, 2016.  
CAMWS congratulates Chris Brunelle of St. Olaf College as a recipient of the 2016 Bolchazy Pedagogy Award  for his book Ars Amatoria Book 3 (Oxford University Press, 2014). Featured September, 2016.
CAMWS congratulates Jennifer L. Ferriss-Hill of the University of Miami as the recipient of a 2016 CAMWS First Book Prize for Roman Satire and the Old Comic Tradition (Cambridge University Press, 2015). Featured August, 2016.   
CAMWS congratulates M. Shane Bjornlie of Claremont McKenna College as the recipient of a 2016 CAMWS First Book Prize for Politics and Tradition Between Rome, Ravenna and Constantinople: A Study of Cassiodorus and the Variae, 527–554 (Cambridge University Press, 2015). Featured August 2016.
Michael R. Halleran

CAMWS Recognizes Michael R. Halleran, Provost at the College of William and Mary, as the recipient of a 2016 CAMWS Special Service Award. Featured July, 2016.  

CAMWS recognizes Daylin Lee Oakes of the University of Arizona as the recipient of a 2016 Manson A. Stewart Teacher Training Award. Featured July, 2017.
CAMWS recognizes the recipients of the 2016 Manson A. Stewart Teacher Training and Travel Awards to attend the 112th annual meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia. Recipients are shown here with CAMWS President Antony Agoustakis and Committee Chair Heather Vincent. Recipients of this award were: Bryan Carlson (Fort Worth Country Day School); Jared Copeland (Scottsdale Preparatory Academy); Rachel Fernandez (University of Colorado-Boulder); Florencia Foxley (University of Colorado-Boulder); Kevin Jefferson (University of Colorado-Boulder); Allannah Karas (The City University of New York); Stephanie Krause (University of Colorado-Boulder); Sherri Madden (Greyfriars Classical Academy); Alessandra Migliara (City University of New York, CUNY); and Brian Mumper (Rutgers University). Featured April 2016

CAMWS recognizes Antony Augoustakis of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, as the recipient of a 2015 Collegiate Teaching Award from the Society for Classical Studies. He is pictured here receiving his award from SCS President John Marincola. His citation can be read here. At the 2016 Business Meeting of CAMWS he was also elected editor of The Classical Journal. Featured April, 2016.

CAMWS recognizes Sophie Mills of the University of North Carolina at Ashville, as the recipient of a 2015 Collegiate Teaching Award from the Society for Classical Studies. Her citation can be read here. Featured March, 2016.
 
CAMWS recognizes Amy R. Cohen of Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia, as the recipient of the 2015 Outreach Prize from the Society for Classical Studies. She is pictured here accepting her award from SCS President John Marincola. Her citation can be read here. Featured February, 2016.
CAMWS recognizes Brandtly Jones of St. Anne's-Belfield School in Charlottesville, Virginia, as the recipient of the 2016 Award for Excellence in Pre-Collegiate Teaching from the Society for Classical Studies. His citation can be read here. Featured February, 2016.
CAMWS recognizes John McCluskey of Fenwick High School in Chicago, Illinois, as the recipient of a 2015 Grant Award to attend the Summer School at the American Academy in Rome. Featured January 2016. 
CAMWS recognizes Cynthia Swanson of Frederica Academy in Simons Island, Georgia, as the recipient of a 2015 Semple Award to attend the Summer School at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Featured January, 2016.
CAMWS recognizes Philip Cortese of John Paul the Great Academy in Lafayette, Louisana, as one of the first recipients of a CAMWS Student Group Travel Grant. With CAMWS support, Philip traveled with his students to Rome, Italy, in October, 2015. 
Featured December, 2015.
CAMWS recognizes Julia Mebane of the University of Chicago as the winner of the 2015 Presidential Award for the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper at the 2015 Annual meeting for a paper entitled Fighting over Rome’s Corpus: Competing Metaphors of the Body Politic in the Catilinarian Conspiracy. Featured November 2015
CAMWS recognizes Amy C. Sommer of Cherry Creek High School in Colorado as a recipient of an Ovatioat the 2015 CAMWS meeting in Boulder, Colorado. The ovatio can be read in Classical Journal 111. Sommer (right) is pictured here with CAMWS orator James May. Featured November 2015
CAMWS recognizes Roger Macfarlane of the Brigham Young University as a recipient of an Ovatio at the 2015 CAMWS meeting in Boulder, Colorado. The ovatio can be read in Classical Journal 111. Macfarlane (right) is pictured here with CAMWS orator James May. Featured October 2015
CAMWS recognizes Joy King of the University of Colorado as a recipient of an Ovatio at the 2015 CAMWS meeting in Boulder, Colorado. The ovatio can be read in Classical Journal 111. King (right) is pictured here with CAMWS orator James May. Featured October, 2015.
CAMWS recognizes Rickie Crown of the Baker Demonstration School in Wilmette, ILlinois as the the recipient of a 2015 CAMWS Special Service Award. Her citation can be read here. Crown (left) is pictured here with her nominator, Barbara Hill. Featured September, 2015
CAMWS recognizes Adam Blistein as the recipient of a 2015 CAMWS Special Service Award. His citation can be read here. Blistein (left) is pictured here with his nominator, Ken Kitchell. Featured September 2015.

CAMWS congratulates Karen Rosenbecker of Loyola University of New Orleans as the 2014-2015 recipient of the CAMWS Award for Excellence in College Teaching. Her citation can be read here. Rosenbecker also received the 2015 Collegiate Teaching Award from the Society for Classical Studies. Featured August 2015. 

CAMWS congratulates Brian Tibbets of Monmouth-Roseville High School in Monmouth, Illinonis, as the recipient of the 2015 Kraft Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching. His award citation can be read here. Featured July, 2015
CAMWS congratulates Beth Severy-Hoven (Macalester College)as the first recipient of the Bolchazy Pedagogy book prize for The Satyrica of Petronius: An Intermediate Reader with Commentary and Guided Review (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture Series, 2014). Featured July, 2015.
CAMWS congratulates Jackie Elliott of University of Colorado as the recipient of  the 2015 First Book Prize for Ennius and the Architecture of the Annales (Cambridge University Press, 2013). Elliot was also the recipient of a 2015 Goodwin Award from the Society for Classical Studies. Featured June, 2015. 
CAMWS congratulates Jared Copeland of Scottsdale Preparatory Academy who was recognized as the outstanding CAMWS state vice president in 2015 by the Committee for the Promotion of Latin.
Featured, June, 2015.
CAMWS congratulates John Fischer who received an honorary degree from Wabash College at its 2015 Commencement.
Featured May, 2015

CAMWS congratulates Lorenzo F. Garcia, Jr., of the University of New Mexico who was recognized by the Committee for the Promotion of Latin as the Outstanding CAMWS Regional Vice-President for 2015.
Featured May, 2015

CAMWS congratulates Trudy Becker of Virginia Tech who was recently awarded the William E. Wine Award for Excellence in Teaching from her institution.(Click on her name for more information.)
Featured April, 2015

 

CAMWS congratulates Vassiliki Panoussi of The College of William and Mary, who is a 2015 recipient of  a  Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence. (Click on her name for more information.)
Featured April, 2015

 

CAMWS congratulates Timothy F. Winters of Austin Peay University in Clarksville, TN, who was a recipient of  a 2015 Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics at the College Level from the Society for Classical Studies. (Click on his name to read his citation.)
Featured April, 2015
 

CAMWS congratulates Jennifer Sheridan Moss of Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, who was a recipient of  a 2015 Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics at the College Level from the Society for Classical Studies. (Click on her name to read her citation.)
Featured March 2015

 

CAMWS congratulates Becka McGinn of Florida State University as a recipient of the 2014 CAMWS Excavation and Field School Award.
Featured March 2015

 

CAMWS congratulates Kathleen Lynch of the University of Cincinnati who was recently recognized with a teaching award from the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities.
Featured February, 2015.

CAMWS congratulates Timothy Hickenlivey of Baylor University who recently accepted a three year term as editor of the CAMWS Newsletter. Tim's term begins on July 1, 2015.
Featured February, 2015.

CAMWS congratulates Charles Pazdernik of Grand Valley State University who gave the “Last Lecture” to the university's Student Senate, a program modeled on the Last Lecture by Randy Pausch in which selected faculty are asked to reflect on what they would want to say should that lecture be their last. Approximately 250 people watched in person, on a nearby video feed, or online. Here is a video link to the lecture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=We82Gvfotak
Featured January, 2015.

 

CAMWS congratulates Davina McClain (Louisiana Scholars’ College at Northwestern State University) for the article entitled "Ancient Languages Teach Students about Modern Life" recently published in the Washington Times about her Greek class.
Featured January, 2015.
CAMWS congratulates Reina E, Callier (University of Colorado) as the recipient of a  Presidential Award for the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Waco, Texas. The abstract of this paper is available at "Carmentis and the Carpenta: Testing Poetic and Political Boundaries in Fasti 1.617-636".
Featured December, 2014.

CAMWS congratulates Scott A. Barnard (Rutgers University) as the recipient of a  Presidential Award for the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Waco, Texas. The abstract of this paper is available at "On the Authorship of the Strasbourg Epodes: Archilochus, Hipponax, or Both?"
Featured December, 2014

CAMWS congratulates Eric (Del) Chrol of Marshall University as the West Virginia Foreign Language Teachers' Association Collegiate Teacher of the Year!
Featured November, 2014


CAMWS congratulates Alden Smith of Baylor University, as a recipient of an ovatio at the 2014 CAMWS meeting in Waco, Texas, in April. Watch for the full Latin text of his ovatio in the next issue of The Classical Journal (Vol. 110, No. 1).
Featured November, 2014

CAMWS congratulates Robert T. White of Shaker Heights High School in Shaker Heights, Ohio, as a recipient of an ovatio at the 2014 CAMWS meeting in Waco, Texas, in April. Watch for the full Latin text of his ovatio in the next issue of The Classical Journal (Vol. 110, No. 1).
Featured October, 2014

CAMWS congratulates Georgia Irby of the College of William and Mary as a recipient of an ovatio at the 2014 CAMWS meeting in Waco, Texas, in April. Watch for the full Latin text of her ovatio in the next issue of The Classical Journal (Vol. 110, No. 1).
Featured October, 2014

Cathy Scaife of Lexington Catholic High School is the recipient of the "Outstanding Latin Teacher Award" for her efforts on behalf of world language students at LCHS. Mrs. Scaife is the first Latin teacher to ever receive this award. For more information, see http://www.lexingtoncatholic.com/news/cathyscaifereceiveskwlaoutstandingteacheraward.html.
Featured September, 2014

 
CAMWS congratulates Thelma Mathews of Baylor University as a recipient of the CAMWS Service Award at the 2014 Meeting in Waco, Texas.
Featured September, 2014
CAMWS congratulates Steven Saylor, author of the Gordianus Mystery Series, as a recipient of the CAMWS Service Award at the 2014 Meeting in Waco, Texas.
Featured September, 2014
CAMWS congratulates Debbie Felton of the University of Massachusetts Amherst as a recipient of the CAMWS Teaching Award at the 2014 meeting in Waco, Texas.
Featured in August, 2014
CAMWS congratulates Ann Steel of the Oxford Middle School in Oxford, Mississippi, as a recipient of the CAMWS Kraft Teaching Award at the 2014 meeting in Waco, Texas. 
Featured in August, 2014

 

CAMWS congratulates Ian Moyer of the University of Michigan as the Recipient of the CAMWS First Book Prize at the 2014 meeting in Waco, Texas, for his book entitled Egypt and the Limits of Hellenism.
Featured in July, 2014.