Classics alumnus, Michael Mignanelli (BA, 2016), currently a PhD student in Classics at the University of Texas at Austin, is one of four recipients of the Media Production Grant from the College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin.
Paul Robertson, a lecturer in the Department of Classics, Humanities and Italian Studies, has been awarded a Research Scholarship from the Hardt Foundation for the Study of Classical Antiquity in Geneva, Switzerland. This competitive award for junior scholars funds research at the Foundation for a 2- to 4-week period.
Caitlin Truesdale '17 of Peabody, Mass., has been accepted into the prestigious and competitive Peggy Guggenheim Internship Program in Venice, Italy. She will work at the Guggenheim Collection in the fall of 2017.
Harriet Fertik, assistant professor of classics, has been awarded a research fellowship for postdoctoral researchers from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. She will spend the academic year 2017-2018 at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Faculty members inspire students and colleagues through creativity and dedication.
The University of New Hampshire annually selects a small number of outstanding faculty for special recognition of achievement. This year, five faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts are honored for their excellence in teaching and engagement:
Thanks to a generous donor, the Humanities Program was able to award $5,000.00 to the writer of the best undergraduate thesis in the Humanities major. The winner for 2016, Gabby Pezzelli, wrote her thesis, “A Comparative Analysis of Traditional Film Noir to Modern ‘Neo-Noir,’” under the direction of Professor Matthias Konzett (English).