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Pedagogy Award Winners 2023

The following were awarded Pedagogy Awards in 2023:

T. H. M. Gellar-Goad, Wake Forest University: to support the purchasing of supplies for a new course, Gaming the Ancient World.

Michael Goyette, Eckerd College: to support attending CAMWS’ 2023 Annual Meeting in support of undergraduate student presentations.

Nandini B. Pandey, Johns Hopkins University: to support the creation of a collaboratively authored Open Educational Resource (OER) on “Race before Race: Ethnicity and Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean World."

Summer Sessions and Language Intensives

This page, based on the Recurring Programs and Publications in Classics page, hopes to serve as a resource for summer program offerings, including intensive language courses.

Please note that there are several variables across these programs and are subject to change such as:

Pedagogy Award Winners 2022

The following were awarded Pedagogy Awards in 2022:

Ronnie Ancona, Hunter College, CUNY: to support speakers addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion in a graduate-level Classics Pedagogy class. Read the Award Report.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Graduate Programs and Fellowships

Please note that this page is currently under revision as of Fall 2023.

This page hopes to serve as a resource for institutions that now offer specific programs and/or funding which promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for underrepresented groups in the field of Classical Studies. The listing below consists of a table showing what each institution offers, with the name of the institution serving as a link to the relevant department’s website and the program/initiative name serving as a link to the relevant funding's website page.

Status of Graduate Programs in North America During COVID-19

SCS has begun to track the status of MA-PhD / PhD programs in Classics and related fields in North America with respect to two important issues: (1) whether departments and programs are accepting new graduate students for academic year 2021-2022; and (2) whether deparmtents and programs are extending funding to current students.

Antiracist Resources: Links and Lists

Revised 3/19/21

Violence, harassment, and discrimination against Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders have all been increasing over the past year. The shootings this week in Atlanta of six Asian women have brought discrimination and hate, and in particular gendered racism, against members of Asian communities in the US to the news headlines, but these murders are part of a larger trend with a long history. If you are looking for ways to support the AAPI community, take action, donate, or support AAPI classicists, here are some resources:

SCS Newsletter - June 2020 (Education Report)

Education Division

Vice President’s Report, February 2020
Submitted by Ariana Traill

1. Activities since the September Meeting

a) Staffing: loss of Keely Lake. She will need to be replaced on the K-12 Education Committee and as ACL Representative to the JCCAE

b) Events Sponsored

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