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August 15, 2023
The professorships, announced during the university's Opening Day for the new academic year, support members of the faculty from a variety of disciplines across the university.
May 17, 2023
The associate professor of classical languages was selected as the first faculty member to be honored by the endowed professorship that was created by the university’s board of trustees in spring 2022.
April 12, 2023
Through a two-year fellows program, the six students in this multidisciplinary cohort will undertake mentored undergraduate research projects, enroll in specialized coursework and engage in community-based learning with diverse religious communities.
December 5, 2022
Gatti publishes article on the significance of three portraits depicting the German Bishop Sigebert of Minden (1022-1036) in Gesta: The Journal for the International Center for Medieval Art.
April 19, 2022
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the recipients of the 11th annual Diversity and Inclusion Grants for the 2022-23 academic year.
With support from $300,000 grant, Elon’s Freedom Scholars to welcome area high school students in summer 2022
December 16, 2021
The year-long program will foster civic engagement, reflect on ideals of democracy and freedom, and increase college access for Alamance County high school seniors. It is funded by a $300,000 grant from the Teagle Foundation.
August 30, 2021
Offered for the first time in 2021-22, the data analytics and classical studies majors are designed to be applied to an array of disciplines
International Classical Studies Symposium explores the place of Roman Epic in racial and national identities
June 17, 2021
Classical Studies faculty member Tedd Wimperis is co-directing a virtual symposium that brings together international scholars of Vergil, deepening understanding of both the ancient poet's context as well as ways in which the reception of the poem has informed post-classical discourse, ideas, and movements.
April 9, 2021
Evan A. Gatti, associate professor of art history, presented “Legacies of Privilege: Making Meaning for Medieval Manuscripts” at the 46th annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium.
October 19, 2020
Evan A. Gatti, associate professor of art history, presented “The Vercelli Rotolus: Images of the Acts of the Apostles the Arts of Imitation” at the conference, which was organized by the Center for Iconographic Studies and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka, the Société des Bollandistes (Bruxelles), and Hagiotheca: Croatian Hagiography Society (Zagreb).