I have had the pleasure of spending the past two months here in Washington, DC working as a curricular development summer intern at the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS). I have come to know scholars, staff members, and other undergraduates who have all made their way to CHS in order to connect and interact with … Read moreA CHS Summer
From June 1 to August 1, 2015, the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) Summer Internship Program will employ undergraduate students at the CHS campus in the heart of Washington, DC to work in conjunction with CHS directors, staff, and affiliates on projects related to Publications and Curricular Development. Over the course of the summer, interns … Read moreApply now for a CHS Summer Internship in Washington, DC!
Dates: March 6-8, 2015 This spring, the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) in Washington, D.C. will invite undergraduate students to share their research on Greek comedy or Latin literature of the Late Republic in a workshop setting. Students will have the opportunity to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of their work in progress, develop ideas, collect bibliographical suggestions, and gain … Read moreApply Now for the Sunoikisis Undergraduate Research Workshop
November 7, 2014 Jeffrey Alan Johnson “Why do we have such trouble telling faculty what they are going to do?” said the self-identified administrator, hastening to add that he “still thinks of himself as part of the faculty.” “They are our employees, after all. They should be doing what we tell them to do.” Across … Read moreOn Assessing Student Learning, Faculty Are Not the Enemy (IHE)
The Center for Hellenic Studies held the second annual Ephebe’s Journey workshop on August 1st and 2nd. The workshop, intended for students with an interest in civic participation and leadership, introduced them to one of the ancient world’s most lasting legacies: democracy. Each session focused on what it means to “become a citizen and a … Read more21st Century Ephebes
Information Fluency Workshop 2014 July 8th marked the beginning of the Center for Hellenic Studies’ second workshop on information fluency in classics. Each of the seminar’s sessions covered a different aspect of gathering and communicating information, including research strategies, critical assessment of sources, social media, and copyright. The students were also introduced to a variety … Read moreEmpowering Student Researchers | Inspiring Future Librarians