The National Geographic Museum’s THE GREEKS

The National Geographic Museum is hosting an exhibit featuring artifacts from over 3000 years of Greek culture. Though the exhibit is titled THE GREEKS: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great, the earliest artifacts on display come from the prehistoric period, long before the bronze age in which the Homeric heroes fought and died, and the latest … Read moreThe National Geographic Museum’s THE GREEKS

Apply Now for the Sunoikisis Undergraduate Research Workshop

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

Faculty Development Seminars

Every June the Sunoikisis faculty gather at the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) in Washington, D.C. to develop the upcoming year’s courses. They hold two 3-day planning seminars, one for the Greek course and another for the Latin course. The faculty also invite an expert in the subject area to participate in the seminars and … Read moreFaculty Development Seminars

The Amazon of Higher Education (Slate)

By Gabriel Kahn How tiny, struggling Southern New Hampshire University has become a behemoth. Five years ago, Southern New Hampshire University was a 2,000-student private school struggling against declining enrollment, poor name recognition, and teetering finances. Today, it’s the of higher education. The school’s burgeoning online division has 180 different programs with an enrollment of … Read moreThe Amazon of Higher Education (Slate)

Live Webcast: Undergraduate Research Symposium

Join us on Saturday, December 7 for a live webcast of the Sunoikisis Undergraduate Research Symposium. The stream will be available at rtsp://, viewable with VLC Media Player or Quicktime. To connect via VLC, go to “File”>”Open Network” and past the link into the URL field. For Quicktime, go to “File”>”Open URL” and paste in the link. Session 1, 2:00pm-3:30pm (EST) … Read moreLive Webcast: Undergraduate Research Symposium