A Continued Cultivation of the Classics
As an undergraduate, Susannah Wright participated in the university’s Center for Civic Leadership Century Scholars program, which matches select first-year students with faculty mentors. She chose Scott McGill, Professor of Classical Studies, as her faculty mentor and throughout her time at Rice, the two developed a research partnership founded on their shared interests in Latin literature, epic poetry, linguistics and translations. Read more >>
Kathryn Pickrell, undergraduate student of both History and Medieval and Early Modern Studies, won her inaugural research competition - The Medieval and Early Modern Studies Undergraduate Conference.
Ph.D. Alumnus Nikki Moore has accepted a position as a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Art at Wake Forest University.
Ph.D. alumnus Kyle G. Sweeney '17 will join Winthrop University this fall as a tenure-track assistant professor of art history. Dr. Sweeney’s research focuses on the social, spatial, and ritual fabric of late medieval cities.