2015 Eve Adler Memorial Summer Study Award Winners
Four students have received awards from the Eve Adler Classics Department’s newly established Eve Adler Memorial Fund for Summer Study in Classics/Classical Studies. The fund is intended primarily to support students who wish, during the summer, to study Greek and Latin language, literature, and art, or to participate in archaeological field work at a Classical site.
Bernardo Andrade '18, a rising sophomore from Rio de Janeiro and newly declared Classics and Philosophy double-major, will participate in the ten-week intensive Beginning Latin program at the Summer Latin/Greek Institute of the City University of New York. John Loebs '16 , a rising senior Classics major from Twin Falls, Idaho, will study Intensive Intermediate Latin for six weeks at the University of Chicago Summer Language Institute.
Mike Russo '16,a rising senior Classics major from Wakefield MA, will participate in the Agora Excavations Program in Athens. Rising sophomore Victoria Pipas'18 of Lebanon NH will join an archeological team in Stabiae, Italy under the supervision of Professor Ian Sutherland (Dean of Cook Commons and Visiting Associate Professor of Classics). Sutherland co-directs the program in Stabiae, “In the Shadow of Vesuvius: Architectural Recording for Archaeology,” which is run by the University of Maryland.
Joshua Berlowitz ’16, classics and political science major, received a Kellogg Fellowship to support work this summer on his project, “Alliances, Human Nature, and Thucydides”