6 YEAR FUNDING FOR PHD STUDENT ABLE TO TEACH MODERN GREEK–Applications Due April 30 Copy

The University of California at Santa Barbara is delighted to offer a new funding opportunity: 6 years of full funding for a Classics PhD student who is able to teach modern Greek. The successful applicant will be expected to teach modern Greek to undergraduates for two quarters each year, and will be on fellowship for the third quarter (for five years; a 6th year will be funded by a fellowship year or teaching ancient languages or Greek myth). Summer funding is included. Greek-speaking applicants from Greece, the US, and other countries are encouraged to apply.

To learn more about the UCSB Classics department and PhD program: https://www.classics.ucsb.edu/

Who may apply?
Students who wish to pursue a PhD in Classics and who have a BA in Classics or a comparable degree and who have a minimum of 2 years training in both Latin and ancient Greek. Applicants must be a good fit for our department and bilingual in modern Greek and English. Applicants should have an aptitude for teaching, but no teaching experience is necessary as training will be given.

How to apply:

How to Apply

When to apply: 

By April 30th, but applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis.

For more information please contact the Chair of the Classics department, Professor Helen Morales: hmorales@classics.ucsb.edu

6 YEAR FUNDING FOR PHD STUDENT ABLE TO TEACH MODERN GREEK–Applications Due April 30

The University of California at Santa Barbara is delighted to offer a new funding opportunity: 6 years of full funding for a Classics PhD student who is able to teach modern Greek. The successful applicant will be expected to teach modern Greek to undergraduates for two quarters each year, and will be on fellowship for the third quarter (for five years; a 6th year will be funded by a fellowship year or teaching ancient languages or Greek myth). Summer funding is included. Greek-speaking applicants from Greece, the US, and other countries are encouraged to apply.

To learn more about the UCSB Classics department and PhD program: https://www.classics.ucsb.edu/

Who may apply?
Students who wish to pursue a PhD in Classics and who have a BA in Classics or a comparable degree and who have a minimum of 2 years training in both Latin and ancient Greek. Applicants must be a good fit for our department and bilingual in modern Greek and English. Applicants should have an aptitude for teaching, but no teaching experience is necessary as training will be given.

How to apply:

How to Apply

When to apply: 

By April 30th, but applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis.

For more information please contact the Chair of the Classics department, Professor Helen Morales: hmorales@classics.ucsb.edu

The Classics Department sends congratulations to all our Classics 2017 graduating seniors!

Graduating Seniors and faculty:

Back row, left to right: Ralph Gallucci, Emilio Capettini, Andy Chen, Vincent Shepherd, Eddie Garcia, Chelsea Brandwein, Eric Boesser, Tyler Patterson, Sara Cho, Francis Dunn, Anna Roberts

Front, left to right: Paige Rasmussen, Rose MacLean

Graduating Seniors:

Left to right: Andy Chen, Vincent Shepherd, Eddie Garcia, Paige Rasmussen, Chelsea Brandwein, Eric Boesser, Tyler Patterson, Sara Cho

 

Ph.D Photos:

Congratulations also to Regina Loehr on receiving her Ph.D.!

Professor Bob Morstein-Marx and Ph.D graduate Regina Loehr
Ph.D graduate Regina Loehr and Anna Roberts-Undergraduate Advisor and Graduate Program Assistant.