Katie Tardio

Fulbright U.S. Student Program 2018


Roman Conquest and Changes in Animal Economy in the Northeast of the Iberian Peninsula

Robert Babcock

Conference Presentation Award 2016


The biographical and historical writings of Sigebert of Gembloux (+1112)

Megan Abernathy

Passport to Go! 2016

Sarah Hilker

Pre-Dissertation Exploration Award 2016


From Houses to Settlements: Understanding Mycenaean Social Structure

Emily Baragwanath

Conference Presentation Award 2015

United Kingdom

Myth and History Entwined: Female Agency and Male Usurpation in Herodotus’ Histories

Luca Grillo

Conference Presentation Award 2015


My abstract was accepted for an interntional conference "Psychology and the Classics," whose proceedings are almost certainly going to be published. The organized just communicated to the presenters that they have been approached already by several publishers.

Cicek Beeby

Pre-Dissertation Exploration Award 2015


The Topography of Burials in Early Greece

Emily Baragwanath

Conference Presentation Award 2012


Authority and Belief in Xenophon’s Historical Narrative

Lidewijde De Jong

Conference Presentation Award 2010

Syrian Arab Republic

Resettling the Steppe: the Balikh Valley in the Early Islamic period

Henry Spelman

Student Learning Circle 2010

Refugee/Asylum Research Circle

Elizabeth Robinson

Fulbright U.S. Student Program 2009


Larinum: A case study for the spread of Roman Culture

Werner Riess

Matching Funds 2007

Apuleius and the Second Sophistic: an Orator at Play

Austin Walker


United Kingdom

Investigating the Recent History of Ancient English Monastic Sites and their Re-Entry into the Public Consciousness: How Reviled Testaments to Catholicism Became a National Treasure

Hilary Becker

Fulbright U.S. Student Program 2004


A study of the North Etruscan economy, sixth through third centuries B.C.

Melissa Eaby

Fulbright U.S. Student Program 2003


Morturary Variability in Early Iron Age Crete

Melissa Eaby

Pre-Dissertation Exploration Award 2003


Mortuary Variability in Early Iron Age Cretan Burials