Jessica Tilley is a fifth year doctoral student studying classical archaeology in FSU’s Department of Classics, part of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Jessica Clark is an associate professor in Florida State University’s Department of Classics, part of the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Consul General of the United States of America to Florence, Ragini Gupta, came to Gaiole in Chianti recently to pay a visit to the exhibition “Cetamura 50,” dedicated to the 50 years of archaeological research at the site of Cetamura.
Sarah Moloney graduated from Florida State University in Spring 2023 and earned dual bachelor’s degrees from the Department of English and the Department of Classics, both within the College of Arts and Sciences.
A Florida State University classics researcher and director of the FSU Cosa Excavations in Italy has earned one of the nation’s most competitive humanities awards.
As Florida State University alumnus Gregg Anderson dug into the rich soil of the Italian region of Tuscany in 1979, he had a vision that one day, artifacts he and his fellow student archaeologists uncovered would be illuminated under museum lights.
Dylan K. Rogers is a postdoctoral scholar and teaching faculty in the Department of Classics, part of Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Illeana Sanders is an undergraduate pursuing a bachelor’s degree in classical archaeology through Florida State University’s Department of Classics, part of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Because the DuBroff twins, Ethan and Noah, say that being twins doesn’t make them the same person, they find it humorous their argument is undermined by the fact that they happen to like all the same things.
M. Lynette Thompson Professor of Classics Nancy de Grummond has been awarded the 2022 Martha and Artemis Joukowsky Distinguished Service Award by the Archaeological Institute of America.
Darbi Merchant, a double-major from Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences, will study abroad in London this summer after receiving the Rodney Reeves Ph.D. Scholarship Award in Classics.
Laurel Fulkerson has spent a career focused on translation. As a professor of classics, she has spent her whole career working on interpretations of works from the ancient world. She can read seven languages and speak five “with various degrees of competence.”