We offer stimulating and challenging classes, but learning opportunities for students extend well beyond the classroom. Our students study abroad, pursue internships, and participate in a variety of research experiences. These activities can be undertaken during the semester, over the summer, or during January. Consult with your adviser early and often to find the best opportunities for your interests and long term plans.



Study Away

Study Away

Jobs & Internships

Jobs and Internships

Opportunity Updates

​Our department is often asked to share information ​from other organizations with our students. We consolidate that information here for your convenience; however, we have not thoroughly researched every one of these announcements. If you are considering any opportunity listed here, exercise caution, and if you have questions, please talk with a faculty member in the department.

For past opportunities, visit the archives.


Call for Papers

9/19/2022 Playing Dionysus

<https://www.out-of-chaos.co.uk/playingdionysus>, the second iteration of our student theatrical competition organized by Out of Chaos Theatre and supported by the Society for Classical Studies and the Center for Hellenic Studies. The contest is open to high school and college students in the US and Canada (there will be separate competitions in assorted other countries) and there is a $400 prize for first place, and two $200 prizes for second place.  We’re using Aaron Poochigian’s fabulous translation of Euripides’ Bacchae, the same version that was used by SITI Company for their Getty Villa and Brooklyn Academy of Music performances. Students can choose from a selection of scenes, all of which are available here<https://www.out-of-chaos.co.uk/playingdionysus>. Record a scene from the Bacchae and submit it by October 31st, 2022. Winners will be announced during Reading Greek Tragedy Online<https://sententiaeantiquae.com/reading-greek-tragedy-online/> in December 2022. The winners will receive $400, with two second place prizes of $200 each. Entries welcomed entirely recorded on zoom, or recordings of groups who are able to share the same space. University or high school groups can enter multiple times, but each actor can appear in only one submission.

9/19/2022 Philomathes: An Online Journal of Undergraduate Research in Classics

The Classics program at Austin Peay State University is pleased to invite submissions for the seventh volume of Philomathes: An Online Journal of Undergraduate Research in Classics.  This refereed on-line journal publishes original research projects carried out by undergraduate students in any area of Classics.  Submissions are welcome from current undergraduates and those who have recently completed their undergraduate education (within one year of graduation).  The deadline for submissions for the next issue is Tuesday, November 15, 2022 with an online publication date scheduled for May 2023. Please see the web site, for information on publication policies and submission guidelines, as well as previous issues of the journal. https://www.apsu.edu/philomathes/



09/30/2021 Paideia Dolphin Editions
The Paideia Dolphin Editions aim to teach Latin through Latin and Greek through Greek, and to make the original texts accessible by paraphrasing them into simple Latin (or Greek) prose and by providing the reader with a substantial body of explanatory notes. Book 1 of Homer’s Iliad and selections from Vergil’s Aeneid are available on Paideia store website.



09/21/2022 National Humanities Leadership Council

Applications for the National Humanities Leadership Council 2022-23  are now open. Council members take part in a unique series of discussion sessions with thought leaders which explore the essential importance of humanistic perspectives in addressing the concerns of contemporary society. Students will have the opportunity to pursue specific individual or collective humanities projects and will network with professionals who represent a range of fields including academia, nonprofit work, the arts, science communication, museum studies and curation, and activism and advocacy. Applicants are NOT required to have declared concentrations or majors in humanities fields. Applications will be accepted through early October.