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.

Funding

Funding

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. See also study away notices and grad programs.

Study away notice (A), call for papers (C), event (E), fellowship (F), internship (I), job (J), learning (L), networking (N), research (R), scholarship (S), volunteer (V), and workshops (W); in reverse order, with the most recent notices at the top.

(A) 03/01/2022 Summer Intensive at Sijal
The Sijal Institute for Arabic Language and Culture’s Summer Intensive Program will take place online and in-person this year. Sijal offers a 10-week intensive Arabic program during the Summer Term delivered by Jordan-based instructors. Application closes May 20.

(E) 02/17/2022 The Long Italian Philhellenism
Within the pan-European phenomenon called Philhellenism, Italy, due to its history, geographical location, and political status, was prominent in a different way. This one-hour event starting at Feb 23, 12:00 pm EDT will consist of a presentation and a panel discussion. It will take place online via Zoom and will be live streamed to the CHS YouTube Channel.

(F) 02/08/2022 HMML Fellowship Program Opportunities
The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library is accepting applications for research residencies to be completed at HMML between July 1 and December 31, 2022.

(E) 01/18/2022 An Archaeology of Disability
Join the Center for Hellenic Studies for a roundtable discussion of the research station “An Archaeology of Disability,” curated by David Gissen, Jennifer Stager, and Mantha Zarmakoupi for the Venice Biennale Architettura 2021 and opening on January 21, 2022 at La Gipsoteca di Arte Antica, Pisa. The event starts on Feb 4, 2022 at 12 pm EST.

(E) 01/18/2022 To Listen: A Global Journey with Fr. Columba Stewart
“To Listen: A Global Journey” features cultural preservation and thought leaders from around the world in conversation with HMML executive director, Father Columba Stewart, OSB. This program features Dr. Robin Darling Young, associate professor of spirituality at The Catholic University of America. The event starts on Jan 20, 2022 at 7 PM CT.

(A) 11/23/2021 Greek Studies on Site: Summer Program 2022
Greek Studies on Site is a center for the study of Classical literature, philosophy, and culture. It offers 3-week summer programs for students of Classics, Philosophy, History and related disciplines. Visit program website for information and syllabi for Greek Mythology or Ancient Greek Philosophy in Context, which both run from June 27 to July 17, 2022.

(J) 11/15/2021 Position Available: Curriculum Designer
The Paideia Institute is seeking a Curriculum Designer to develop materials and organize content for Elementa Curriculum, an elementary and middle school Latin program. The Curriculum Designer will collaborate with and report to the Curriculum Manager in their tasks to write content on the Latin language, Roman culture, and Roman history, and prepare it for digital and paper publication. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to info@paideia-institute.org with the subject line: Elementa Curriculum Designer Application. Applications are open until December 31, 2021.

(L) 11/04/2021 Greco-Roman Roots of Modern Scientific Racism and White Supremacism
Washington University Classics presents a virtual lecture by Rebecca Futo Kennedy, Associate Professor of Classics at Denison University, titled “Greco-Roman Roots of Modern Scientific Racism and White Supremacism” on November 18, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. Register for the event on the department website.

(L) 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.

(E) 09/20/2021 Fifteenth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum
The Fifteenth International Conference on the Inclusive Museum will be held at Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia, between April 22-24, 2022. The conference will explore the special focus on Rethinking the Museum.