Jim Greenfield Graduate Fellowship

The Jim Greenfield Graduate Fellowship is funded from a generous bequest to the Department by the late Meg Greenfield and is named in honor of her brother. Applicants to the graduate program in Classics may apply to be considered for various kinds of support among which is the Jim Greenfield Graduate Fellowship. The Fellowship carries a stipend commensurate with that awarded a Teaching or Research Assistantship for one academic year. The holder of the Fellowship is eligible to apply for a regular academic year Teaching Assistantship to commence the fall of the second year, renewable, in a regular support package, up to a total of five years’ support.

Jim Greenfield Graduate Fellowship Recipients

2012-2013

Matthew Gorey

2010-2011

Martin Halprin

2008-2009

Elizabeth Crofton-Sleigh
Melissa Funke

2007-2008

Morgan Palmer
Sarah Prest

2006-2007

Jeffery Petsis
Colin Shelton

2005-2006

Meaghan Rondeau

2004-2005

Colleen Bayley
Ruben Garcia Fernandez

2003-2004

Alex Dressler
Lindsay Morse

2001-2002

Denise Klymshyn

2000-2001

Yurie Hong