The Xavier University Classics and Modern Languages department is looking for an adjunct to teach one or both of the following classes:
Latin 201 MWF 12:00-12:50 (3rd semester – Cicero’s Catilinarians and review)
Latin 111 MWF 1:00-1:50 (1st semester – accelerated Latin course)
We are looking for PhD and ABD students interested in gaining teaching experience in 100% synchronous, remote teaching for the fall semester. Familiarity with Canvas preferred and full technical support/orientation available. Interested applicants should contact us this week for fullest consideration. For more information, contact Dr. Thomas Strunk, Classics Coordinator at email@example.com.
As part of its efforts make its resources and programs more accessible to members of the Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens is asking for help in its initial funding for a fellowship honoring William Sanders Scarborough. Born a slave in Macon Georgia, Professor Scarborough later graduated from Oberlin College (class of 1875), served as president of Wilberforce University (1908-1920), and was the author of a Greek textbook, “First Lessons in Greek” (now back in print with Bolchazy). Further information about the fellowship can be found here; and the donation form can be found at this link.
Apologies- the position at Padua High School is part-time, with the potential to be expanded to include Greek. The corrected post can be viewed here on the OCC Webpage.
After nearly 50 years of teaching, Ben Lupica of Padua Franciscan High School is retiring. The OCC would like to congratulate Ben, a long-time OCC member, on a long and distinguished teaching career. He was a kind and dedicated educator, who attended many OCC meetings and who always took the time to ask how his colleagues around the state were doing.
Being humble, Ben did not contact us about announcing his retirement, but wanted to make sure the OCC knew Padua is now looking for a part time Latin teacher. The position includes teaching all 4 levels and a Latin Club supplemental. The position, however, could be expanded to include Greek. Interested applicants can contact the secretary to the principal, Nancy Monnin, at 440-845-2444.
Congrats again, Ben!
The deadline for the following Ohio Classical Conference Scholarships is April 1st. This includes the following scholarships: the OCC Prospective Latin Teacher Scholarship, the OCC Scholarship for the Study of Greek or Latin, and the OCC Professional Development Scholarship. Applications and more information can be found at ohioclassicalconference.org.