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Undergraduate Departmental Representatives

 

Brittany Joyce '15 Brittany Joyce

Brittany Joyce is a rising junior majoring in Classical Studies (Latin Literature Track) with minors in Italian Studies and Teacher Education. She is an upcoming intern in the Eunice M. Cohen Classical Artifact Research Center, and is very excited to start working with the artifacts. She spent summer 2013 studying in Sicily, and would love to return to Italy again sometime soon. Outside of Classics, she is an editor at The Justice newspaper, and works at the library's Information and Borrowing Desk, where she can tell you that ancient literature is located down on Goldfarb 2. She began learning Latin in high school, and settled on Classics when she realized she could study both history and literature, because why pick just one. Please feel free to ask her about research, study abroad, or really anything else!

Jennifer Scontras '15Jennifer Scontras

Jennifer Scontras is a rising Junior majoring in Classical Studies (Greek Literature track) and Neuroscience.  She has worked on the Homer Multitext Project since Fall of 2012 and is now interning with the Eunice M. Cohen Classical Artifact Research Center.  Additionally, Jenny is an active member of BEMCo and the a cappella group Rather Be Giraffes.  She would be thrilled to answer any and all questions or to just chat with anyone interested in Classics!

James Conlon '16jconlon

James Conlon is a rising Junior who is majoring in Classical Studies (CAAH) and Politics. James began to explore classics through Latin classes in middle school, high school, and college, and became very fascinated in Roman history. Eventually he grew to enjoy studying other regions across the Mediterranean, such as the Levant, Egypt, and Crete. You can find James in the Brandeis Television office or the Getz Multimedia Lab working on his films, or in gosman training for archery! As a filmmaker and competitive archery, James appreciates what he has learned through the Classical Studies Department to helphim outside of academia. By learning to concentrate on a single idea and integrate lessons and data from countless resources, James says, Classics is useful to my daily life and has tremendously helped to improve my work ethic.

Recent UDRs

2013-14 Elizabeth Allen ’14
Benjamin Federlin ’14
Brittany Joyce ’15
Jennifer Scontras ’15
2012-13 Kristina Birthisel '13
Alison Crandall '13
Benjamin Federlin '14
Alice Gelman '13
2011-12

Kristina Birthisel '13
Alison Crandall '13
Otis Munroe '12
Louis Polisson '12

2010-11 Blake Kasan '11
Otis Munroe '12
Jessica Schaengold '11
Alissa C. Thomas '11
2009-10 Sarah A. Costrell '10
Lee A. Marmor '10
Alissa C. Thomas '11
2008-09 Dianne J. Ma '09
Lee A. Marmor '10
Alex Smith '09
2007-08 Matt Brown '08
Kevin Goscinak '08
Alex Smith '09
2006-07 Matt Brown '08
Christopher A. Farrell '07
Zachary G. Shipkin '07
2005-06 Catherine K. Baker '06
Christopher A. Farrell '07
Zachary G. Shipkin '07
2004-05 Catherine K. Baker '06
Jessica R. Greenberg '05
Kathryn E. Harris '05