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Classical Studies 175th Anniversary Reunion and Celebration in Honor of Carl Huffman

April 24, 2012

Classical Studies Alumni Symposium, April 28, 3:00 pm at the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics
This event is open to everyone, please see the program below:

April 28, 2012

Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics



3:00-4:00 pm: Alumni Speakers

Stephen Koob, class of 1971
Steve has graduate degrees in archaeology and conservation from Indiana University and the University of London. He is currently the chief conservator at the Corning Museum of Glass.


Brian Hauck, class of 1998
Brian graduated from Harvard Law School and is currently Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice.


Monica Ayhens, class of 2000
Monica is currently a Ph.D student and summer instructor in history at the University of Alabama.


Austin Diaz, class of 2005
After five years of teaching Latin in middle school and high school, Austin moved to Basel, Switzerland where he is currently working on a masters in Latin and Greek philology
. [Austin joins us via Skype from Switzerland]


Max Pfingsten, class of 2006
After earning an MA in Classics from the University Colorado and an MEd from Jones International University, Max is currently the Director of the Energy Center at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.


James Duncan, class of 2010
Jim recently finished a seven-month public finance fellowship with the Indiana General Assembly and is in the process of completing his MPA in Policy Analysis from IU SPEA-Indianapolis.


Jack Glerum, class of 2013
Jack is a senior Management Fellow and double major in Greek and Economics.


4:00-4:15: Break (refreshments will be served in the lobby)


4:15-5:00: Lecture

Professor Carl Huffman on "Pythagoras' Meretricious Charm"