Grant, Gifts and Awards Received

  • Exxon Grant for Summer Language Program awarded to Valerie Caires (1979) $5,000
  • Ohio State University Graduate Associate Teaching Award given to Artemis Leontis for teaching of Modern Greek (1986).
  • Fulbright Research Award given to Brian Joseph (1987)
  • J. S. Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Research Fellowship awarded to Gregory Jusdanis (1992)
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers awarded to Vassilis Lambropoulos (1992)
  • American Council for Learned Societies Research Fellowship awarded to Brian Joseph (1993)
  • Ohio Arts Council grant for the exhibit, "Women’s Fabric Arts in Greek America" awarded to Artemis Leontis (1994)
  • Woodrow Wilson Center, Smithsonian Institution, Research Fellowship awarded to Gregory Jusdanis (1994)
  • Vassilis Lambropoulos named Ohio State University Distinguished Scholar (1994)
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for Summer Seminar for College Teachers awarded to Timothy Gregory for Isthmia Excavations (1994) $70,000
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship awarded to Timothy Gregory (1994-95)
  • Brian Joseph named Ohio State University Distinguished Teacher (1995)
  • Council for European Studies Grant for Workshops awarded to the Modern Greek Program for "Descent from the Acropolis" (1995) $2,500
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for Independent Scholars awarded to Artemis Leontis (1995)
  • Foundation for Hellenic Studies Grant awarded to the Modern Greek Program for "Whither the Neohellenic?"
  • Cress Foundation Grant for graduate student participation in a cooperative program for advanced training in archaeological conservation at Isthmia awarded to Timothy Gregory (Summers 1996 and 1997)
  • Gifts from the Greek Government Ministries of Culture and Greeks Abroad
  • Gifts to the Thomas E. Leontis Endowment for Modern Greek
  • Gifts from donors in the Greek Communities of Ohio
  • Gregory Jusdanis awarded the Exemplary Faculty Award by the College of Humanities (1999)
  • Gregory Jusdanis awarded the Distinguished Scholar Award by The Ohio State University (2003)
  • Gregory Jusdanis named Distinguished Humanities Professor (2006
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