Our funds are listed below, in alphabetical order. If a page on the OSU iGive Web site for the fund exists, then the name of the fund is directly linked to that page, where you can make your contribution to that fund through a secure, online connection.
The Carl C. Schlam Memorial Lecture Fund
Provides an annual lecture to promote understanding and appreciation of the classical world, its history, literature and tradition.
The Charles L. Babcock Rome Scholarship Fund
Provides scholarships to one or more undergraduate/graduate students of the Department of Classics for academic travel to Rome or Italy.
The Classics Fund
Funds student awards and and the current needs of the department.
The Classics Research and References Materials Endowment Fund
Provides program support, research and reference materials to the Department of Classics.
The David J. Neustadt Scholarship Fund in Greek & Latin
Provides scholarship support for the study of Greek and Latin to an undergraduate major.
The Modern Greek Studies Fund
Supports the teaching and research mission of the Modern Greek Program
The Rebecca Lucile Cornetet Endowed Scholarship Fund
Provides merit-based scholarship support for the study of Greek and Latin to an undergraduate, preferably in Latin.
The Thomas E. and Anna P. Leontis Memorial Endowment Fund in Modern Greek Studies
Provides an annual speaker of national/international reputation for a lecture to provide awareness of Greek history and culture.
Center for Epighraphical Studies
Provides support to the Center's research mission.
Virginia Brown Chair Fund
Through the generosity of James Hankins, Professor of History at Harvard, the Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies has established a fund to support the Virginia Brown Endowed Chair in Latin Palaeography. The Chair honors the memory of Virginia Brown, who was a senior fellow at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies from 1970 to her untimely death from pancreatic cancer in 2009. Professor Brown was one of the foremost scholars in the field of manuscript studies in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, specializing in Beneventan minuscule, the script written in southern Italy during the Middle Ages. She is remembered by her many former students and colleagues as a generous and devoted friend and mentor. Professor Brown was a long-time supporter of manuscript studies at the Ohio State University.