The Phaedon John Kozyris and Litsa Kozyris Travel Award

It is proposed that The Phaedon John Kozyris and Litsa Kozyris Travel Award was established November 6, 2015, by the Board of Trustees of The Ohio State University, in accordance with the guidelines approved by the Board of Directors of The Ohio State University Foundation, with a gift from Litsa S. Kozyris (BA 1985, MA 1994).

The annual distribution from this fund shall be used to provide financial support to graduate or undergraduate students to pursue a formal program of study in Modern Greek language and/or research in Greece in any academic field requiring the intensive use of Modern Greek. Expenditures may include study abroad fees, travel expenses, and any additional educational expenses (including books). The fund is restricted to a student from any department at Ohio State who has attained a level of competence in Modern Greek beyond the first year of instruction by taking at least two courses in the Modern Greek language program at Ohio State, housed in the Department of Classics, or is a graduate student in the Modern Greek program. Competition for the Kozyris Award is open to any undergraduate or graduate student in any department or program at Ohio State upon completion of at least two semesters of Modern Greek (one of them past the first year).  The Award may be used to pursure a formal program of student in Modern Greek language or research in Greece in any academic field.   

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Previous Recipients

  • 2017 Andrew Hosler
  • 2016 Sofia Deligiannidis, Stavroula Pabst, Anna-Maria Thalassinos
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