ZOE STAMATOPOULOU APPOINTED TO EARLY CAREER PROFESSORSHIP
Assistant Professor Zoe Stamatopoulou has been appointed Tombros Early Career Professor of Classical Studies in recognition of her excellent record of accomplishment in teaching and research. Professor Stamatopoulou (Zoe to her colleagues and students) is an expert in early Greek poetry, researching the reception of Hesiod among classical poets and dramatists. An invited presenter at national and international conferences, she has had articles accepted recently by Classical Quarterly, Classical Philology, Transactions of the American Philological Association, and The American Journal of Philology. Zoe will hold the title of Tombros Early Career Professor of Classical Studies for three years, and will enjoy support for her research and scholarship at a level usually reserved for distinguished senior faculty members. This honor is endowed by Peter and Ann Tombros, alumni benefactors and supporters of the College of the Liberal Arts, the University Libraries, the Palmer Museum of Art, and the University at large. Congratulations Zoe!