B.A. in Philology (Major: Classics), University of Athens, Greece (2014), M.A. in Classics, University of Athens, Greece (2016): The Shaping of Memory and Identity in the Topography of Augustan Rome.
B.A. Cornell University (2008), M.A. University of Virginia (2012): Breaking the Law: Legal Language and Love in Ovid's Amores. Ph.D. (in progress) A Clash of Characters: Jupiter and Juno in Ovid's Fasti.
B.A. Hillsdale College (2014), M.A. Tulane University (2016).
B.A. Loyola University (2013), M.A. University of Colorado Boulder (2015).
B.A. in Russian Studies, University of Richmond (2013), Post-Bac. in Classical Studies, William and Mary (2016).
B.A. in Classics, University of Belgrade, Serbia (2016): Representation of Domitian in Roman Literature; M.A. in Classics, University of Belgrade, Serbia (2017): Reader-response Criticism and the Prose Prefaces of Martial's Epigrams and Statius' Silvae.
B.A. William and Mary (2013), M.A. University of Bristol (2015): Papierlandschaft. Through and Between Tacitus's Agricola and W. G. Sebald's The Rings of Saturn, M.A. University of Virginia (2016): Textual Notes on Aeschylus Agamemnon.
M.A. University of Kansas (2018): Subtle Manipulation: A Rhetorical Analysis of Medea Across Time and Genre in Greek and Roman Literature.
B.A. St. Olaf College (2014), M.A. University of Virginia (2016): Ghostly Statues: The Barren Statue Bases in the Forum of Pompeii. Ph.D. (in progress) Plutarch and the Delphic Oracle.
B.A. Boston College (2012), Post Bac. University of Pennsylvania (2013).
B.A. in English, Bryan College (2010); M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2014): Scientific Laws and Causality in the Philosophy of Second Language Acquisition: A Neo-Aristotelian Approach; M.A. in Classics, University of Kentucky (2016): Duae M. A. Mureti orationes in Platonis Rem Publicam commentariis instructae.
B.A. CSU-Chico (2005), Post Bac. UC Davis (2008), M.A. University of Virginia (2010): Knowing Well: Gnomic Statements in Herodotus' History, Book 1. Ph.D. (in progress) Greek Historiography in Middle Republican Rome.
B.A. in Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Penn State University (2012), Post Bac. in Classical Languages, University of Pennsylvania (2014), M.A. in Classics Languages, University of Georgia (2016): The Creation of New Realities: Theogonies, Cosmographies, and a Redefinition of Customs in Aristophanes' Birds, Clouds, and Peace.
B.A. St. Olaf College (2009); M.F.A. in Creative Writing, University of Washington (2012).
B.A. in Classics and History, University of Washington (2018),B.S. in Biology, University of Washington (2018).
B.A. University of Chicago (2014), M.A. University of Georgia (2016): The Uses of eo in Apuleius' Metamorphoses.
B.A. Washington and Lee University (2013), M.A. Washington University in St. Louis (2015).
B.A. Middlebury College (2011), M.A. in Humanities, University of Chicago (2012): Socrates, Alcibiades, and the Erotic Foundations of Philosophy and Imperialism, M.A. University of Virginia (2015): (Re)constructing Athenian Identity: The Cultural Significance of the graphē paranomōn and the graphē nomon mē epitēdeion theinai.
B.A. University of New Mexico (2017), Honors Thesis: “Paterfamilias Patriae: The Reversal of Culture and Narrative in Vergil’s Aeneid and Ovid’s Metamorphoses”
B.A. University of Iowa (2009); M.A. University of Florida (2011): Lucan's Ferrum Fodder. Ph.D. (in progress) Constituent Order in Latin Accusativus cum Infinitivo clauses.
B.A. in English and Classical Languages, Austin Peay State University (2006); M.A. in English, Austin Peay State University (2013): “Boats Against the Current”: Gatz-Gatsby and Lucifer-Satan; M.A. in Classical Languages, University of Georgia (2014): The Role of Diomedes in Latin Epic.
B.A., Concentration in Classical Philology, Baylor University (2016), Rome: Reverence and Resentment in the Greek East. M.A. in Classical Languages, University of Notre Dame (2018): Making Pyrrhus: Contrasts and Consolidations in Epirote Identity.
B.A. University of Pittsburgh (2010), M.A. Florida State University (2012): Agrippa II's Use and Misuse of the Past: Historical Exempla and Self-Presentation in Josephus' Judean War.