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Congratulations to the Class of 2023! And Thank You Spring Student Interns

Updated: May 30, 2023

Congratulations Ancient Studies Graduates of 2023! For some of you who were our interns this past spring, we would like to extend a hearty thank you for your efforts during such a busy and critical time of your academic career. We certainly hope to see you return as a participant at one of our future events!

SASA has resources that can help you in your next endeavors, whether that is a job search or preparation for postgraduate studies. Our Port Ancient page displays an extensive list of companies and organizations in the humanities, from established societies to startups, that you might reach out to. Our Resources page can also be used to plan out a career path, or your next paper or application. If you fall into the latter category, we have forums to help you receive feedback from scholars and peers for your project. And of course, our Oracle Newsletter announces any and all job openings our various partners may have, including a recent paid position at Biblical Archaeology Review.


On another note, our Spring Student Interns have contributed to various projects within SASA, bringing innumerable benefits to our methods and overall sense of progress in the mission of creating a community for current and future scholars of Ancient Studies. Thank you again for all your hard work, and we look forward to seeing how your time at SASA continues to inspire you or create the foundations for growth in your respective skill sets! SASA proudly presents the following list of SASA Spring Student Interns:


Alex Pelaez - North Texas Branch Initiative

Andrew Zucco - Recruitment Team

Austin Dedomenico - Access Team

Autumn Short - Mentorship Team

Emma Renz - Research Team

Erin Carlson - Interorganizational Communications Team

Hoda Kamal - Archaeogaming Team

Kemetrea Spearman - Communications Team

Kendall West - Recruitment Team

Marcus Mcgann - Communications Team

Mark Kacyrat - Executive Team

Maximilian Sinclair - Research Team

Osei Kwarteng - Research Team

Shruti Sharma - Access Team

Summer Sekula - Access Team


Overall, SASA is happy to extend a thorough congratulations to any and all Classes of 2023 in the fields of humanities and Ancient Studies. Amidst this time of uncertainty, rise in AI and seeming decrease in the human touch, and of course, the Downward Trend, we encourage your proactive pursuit of Ancient Studies, and hope to see you go far in your respective areas of study. Congratulations on becoming alumni, or as the Romans intended, “learned children” of the future.


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