The Edward Kadletz Memorial Prize in Greek was established in July 2004 by the colleagues, friends, and students of Dr. Edward Kadletz, Associate Professor of Classics at Ball State University. Dr. Kadletz joined the University in 1979. He was an accomplished teacher of Greek and Latin as well as ancient religion, history, and classical culture. Dr. Kadletz was described as a “classicist, humanist, and epicurean who spent his life in quest of what was most beautiful and best.”
This memorial prize is awarded annually to an outstanding student or students of Ancient Greek.
The award amount varies year by year and is dependent on the endowment account balance.
- Student with a major or minor in the Department of Modern Languages and Classics.
- Academically outstanding students who have completed 2nd year Greek.
How to Apply
Application forms are available from the department early in the fall and spring semesters or click herefor a pdf version of the application.