Welcome to the website of the
National Committee for Latin and Greek.
The NCLG is a non-Profit organization sponsored and funded by numerous state and national associations. It serves as a forum to identify nationwide needs and as a force for planning and implementing new strategies and programs. Its Classics Alert Network responds to both crises and opportunities in the Classics community. The NCLG also maintains a dialogue with its European counterparts.
THE NCLG lobbies annually in Washington, DC, for legislation on language education and current initiatives as a part of JNCL and NCLIS. A large part of the money donated to the NCLG goes toward JNCL-NCLIS dues. These contributions thus keep the voice of the Classics in the national dialogue concerning language and education in a vital way. Thank you for your support!
You can donate to the NCLG using this form.
* Zee Poerio serves on the Primary Latin Project - a group in the UK started by Barbara Bell of Minimus fame. There was a special celebration to celebrate the success of Minimus at Cambridge. Although unable to attend in person, Zee sent this message which was shown at the event: http://www.touchcast.com/stlnn/congratulations_
* At their June 26, 2014, meeting the National Committee for Latin and Greek honored University of South Dakota Distinguished Professor Emeritus Judith L. Sebesta for her service to the organization and to the promotion of the study of the ancient Greco-Roman world. She had served as NCLG Secretary for over seventeen years. When she retired from the University in 2013, after teaching for 41 years, she became the third person in the University’s history to receive the title “Distinguished Professor Emeritus.” In 2012 she had received the Monsignor James Doyle Humanities Teaching Award.
* Interested in promoting the NCLG at your local or state Classics meetings? Download and print this brochure.
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