Classical Languages & Ancient Mentoring Outreach
(clamo = Latin for I shout!)
About the Program
CLAMO is our society’s very own mentoring program, developed and designed to support students studying the Classical Languages (Ancient Greek and/or Latin), at the University of Queensland.
Our mentors are here to assist you with any aspect of your Classical Languages studies, be it translations, grammar, conjugations or declensions, don’t be afraid to utilise our program.
Remember, the program is free for all Classical Languages students at UQ, regardless of whether you hold a current membership with CAHS.
Access the Program
In 2020, due to the COVID-19 situation, we have adapted the CLAMO program to an online format, run weekly via Zoom, beginning in week 3 of each semester.
Join us in Semester 2 2020 on Mondays from 9am-10am via Zoom (stay tuned for the link!) on the following dates:
Week 3 – 17th August
Week 4 – 24th August
Week 5 – 31st August
Week 6 – 7th September
Week 7 – 14th September
Week 8 – No Session (Mid-Semester Exams)
Mid-Semester Break – No Session
Week 9 – 5th October
Week 10 – No Session (See our ‘Why Study a Classical Language? Info Session instead!)
Week 11 – 19th October
Week 12, 26th October
To access great student-friendly resources while we are studying online in 2020, check out our Online Forum via Google Classroom! Join via code zth5y74.
Instructions: Log into your Google account (if you don’t have one, it’s easy to register), Select the ‘Classroom’ application (in the ‘Applications’ tab at the top right-hand corner of your screen), Select ‘Join Classroom’, Enter the ‘Classroom Code’ (listed above).
Special Event – Why Study a Classical Language? Your Questions Answered!
Monday 12th October, 9am-10am via Zoom (stay tuned for the Zoom link!)
Thinking about studying a Classical Language next year or where your current language studies could take you? Curious about what studying Latin or Greek would entail or about the benefit gained for a career in Classics & Ancient History? Join us to find out!
We will share with you the advantages of studying a Classical Language, in enhancing your undergraduate experience in Ancient History and in setting you up for honours and postgraduate studies in Classics and Ancient History, to help you pursue a career in the field.
As experienced Classical Languages students, our student mentors generously volunteer their time each week to assist you with your studies and are always enthusiastic to do so. You can meet them in our weekly sessions.
Your 2020 Mentors:
Allie Schultz – CAHS Vice President of Classical Languages & Undergraduate Student
Catherine Stanley – CAHS Social Media Manager & Honours Student
Jessica Zelli – MPhil Student
Sarah Prince – MPhil Student
Becoming a Mentor
Each year, CAHS is delighted to give experienced and enthusiastic Classical Language students (undergraduate and postgraduate) the opportunity to become CLAMO mentors.
If you would like to enquire or express your interest about becoming a mentor, please email our executive team, with attention to the Vice President of Classical Languages, at firstname.lastname@example.org.