Mary C. English is Associate Professor of Classics and General Humanities at Montclair State University where she has taught Latin at all levels, including a seminar on the methodology of teaching Latin. She was the recipient of the American Philological Association's 2007 Award for Excellencein Teaching at the College Level. Since the Fall of 2003, she has been Editor of The Classical Outlook, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Classical League. For the past decade, she has also worked as a reader for the AP Latin examinations. Georgia L. Irby-Massie is Associate Professor ofClassical Studies at the College of William and Mary where she has taught Latin and Greek at all levels. She has received several student-initiated teaching awards and been nominated for teaching with technology awards. In 2008, She participated in the College Board National Faculty Colloquium onAdvanced Placement Latin. She is the editor of Nuntius, the newsletter of Eta Sigma Phi, a national honor society for undergraduate students of the Classics.
Paul Keyserï¿½s publications include work on gravitational physics, computer science, stylometry, Greek tragedy, and ancient science. Formerly a teacher of Classics, he is currently crafting Java for IBMï¿½s Watson Research Center.Georgia L. Irby-Massie is Assistant Professor at the College of William and Mary. Her research broadly investigates reflections of science in literature and society, and includes publications on astrology, geography, natural philosophy in tragedy, and women scientists.