Daniel Levine

man reads Herodotus in cluttered officeDaniel Levine, professor of world languages, literatures and cultures in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.

Levine has served on the Fulbright College Honors Council, directed numerous classical studies honors theses and served on many non-classics honors thesis committees. For the past 10 years, he has been part of the teaching team for the freshman Honors Humanities Program (H2P1) course. In addition, he has interviewed honors students as a member of the Honors Fellowship Selection Committee five times. He has taught honors courses in classical studies for more than 35 years, both on campus and on the 11 “Classics in Greece” study abroad programs that he has directed for the University of Arkansas. He will co-lead an Honors Passport study abroad program to Sicily in January 2019. He was a founding member of the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy and served three years as co-director of the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

Levine has won numerous awards at the U of A for excellence in teaching, including the Master Teacher Award from Fulbright College (1995), the Excellence in the Teaching of the Classics award from the Society for Classical Studies, the Outstanding Teaching Award from the U of A chapter of the Mortar Board Senior Honor Society (1991) and the Burlington Northern Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence (1986), the highest teaching honor awarded to U of A faculty.