The University Record, October 11, 1999

For the record . . .

The Oct. 4 faculty awards article and citation about the U-M Press Book Award did not note that Traianos Gagos, associate professor of Greek and papyrology and archivist of papyrology, is responsible for the research and administration of the University’s 10,000-piece papyri collection. Gagos is vice president of the American Society of Papyrologists and a founder of the Advanced Papyrological Information System, a consortium that preserves ancient texts and makes them available on the World Wide Web. He has published three books and more than 25 articles.