Dr. Ian Storey, professor emeritus of Ancient History and Classics and former principal of Otonabee College, is to receive the 2014 Distinguished Research Award. Dr. Storey is recognized as a leading expert on the comedic plays of Aristophanes and his contemporaries in 5th-century BCE Greece. Dr. Storey recently retired after teaching at Trent for 38 years. He joined Trent’s faculty as a lecturer in 1974, while studying for his Ph.D. at the University of Toronto. He became an associate professor in 1981 and a full professor in 1989. The Distinguished Research Award is given annually to a member of Trent’s faculty in recognition of outstanding achievement in research and scholarship and will be presented to Dr. Storey at Trent University Convocation on June 3, 2014.