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                      Graduate Prizes and Awards, 2008-2016


 

                             The Melvin Kranzberg Prize: to the best M.A. thesis defended during the last year

 

2016 No prize awarded 2015 Kyle D. Cox 2014 Ben Demko
2013 Katherine E. Schaub 2012 Katherine Goldberg 2011 Geoff Schotter
2010 Michael Metsner 2009 No prize awarded 2008 Genevieve Mathieson

 

     The Frank R. Borchert, Jr. Prize in History: to the best dissertation or thesis of a student in the History Department,  with a preference given to topics which exemplify education, architecture, music, and United States history, 1900-1940.

 

2016 Jesse Tarbert 2015 Barrett S. Sharpnack 2014 No prize awarded
2013 Katie M. Schroeder 2012 Jonathan Joseph Wlasiuk 2011 Jesse Tarbert
2010 Ben Sperry 2009 Aaron Alcorn 2008 No prize awarded

 

                    The Marion Siney Prize: to the best performance at qualifying exams during the last year

 

2016 Yuan Liu 2015 Samuel P. Duncan 2014 No prize awarded
2013 Jesse T. Tarbert 2012 No prize awarded 2011 No prize awarded
2010 No prize awarded 2009 No prize awarded 2008 No prize awarded

 

                   The Jane and Cecil Lyman Prize: to the best Ph.D. dissertation defended during the last year

 

2016 Jesse Tarbert 2015 Shilpa Damle 2014 Emily Hess
2013 No prize awarded 2012 Eric M. Kendall 2011 No prize awarded
2010 Liz Bly 2009 Catherine Borchert 2008 No prize awarded

 

                          The Carl W. Ubbelohde Prize: to the best teaching assistant during the last year

 

2016 Joseph Filous 2015 Yuan Liu and Michael Metsner 2014 Corey Hazlett and Dan Belczak
2013 Jonathan A. Kinser and Michael Metsner 2012 Sam Duncan 2011 Elise Hagesfeld
2010 Elise Hagesfeld and Erik Miller 2009 Judith Northwood and Norman Rose 2008 Judith Northwood

 

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