Have you written a paper you are particularly proud of? Is there a student in your class whose work has really impressed you? Submit your work for the Dean's Prize!
In the spring semester each year, the Dean of Arts and Sciences will award two prizes of $100 each to current William and Mary students whose work (completed within the last three semesters) is evaluated by a selection committee as most successful in advancing our knowledge of women. One prize will go to an undergraduate and the other to a graduate student. This competition is open to all undergraduate and graduate arts and science students. Past winners include Katelyn Durkin, Teresa Ingraham, Laurel Daen, Casey Metheny, Margaret Freeman and Morgan Berman.
Materials suitable for submission include term papers or other class assignments, independent study projects, and honors or thesis research. Undergraduate students may submit projects and papers between 8 and 12 pages in length; graduate students should submit between 15 and 35 pages. In addition, your full name, e-mail address, and the name of the instructor and class to which the work was originally submitted should appear on a separate cover sheet. Materials for consideration should be submitted as an e-mail attachment to the Administrative Coordinator. Subject line should read: Dean's Prize: Last Name, First Name.