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Alumni Association awards students academic prizes

  • Academic prizesOver the past 25 years, the William and Mary Alumni Association has awarded Student Academic Prizes in an effort to honor those students who serve as models of the academic integrity of the College.

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    Academic prizes
Over the past 25 years, the William and Mary Alumni Association has awarded Student Academic Prizes in an effort to honor those students who serve as models of the academic integrity of the College. On April 27, the Alumni Association recognized 20 students who have demonstrated their skill and dedication in the areas of literature, drama, poetry, business, chemistry, physics, geology, psychology, music, history, art, art history, biology, government and international relations. Faculty from each of the disciplines introduced the students and spoke about the prizes and the recipients selected by their respective departments.

Two Dimensional Art Prize
Amanda Wagstaff '10

Three Dimensional Art Prize
Kiernan Lofland '10

Art History Prize
Kylah Monroe '10

Molecular & Cellular Biology Prize
Stephen W. Chi '10

Organismal Biology Prize
Charlotte R. Ivey '10

Business Prize
Joshua B. Hurwitz '10

Business Prize
Matthew B. Sass '10

Chemistry Prize
Christina M. Davis '10

Goronwy Owens Poetry Prize
Rebecca G. Starr '13

Tiberius Gracchus Jones Prize
Rebecca L. Koenig '12

G. Glenwood Clark Fiction Prize
Keenan N. Thompson '13

Academy of American Poets Prize
Rebecca G. Starr '13

Howard Scammon Drama Prize
Amanda L. Andrei '10

Geology Prize
Andrew K. Laskowski '10

Geology Prize
Brendan P. Murphy '10

Government Prize
Kira C. Allmann '10
 
History Prize
Andrew V. Garden '10

International Relations Prize
Tessa M. Vinson '10

Music Prize
Samuel K. Meckley '10

Physics Prize
Colton D. O'Connor '10

Psychology
William B. Schreiber '10