Student Prizes

The Classics Department is fortunate to be able to recognize the achievements of our students with several endowed prizes that are awarded at the end of each school year:


George H. Catlin Classical Prize

Established in 1918 by George H. Catlin, LL.D. '20. Awarded to the student in the senior class whose college work in Greek and Latin is judged worthiest of distinction.

2017

Leo Trotz-Liboff

2016

John Loebs
Michael Brian Russo

2015

Jennifer M. Wenzler

2013

Barrett Alexander Smith

2012

Christian Balthazar Brady

2011

Margaret Clark

2010

Peter Allyn Hoffman

2009

Jacqueline Montagne

2008

Devin Oliver

2007

Allen Maxwell Hoffman, Jr.

2006

Katherine Webber Kern
Sarah Helen Miller

2005

Craig R. Wasserstrom

2004

Carolyn Jane Gersh

2003

Sarah Davies

2002:

Timothy Jones

2001:

Margaret McKee

2000:

Daniel Perett

1999:

Hendrik Dey

1998

James Holland

1997

Amy Starr

1995

Christopher Karachale

1994

Alison Bevin

1993

Sarah Knowles

1992

Lance LeGrys

1991

Antonia De Vegh

1990

Margaret Wilkinson

1989

Harriet Hustis

1988

Carol Gerber

1987

Kirsten Rutsala

1986

William Sexton, Jr.

1985

Adam Arkel

1984

Adrian Mitchell

1982

Paul DuCett

1980

John Newell IV

Eaton Prize

Established in 1945 by a gift form the estate of Mary M. W. Eaton. Awarded to the student who, in the opinion of the president and the faculty, has maintained the highest standing in the classics.

2017

Leo Trotz-Liboff

2016

Joshua Berlowitz
John Loebs
Michael Brian Russo

2015

Scott Alexander Collins
Michael Wade Dola

2014

Alexander Thomson Wright

2013

David Andrew Ettenger Imber

2012

Giulia Scelzo

2011

Matthew Pincus

2010

Shahar Isaac Fineberg

2009

Elizabeth Bowman

2008

Carrie Bryant

2007

Katharine Anne Potts-Dupré

2006

Rebecca Hesla Scholtz

2005

André Peter Cabuay Estanislao

2004

Anthony Thomas Garogano
Carolyn Jane Gersh

2003

Dieter Christian Gunkel

2002:

Lee Rowland

2001:

Johanna Mailloux

2000:

Irene Flowers

1999:

Alexis Landry

1997

Amy Starr

1996

Spencer Pope

1995

William Broadhead

1994

Peter Burke

1993

Sally Murphy

1992

Maureen Kelly

1991

Justin Grohs

1990

Hilary Lipka

1988

Harriet Hustis

1987

Maryclare Pellett

1986

Carol Gerber

1985

Kirsten Rutsala

1984

Eric Mitchell

1981

Tami Woolsey

1980

Paul DuCett

Kellogg Latin English Prize

Established in 1918 by Brainderd Kellogg, professor of rhetoric and English literature, 1861-1868, and trustee, 1885-1920. Two prizes, awarded for the best paper on a classical poet, and for a translation examination in Latin.

 

Kellogg Essay

Kellogg Translation

2017

Melanie Ann English

Leo Trotz-Liboff

2016

Wentao Zhai

Wentao Zhai

2015

Leo Zachary Trotz-Liboff
Wentao Zhai

Jennifer Marie Wenzler
Leo Zachary Trotz-Liboff

2014

William Cuneo

Leo Zachary Trotz-Liboff

2013

David Andrew Ettenger Imber

Jennifer Marie Wenzler

2012

Brian Andrew Collins

Brian Andrew Collins

2011

Matthew Pincus

Margaret Clark

2010

Christian Brady

Christian Brady

2009

Jacqueline Montagne

Jacqueline Montagne

2008

Matthew Pincus

Matthew Pincus

2007

Emily Rose Asher

Matthew Marcus Luke Johnstone

2006

Rebecca Hesla Scholtz

Rebecca Hesla Scholtz

2005

Sarah Helen Miller

Derek Walker

2004

Dimiter Plamenov Kenarov

Derek Walker

2003

Margaret Case Beach
Sarah Helen Davies

 

1995

Todd Eagan

Jarod Kovick

 

1994

Danielle Berry

Alison Bevin

 

1993

Jennifer Petrucione

Sunshine Rowley

 

1991

Julian Bernick

 

1990

Sean Mattie

Bryan Thomas

 

1988

Christopher Hardee

Isabella Cortesi

 

1987

Martha Clark

Christopher Hawkins

 

1986

Karin Lindfors

Katherine Kirby

 

1985

Georgette Csobaji

Laura Firmery

 

1984

Kirsten Rutsala

Lori Hess

 

1982

Paul DuCett

 

1981

Thomas May

Susan Carpenter

 

1980

Carlye Selden

David Hosbein

 

Eve Adler Department of Classics

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Middlebury College
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