Middlebury

2013

Charles%20MacCormack%20%2763Charles MacCormack '63

 

Alumni Plaque Recipients

2012

Elizabeth "Betty" Blanchard Robinson, 1942

Marshall Sewell, 1937

2011

Jean Rau Dawes, 1961

Churchill G. Franklin, 1971

2010

Jean Seeler-Gifford, 1960

Michael J. Robinson, 1960

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Class of 2013

PRESENTATION OF THE

PAUL WARD ’25 PRIZE IN WRITING

For the Class of 2013

Alumni Plaque Recipients

2013

Susan Patterson Nichols, 1978

Susan Handy Burdick, 1963

Charles "Chuck" Burdick, 1963

2012

Elizabeth "Betty" Blanchard Robinson, 1942

Marshall Sewell, 1937

2011

Jean Rau Dawes, 1961

Churchill G. Franklin, 1971

2010

Jean Seeler-Gifford, 1960

Michael J. Robinson, 1960

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Student and Faculty Work

Students who wish to be considered for departmental honors must complete a senior thesis. Theses take a year to research and write, and are generally at least 80 pages in length. For a list of past theses, as well as a list of recipients of selected departmental awards, click on the links to the left.

Awards and Prizes

 

 


Jon M. Groetzinger and Elinor Lee Groetzinger Award is awarded to a student who is graduating magna cum laude or summa cum laude and who plans to enter law school.  Established in 1998 by bequest of Jon Groetzinger P'71.

Graduating seniors head to American Dance Festival in North Carolina

Dance professor Penny Campbell reports:

Two Middlebury seniors awarded Compton Mentor Fellowships

Middlebury College seniors Walter “Tripp” Burwell of Raleigh, N.C., and Corinne Almquist of Randolph, N.J., have been selected from a national pool of nominees to receive the Compton Mentor Fellowship. The Compton Foundation, based in Redwood City, Calif., created the Mentor Fellowship Program to support the creativity and commitment of graduating seniors as they move beyond academics and into the world. The fellowship lasts for one year, with a stipend of $35,000, beginning and ending at the annual mid-June gathering of fellows held in the San Francisco area.