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.
|2021||Hannah Cecilia Resnick|
|2020||Lucy Grinnan and Magnus Cleveland|
|2016||John Loebs and Michael Brian Russo|
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.
|2022||Grace Hamilton Hering|
|2021||Mary Catherine Carroll & Elise Hyoin Park|
|2019||Jacob W Radel|
|2018||Jason Hapworth Meuse|
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.
|2022||Xiaoyuan (Caroline) Jiao||Robert Dueckershoff|
|2021||Sahil Gogtay||Hannah Cecilia Resnick|
|2020||Julia Richards||Hannah Cecilia Resnick|
|2019||Jacob W Radel||Hannah Cecilia Resnick|
|2018||Angus Warren||Timothy Vincent McGovern|
|2017||Melanie Ann English||Leo Trotz-Liboff|