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History Department Awards

At the end of each year, the History Department awards a number of prizes to its best students.

This year, one student consistently showed top-notch historical inquiry in her courses, and has taken three prizes.  Christina Entz deserves high praises for the quality of her work, and will receive the Connolly Prize for History in Third Year; the Desmond Prize for Medieval History; and the Dr. Tony Rhinelander Exploring History Prize.

Congratulations also to Sam Bourgoin who is awarded the Chuddy McCarthy Memorial Prize for History in Fourth Year.

 

The Chuddy McCarthy Memorial Prize for History in Fourth Year is awarded annually to the fourth year student with the highest average in a minimum of six (6) full-year History courses.

The Senator John J. Connolly Prize for History in Third Year is awarded annually to the third year student with the highest average in a minimum of three (3) full-year History courses.

The Desmond Prize for Medieval History is awarded annually to a student who has excelled in a Medieval History course (6 credit hours).

The Dr. Tony Rhinelander Exploring History Prize is awarded annually to the student with the highest average in “Exploring History” (History 2003).