Awards Presented at Reception for 2014 HART Graduates

may8receptionHistory of Art majors and minors and their families were honored at the department’s reception for graduating seniors on Thursday, May 8, in the atrium of Cohen Memorial Hall.

Elizabeth Schoenberg, who plans to attend medical school, received the Cooley Prize ($250) for the highest grade point average in the history of art. Three students were recognized with an honorable mention ($50 each): Erin Baldwin, who will attend law school at Yale University, Grace Coggins, and Camden Martin, who plans to attend medical school.

Jenna Lindley, Zachary Richards, and Elizabeth Schoenberg were recognized as recipients of the Frances and John Downing Undergraduate Research Travel Awards earlier in the academic year. These grants, which provide assistance for up to $1,500 in travel cost to exhibitions and research centers, are awarded in the fall and spring of each academic year.

Hilary Giroux received the Vanderbilt Wattles Fellowship, which offers a one-year, fully integrated position in the London insurance market at Lloyd’s of London. Jordan Comstock will attend medical school at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and Zachary Richards has plans for law school.

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