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Hallowell Prize

The prize is defined as follows:  "Established by friends and associates of Burton C. Hallowell '36, former Professor of Economics and Executive Vice-President of the University.  Awarded annually to an outstanding senior in the study of social science, as determined by the Governing Board of the Public Affairs Center."

Past Recipients

1968 - William Johnson (Economics)
1969 - Albert D. Cover (Government)
1970 - Thomas L. Greaney (CSS),  Steven R. Kuney (Economics)
1971 - Marshall B. Goldman (Economics)
1972 - Steve Sheffrin (CSS)
1973 - Donald T. Steward (CSS)
1974 - Stephen L. Garry (Sociology)
1975 - Elaine Bouret (Government)
1976 - Alan J. Marcus (Economics)
1977 - James E. Fields (Economics)
1978 - James V. Jesudason (Economics/Government/Sociology)
,  Margaret A. Landsberger (CSS)
1979 - Alan Apter (History)
, David Charleson (Government)
1980 - Walter Siegel (Economics, History)
1981 - Leslie Sundt (Government/MECO)
,  David Resnick (History)
1982 - Sarah A. Chapin (Economics/Government)
,  Michael C. Zeller (History)
1983 - Glenn Lunden (History)
1984 - Ruth E. Epstein (Economics)
1985 - Richard Marsh (Economics)
1986 - Kevin Walkowski (Economics)
1987 - Anne-Michele Mortimer (Government)
1988 - Daniel Rosenberg (History)
,  Julie Beth Wilgoren (Economics)
1989 - Bradford A. Frank (Economics)
1990 - Kashif Mansori (Economics)
1991 - Jeffrey L. Asch (Economics/Government)
1992 - Anand Kini (Economics)
1993 - Aaron Siskind (Economics)
,  David O'Steen (History)
1994 - Rachel Deyette (Economics)
,  Regina Dekhtyar (Sociology)
1995 - Shont Miller (CSS)
1996 - Tara Watson (Economics)
1997 - David S. Vine (Sociology)
1998 - Erik R. Vickstrom (Sociology)
1999 - Morgan K. Whitlatch (CSS)
2000 - Jessica Cohen (Economics)
2001 - Matthew B. Volinsky (Economics/Government)
2002 - Dilyan Donchev (Economics/Government)
2003 - Elizabeth Hoffecker (CSS)
2004 - Steven Ka Yat Yuen (CSS/Economics)
2005 - Zachary Kagan-Guthrie (CSS)  
2006 - Claire Blumenson (Government)
2007 - Jacob Goldin (Economics/Government)
2008 - James Feigenbaum (Economics),  Holly Wood (Government/Sociology)
2009 - Reid Higginson (Sociology)
,  Christopher Sarma (CSS)
2010 - Jake Zuehl (CSS)
2011 - Matthew Katz (Economics/Government),  Robert Wohl (History/Sociology)
2012 - Ali Khalid Chaudhry (Economics)
2013 - Justin Pottle (CSS)
2014 - Benjamin Jacobs (CSS),  Grace Powell (Government)
2015 - Eliza Loomis (Government/Economics)
2016 - Alexandria Ricks (History), Jessica Zalph (Government)