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Awards & Prizes

Susan P. Cobbs Fellowship

The Susan P. Cobbs Fellowship is awarded to one or more students to assist them in the study of Latin or Greek or with travel for educational purposes in Italy or Greece. It was made possible by gifts from alumni, managers, faculty members, and friends made in memory of Susan P. Cobbs, who was dean and professor of classics until 1969.

Awards & Prizes Recipients
Recipients

2016-2017

 

 

2014-2015

Rebecca Regan '19                                                                                                                                                                

Nathaniel Stern '20

 

Irene Elias '18
Suness Jones '16
Austen Van Burns '17

 
2013-2014

Emma King '16
Alex Moskowitz '15
Julia Nee '15

2012-2013

Aaron Kroeber '16
Erick White '15

2010-2011

Sophia Agathis '13
2009 - 2010 Amanda Klause '12
Taylor Wuerker '12
2008 - 2009 William Beck '11
Adriana Massi '12
Laura Pond '12
2007 - 2006 Andrew Herrmann '08
Eleanor Mc Sherry '10
Lucy VanEssen-Fishman '08
2006 - 2007 Katherine Berry '06
Abraham Howland '06
Marianne Klingaman '07
Renee Sevier '08
David Stifler '08
Lucy VanEssen-Fishman '08
2005 - 2006 Lekha Shupeck '06
Mali Skotheim '05
Taru Taylor '05
2004 - 2005 Elizabeth Englehardt '05
2003 - 2004 Claire Weiss '03

Susan P. Cobbs Scholarship

The Susan P. Cobbs Scholarship is awarded to the most outstanding student of classics in the senior class. It was made possible by a bequest of Susan P. Cobbs, who was dean and professor of classics until 1969, and by additional funds given in her memory.

Awards & Prizes Recipients

Recipients

 
2018-2019 Ed Jones '19

2016-2017

2014-2015

Austen Van Burns '17

Sarah Geselowitz '16

2013-2014

Alex Moskowitz '15

2012-2013

Bradford Kim '14
Megan Thompson '14

2010-2011 Amanda Klause '11
Adriana Massi '11
2009 - 2010 William Beck '11
2008 - 2009 Liana Katz '10
2007 - 2008 for Greek: Lucy VanEssen-Fishman '08
for Latin: Daniel Jamison '08
2006 - 2007 for Greek: Jennifer Peck '06
for Latin: Lisa Hunter '06
2005 - 2006 Elizabeth Engelhardt '05
2004 - 2005 Mackenzie Carlson '04
2003 - 2004 Kellam Conover '03

The Helen F. North Award

The Helen F. North Award is awarded to one or more students to assist them in the study of Latin or Greek or with travel for educational purposes in Italy or Greece. It is made possible by a fund established by the late F.C. Ruff '60 and Susan Willis Ruff '60 and supported by many others, in honor of Helen F. North, who retired in 1991 as the Centennial Professor of Classics after 43 years as a member of the Swarthmore .

Awards & Prizes Recipients
Recipients

2016-2017

 

Katherine Ham '18                                                                                                                                                                   

Gabriela Key '18                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sida Li' 18

2013-14

Josh Chang '15
Aaron Kroeber '16

2011 Daniel Browning '13
Ben Ellentuck '13
Bradford Kim '13
2010 Adriana Massi '12
2009 Ming Cai '11
2007 Lucy VanEssen-Fishman '08
2006 Michael Predmore '06
Sally O'Brien '07
2005

Nathaniel Erb-Satullo '07

Lauren Janowitz '07                                                                                                                                           
Kathryn Van Winkle '07

2004 not awarded
2003

not awarded

The Gil Rose Prize

The Gil Rose Prize, endowed by John Marincola '76 in honor of Gilbert P. Rose, Susan Lippincott Professor Emeritus of Modern and Classical Languages, is awarded to a senior student of Latin and/or Greek who, in the judgment of the department faculty,  displays deep knowledge of the ancient language(s) and whose written work is both rigorous and imaginative .

2019 Rebecca Regan '19                                                             
2018 Irene Elias '18
2017 Emma Remsberg '17
2016 Aaron Kroeber '16