Best Undergraduate Paper in Classics

A prize of $300 is awarded annually to the writer of the best paper written by an undergraduate student for a Department Classics class during the past year. An Honorable Mention prized of $150 is awarded to the second best paper. Recipients are selected from nominations made by the faculty. Awards are announced in spring.

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 Previous RecipientsHonorable Mention
2017Tess Willmott PaperAndrew Hosler
2016Grace Rhodes PDF icon PDF icon Paper Cole Brownsberger PDF icon Paper
2015Laura Tringali PDF icon PDF icon Paper 
2014Petra Creamer and Benjamin Leach 
2013MarshallBuchananLauren Maxfield
2012Melissa BarrettDanielle Capetillo
2011Benjamin Briskin 
2010Ted BrossEileen McGreevy
2009Tiffany ArnettYu Chen
2008Beverly KidsonBill Isaacs
2007Gregory M. WebbElena R. Semos
2006John KnapkeLauren Collister
2005Lindsey Reedy 
2004Justin JohnstonAndrea J. DeArment
2003Christine MoodySamantha Cochrane
2002Joshua MiklowskiKathryn J. Wells
2001Chris WeberDavid Mess
2000Serafim Reppas 
1999John Patrick CollinsShannan T. Palma
1998Nicole L. NiesetJudson Dunham
1997Michael CrowderCarl Holtman
1996James J. SquireSean E. Sponhaltz
1995Chris JohnsKathryn Shaw
1994Andriana E. VaisStephan A. Blatti
1993Jon Frey 
1991Dan WileyChristine Crawford
1989Lois J. WongMaria G. Swora
1988Darci A. UetrechtWende J. Gribble
1987Susan M. CarrollWilliam Kalies
1986Peggy Sato 
1985Nick RicciardiJanet Gianelos and Lori Henry
1984James E. GauchMary Grace and Matyskella
1983Julie HalleyJames Gauch



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