Bowdoin Prizes

2019–2020 Bowdoin Undergraduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Frank Cahill for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “[            ]: Techniques in the Translation of Fragment.”

Congratulations to Jordan Villegas for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “‘They are called ‘brown people,’ ‘greasers,’ et cetera’: Mexican-American Racialization and Pocha Feminist Critique in the Letter from Chapultepec.”

Congratulations to Kelsey Ichikawa for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “Visualizing the Mind: How We See the Brain through Functional MRI.”

 

2019–2020 Bowdoin Graduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Aleksandr Bierig for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “Visits to the London Coal Exchange, circa 1849.”

Congratulations to Gili Kliger for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “Missionary Imperialism and the Birth of New ‘Gods.’”

Congratulations to David Lowry Pressly for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “The Right to be Forgotten and the Possibility of Being a Stranger.”

Congratulations to Jenelle Wallace for winning the Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “To change the brain: An exploration of the promise and limits of brain plasticity through the study of adult neurogenesis.”

 

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The Bowdoin Prizes, some of Harvard’s oldest and most prestigious student awards, are designed to recognize essays of originality and high literary merit, written in a way that engages both specialists and non-specialists. Read more

 

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The Bowdoin Prizes, some of Harvard’s oldest and most prestigious student awards, are designed to recognize essays of originality and high literary merit, written in a way that engages both specialists and non-specialists. Read more