Bowdoin Prizes

2017–2018 Bowdoin Undergraduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Elizabeth (Ellie) Lasater-Guttmann for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “Language and Spatial Encoding: A Solution to the Under-determination Problem.”

Congratulations to Samuel Shapiro for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Undergraduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “Michael Asher and the Art of Deaccessioning.”
 

2017–2018 Bowdoin Graduate Prize Winners

Congratulations to Geoffrey Kirsch for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for his essay entitled “The Letter Giveth Life: Reopening the Case on Law and Equity in The Merchant of Venice.”

Congratulations to Argyro Nicolaou for winning a Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the English Language for her essay entitled “’Now that the World has become an Endless Hotel’: European Narratives of Displacement in the Middle East during the Second World War.”

Congratulations to Jenny Pham for winning the Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “Bacteriophages and Experimental Evolution: A Modern Role for a Time-Honored System.”

Congratulations to Whitney Robles for winning the Bowdoin Prize for Graduate Essay in the Natural Sciences for her essay entitled “Natural History in Two Dimensions.”

 

graudateBowdoin Prizes for Graduate Students

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