The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award

This award provides a $15,000 stipend to a graduating college senior to pursue public service anywhere in the world. The award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career. Please see the attached for more information. Samuel Huntington Public Service Award

 

Alan Samuel Colt Biology Prize

2021- Youmian Yan

2020 -Xiaoyue (Mike) Zheng

2019- Abby Gregory

2019- Josefine Just

2019- Caroline Lapp

2019- Jenna Laidley

2018- Jiaya Ye

2017- Baturay Ayedmir

2016- Amanda Corwin

2015- Megan Michie

2014- Katherine M. Faust

2014 – Alison E. Smith

2013- Chelsea A. Nickerson

2012- Mark D. Chaffin

2012– Sara A. Mason

2012- Ashley J. Oliver

2011– Peter Kirk

2010- Catarina Ruksznis

 

Webster Chester Biology Prize

2021 – Artricia Nou

2020 – Kiana Chabot

2020 – Louisa Goldman

2020 – Shu (Daisy) Dan

2019 -Collette Gould

2019 -Andrea Velasquez

2018 -Jane S. Swart

2017- Anoush Longerstay

2017 – Rachel Prestigiacomo

2016- Seth Butler

2015- Laurel Edington

2014- Jessica L. Moore

2013- Elise M. Begin

2012-Jennifer B. Gemmell

2012-Mathew C. Silverman

2011-Sarah Martinez

2011-Nora McCall

2010-Kimberly B. Cohen

 

Thomas W. Easton Biology Prize

2021 – Robin Green

2020 – Garrett Genco

2019- Moeketsi Justice Mokobocho

2018- Caitlin E. Lawlor

2018- Julia M. Park

2017- Hannah Insuik

2017 – Maddie Andrews

2016- Jamaal Grant

2015- Margaret Hefferon

2015 – Alexandra Jackson

2014- Kaitlin S. Curran

2013- Corey E. Reichler

2012- Jaclyn E. Johnson

2011- Mara Bensson

2010- Francess Still

 

Samuel R. Feldman Book Prize

2010-Eric Braunstein