Prizes and Awards

The geology department awards a number of prizes and awards to students each year. Some of these prizes are named after former geology faculty, including the Belt-Brophy and Foose prizes. Other prizes are named after deceased students, including the Blodgett, Clarke, and Quinn prizes. The Belt-Brophy prize, formerly the Stearns prize, is given to that student at the end of the junior year who, in the judgement of the Department of Geology, has shown the greatest promise for success as a geologist. The prize is given in honor of Professors Edward S.

Prizes and Awards

Every year the German Department awards two prizes:

Prizes and Awards

Click to see the names of past recipients.

Prizes and Awards

Music Library
The Sylvia and Irving Lerner Piano Prize Is awarded to that student who has demonstrated the greatest skill and musicianship as a pianist.

Prizes

Alfred F. Havighurst Prize in History

The Alfred F. Havighurst Prize in History, established in June, 1970, and intended for the purchase of books, is awarded to that student, a major in the Department of History, who in the opinion of the faculty in History, has, in his or her four years at Amherst College, best fulfilled the standards of excellence and humane scholarship exemplified by Alfred F. Havighurst during the many years of his teaching career at Amherst College.

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