Prizes by Department or Subject
Anthony D. Stanley Memorial (1904)
ANTHONY D. STANLEY MEMORIAL (1904). Walter S. Pitkin, B.A. 1858, in memory of his uncle, Professor Anthony D. Stanley, B.A. 1830. For excellence in pure and applied mathematics.
Benjamin F. Barge (1900)
BENJAMIN F. BARGE (1900). Benjamin F. Barge, B.A. 1857. Awarded to freshmen and sophomores for solution of original problems in mathematics.
DEFOREST (1855). Established by John DeForest, B.A. 1826, and increased in 1886 by his son, Erastus L. DeForest, B.A. 1854. Awarded to seniors for proficiency in pure and applied mathematics.
George Beckwith (1926)
GEORGE BECKWITH (1926). Dr. Glover C. Beckwith-Ewell of Hartford, Connecticut, in memory of his grandfather, George Beckwith, publisher of Beckwith’s Almanac. For the undergraduate most proficient in some branch of astronomy or mathematics.
John Alan Lewis Summer Research Fellowship (1964)
JOHN ALAN LEWIS SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (1964). Richard Lewis, B.A. 1940, Mrs. Lewis, and Mrs. I. E. Levy in memory of their son and grandson, John Alan Lewis, Class of 1967. For an undergraduate majoring in mathematics who wishes to continue studies over the summer and who, in the opinion of the University, is most worthy of receiving the fellowship.