Prizes by Department or Subject

Angier (1908)


ANGIER (1908). Roswell P. Angier, M.A. Hon. 1917, in honor of his father, Albert E. Angier. Since 1954 used as a prize for a senior showing exceptional performance in carrying out a research project in psychology.

Neuroscience (2019)

Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Neuroscience, Psychology


Two awards for graduating neuroscience majors whose coursework and senior research demonstrate outstanding achievement, recognizing the breadth of neuroscience from molecules and cells to systems and cognition.

Robert G. Crowder Undergraduate Research Prize (2005)


ROBERT G. CROWDER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PRIZE (2005). For a graduating senior of Yale College who has completed an especially novel research project during his or her college years and who contributed to the quality of undergraduate life in the Department of Psychology through his or her generosity, service, and/or willingness to share learning and knowledge with other students.