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January 31, 2018 12:00 AM

Academic Prize Nominations

We are seeking faculty nominations for the Green Prize and the Housner Prize.  Both of these recognize an outstanding original piece of research by Caltech undergraduates as outlined below.  The Green Prize can be awarded to any undergraduate. The Housner Prize is for a senior in the top 20 percent of the class. We would like to have nominations in hand for evaluation by Monday, March 5, 2018.  If you know of a student who should be nominated, please visit: http://www.deans.caltech.edu/Services/Grants_Funding/AcademicAwards  

BERNICE E. GREEN MEMORIAL PRIZE
 
The George W. and Bernice E. Green Memorial Prize was established in 1963 with contributions given in memory of George W. Green, who for 15 years served on the staff of the Caltech business office and was vice president for business affairs from 1956 to 1962. The prize of $1,500 is awarded annually to an undergraduate student in any class for original research, an original paper or essay, or other evidence of creative scholarship beyond the normal requirements of specific courses. The student is selected by the deans and the Undergraduate Academic Standards and Honors Committee.

 

THE GEORGE W. AND BERNICE E. GREEN MEMORIAL PRIZE
 
The George W. and Bernice E. Green Memorial Prize was established in 1963 with contributions given in memory of George W. Green, who for 15 years served on the staff of the Caltech business office and was vice president for business affairs from 1956 to 1962. The prize of $1,500 is awarded annually to an undergraduate student in any class for original research, an original paper or essay, or other evidence of creative scholarship beyond the normal requirements of specific courses. The student is selected by the deans and the Undergraduate Academic Standards and Honors Committee.