CONGRATUATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING 2021-2022 AWARD RECIPIENTS
Presented for best honors thesis in Humanities.
Presented to a student demonstrating wide ranging interests and concerns for the necessity of humane studies.
Awarded annually for the best paper written in a Capstone Seminar by an undergraduate student. Nominees are accepted from the fall and spring semesters and determined by the Undergraduate Committee.
Presented to a graduating senior for excellence in American History.
Presented to a student at the end of the junior year for excellence and accomplishment in History.
Presented for distinguished service to the History Department's undergraduate program, in memory of Fred Schult, long-time Director of Undergraduate Studies.
For excellence in Latin American History.
This is awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of History, has made the best record in the history honors course.
For excellence in Asian History.
For excellence in Native American and Indigenous Studies.
Bryan Duran Rodriguez
For excellence in European History. Awarded in honor of John W. Wilkes who was a long time chair of the History Department.
Presented to a student for accomplishment and interest in African History.
Interest and Achievement in African American History, awarded annually to a student considered to have demonstrated conscientious and outstanding work.
Awarded annually to an undergraduate to help defray the cost of an NYU study abroad program or other research project related to African history.