The College released the list of seniors who were honored with Hoopes Prizes last week. The award recognizes outstanding scholarly work or research.
Named for Thomas T. Hoopes '19, the curator of the City Art Museum in St. Louis and a firearms expert, the prize was given to 83 seniors this year.
Along with encouraging the academic exploits of students, the prize is intended to "promote excellence in the art of teaching," according to the Office of the Secretary of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, which oversees the award.
Winning projects are displayed in the lobby of Lamont Library during the coming academic year and are secured a place in the University Archives.
A full list of prize winners can be found here.
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