Student Prizes

The Francis W. Gramlich Philosophy Prize

In memory of Professor Gramlich, a member of the Philosophy Department from 1940 to 1972, a modest monetary prize was established in 1973 through gifts from alumni of the Bell System Humanities and Management Development Programs, former students and colleagues, and from AT&T. It is awarded annually to the philosophy major who best exemplifies those qualities of mind and character that Professor Gramlich sought to develop in his students.

Records of previous years' recipients can be found here.

The Story Philosophy Prize

A book prize of a modest monetary amount, established in 1903 through a gift of Joseph Story of Boston, is awarded to the member of the senior class who presents 'the best Thesis on a subject in Philosophy.'

Records of previous years' recipients can be found here.