Periclean Award Winners
The Periclean Scholar Award Competition, held annually, awards up to four prizes to seniors for distinguished senior projects. The purpose of the Periclean Scholar Awards Program is to recognize excellence through an outstanding senior project, and to share the honor of this achievement by sponsoring a ceremonial presentation of the project open to the College community. Two departmental majors have received a Periclean Scholar Award in recent years:
Caroline McKenzie ’02, “The Romanization of Britain: Adoption, Assimilation and Cultural Revolution”
Andrea Piercy ’04, “The Forge of Hephaestus”
Claire Saxe '11, "Alcyone and Ceyx"