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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.

2013 Recipients

  • Timothy R. Kearl '13
  • Sarah L. Leonard '13
  • Patricia J. Murphy '13

2012 Recipient

  • Zachary B. Ramirez-Brunner '12

2011 Recipient

  • David S. Watson '11

2010 Recipients

  • Anfin S. Erickson '10
  • John R. Kee '10
  • David W. Leimbach '10

2009 Recipients

  • Scott Limbird '09
  • Robert Forster '09

2008 Recipients

  • Katharine McIntyre '08
  • Leah Carter '08

2007 Recipient

  • Mark F. Hoipkemier '07

2006 Prize Recipient

  • Robin Batha '06

2005 Prize Recipient

  • Andrew Verstein '05

2004 Prize Recipient

  • Ognian O. Kassabov '04

2003 Prize Recipients

  • Paul M. Cathcart '03
  • Michael S. Perry '03

2002 Prize Recipient

  • Justin W. Gary '02

2001 Prize Recipients

  • Jay P. Bregman '01
  • David W. Sparrow '01

2000 Prize Recipient

  • Daniel J. Bush '00

1999 Prize Recipients

  • Barbara E. Jones '99
  • Tom-Tsvi M. Jawetz '99

Last Updated: 6/26/13