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Awards & Prizes

The Solzhenitsyn Prize in Russian

The Solzhenitsyn Prize is awarded annually to the Russian major who has achieved an outstanding academic record, as indicated by such criteria as performance in courses, honors work, and overall background in Russian studies and who is most likely to contribute to the development of Russian Studies in the United States.

Solzhenitsyn Prize Winners

2011 - Emily R. Goodell '11
2011 - Alexandra B. Heywood '11
2010 - Jonathan G. Blevins '10
2009 - Maura C. Pennington ?'08
2008 - Diane E. Ellis? '08
2007 - Hans Stege ?'07

The Cloise Appleton Crane Prize in Russian

The Cloise Appleton Crane Prize in Russian is awarded annually to the Russian major who has made the greatest all-around contribution to Russian Studies at Dartmouth, based upon scholarly achievement and participation in all aspects of the program and whose various activities as an undergraduate have given evidence of a deep interest in the cultures and peoples of Eastern Europe.

Cloise Appleton Crane Award for outstanding Russian Majors

2014 - Aaron B. Koenig '14
2013 - Sanna L. Gu '13
2012 - Matthew J. Michels '12
2011 - Justin M. Varilek '11
2010 - Jonathan G. Blevins '10
2010 - Kassie M. Archambault '10
2009 - Kayla P. Eisman '09
2009 - Erica L. Anhalt '09
2008 - Sarah E. Wilson ?'08
2007 - Abberley K.M. DeBellis ?'07

The Pray Modern Language Prize in Russian

The Pray Modern Language Prize in Russian is awarded annually to the Russian major who is the "best scholar in modern languages" among all the graduating majors, as determined by that individual's achievement in all language courses at Dartmouth.

Pray Modern Language Prize for Russian

2014 - Jeff Chen '14
2013 - Sannu L. Gu '13
2012 - Matthew J. Michels '12
2011 - Alexandra B. Heywood '11
2010 - Kassie M. Archambault '10
2009 - Kayla P. Eisman ?'09
2008 - Sarah E. Wilson '08
2007 - Abberley K.M. DeBellis '07

Last Updated: 8/5/14