Prizes and Awards for Senior Economics Majors
Paul Titus Prize in Economics
Established in honor of long-time professor of economics, Paul Titus (1933-1972), the prize is awarded annually to the senior who has demonstrated unusual competence in economics and in the use of the tools of economic analysis. The recipient of the prize is announced at the annual Honor's Day Convocation.
Jeffrey S. Williams Memorial Award for Integrative Study in Psychology and Economics
The award is presented to the senior majoring in psychology or economics who best demonstrates a successful integration of his/her major with one or more disciplines. These disciplines may include any field in which you can major or concentrate at Kenyon College. To be considered for the award, students must submit evidence of interdisciplinary work. The recipient of the award is announced at the annual Honor's Day Convocation.