Earle Bates Prize in Environmental Studies

The Earle Bates Prize in Environmental Studies is awarded to a graduating environmental studies student in honor of Earle Bates, a strong supporter of the Environmental Studies Program and a role model of environmental citizenship. The award recipient is chosen by the Environmental Studies core faculty on the basis of general academic performance, academic performance in the Environmental Studies Program, participation in co-curricular activities and contributions to campus and community sustainability.

Recent Recipients:

  • Shlomo Honig - 2018 Academic Achievement Award
  • Teresa Horan - 2018 Environmental Citizenship Award
  • Harry Lustig and Alison Peacock - 2017 Academic Achievement Award
  • Kahtryn Pettit - 2017 Environmental Citizenship Award
  • Nina Preston - 2016 Academic Achievement Award
  • Hannah Gilmore - 2016 Environmental Citizenship Award
  • Matthew Hedberg and Carl Retzloff - 2015 Academic Achievement Award
  • Carolyn Northrop - 2015 Environmental Citizenship Award
  • Oliver Miltenberger - 2014 Academic Achievement Award
  • Haley Smith - 2014 Environmental Citizenship Award
  • Sasha S. Doss - 2013 Academic Achievement Award
  • Kerriann E. Laubach - 2013 Environmental Citizenship Award

Past Recipients:

  • Elizabeth J. George (2012)
  • Mackenzie C. Doss (2012)
  • John T. Jacobs (2012)
  • Thomas Jenkins (2011)
  • Anna Stuart Burnett (2010)
  • Mckenzie Brown and Elissa Hanson (2009)
  • Bonnie Fay and Katelyn Huffman (2008)
  • John Bovay (2007)