Awards

In April, the Williams School hosts an awards dinner at which students are honored for academic excellence in accounting, business administration, economics and politics.

Glynn Family Scholarship

The Glynn Family Scholarship was established in 1996 by John W. Glynn Jr., of Atherton, CA, and Charlottesville, VA, and his daughter, Alexandra D. Glynn ’92. The Scholarship is given to rising juniors who are taking a major in the Williams School and, when possible, to those who have shown interest in an entrepreneurial business career and community.

Kemper Scholarship

The Kemper Scholar Program promotes liberal arts education as preparation for life and work, especially in administration and business. This three-year scholarship is awarded each year to member of the first-year class who embodies these ideals.

Lewis Kerr Johnson Scholarship

This scholarship was created by friends and former students honoring the memory of Lewis Kerr Johnson, long-time professor of Administration. Former L.K. Johnson student, William S. Rosasco III '51, increased the scholarship fund in 1981. The scholarship is awarded to rising juniors majoring in business administration and accounting who possess the basic characteristics of integrity, initiative, independence, self-discipline, drive and leadership.