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Seniors recognized for thesis, seminar work

May 29th, 2020

The Program in American Studies has honored Princeton seniors Vayne Ong with the Princeton Prize in Race Relations Senior Thesis Prize, Tabitha Belshee with the Willard Thorp Thesis Prize, Grace Koh with the Asher Hinds Prize, Allegra E. Martschenko with the Grace May Tilton Prize in Fine Arts, and Tessa Albertson with the David F. Bowers Prize.

In 2020, in lieu of a Class Day gathering, and to celebrate and honor the entire cohort of American, Asian American, and Latino studies certificate students, the Program in American Studies invited seniors to meet for a Zoom photo, and contribute to a video shared with graduating seniors and their families.

“Congratulations to the winners of these prestigious awards, and we celebrate their excellent work,” said Anne Cheng, professor of English and American studies, and director of the Program in American Studies. “And we are proud of all of our students and honor their achievements and perseverance.”

A public version of the video will be available on the program website soon after the originally scheduled June 1 Class Day.

 

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