The Adam Smith Prize
The Adam Smith class prize is awarded each semester to the best Principia Consortium student in the Scottish Enlightenment class. The best overall performance is determined by the final marks awarded to Principia students in each run of the class.
The prize is named after the leading Scottish Enlightenment philosopher and political economist, who was educated at Glasgow University and returned as professor to teach between 1751 and 1764 then served as rector 1787-89. Find out more about Adam Smith's career at Glasgow here.
|2013-14||Lindsay Weiss||Albion College|
|2014-15 (Semester 1)||Emma Stapley||Albion College|
|2014-15 (Semester 2)||Burke Stanton||DePauw University|
|2015-16 (Semester 1)||Anna Gregory||Centre College|
|2015-16 (Semester 2)||Thomas Radder||Canisius College|
|2016-17 (Semester 1)||Trong Hieu Phung||Centre College|
|2016-17 (Semester 2)||Theresa Astmann||University of Vermont|
|2017-18 (Semester 1)||Breanna Olsen||Centre College|
|2017-18 (Semester 2)||Calen Smith||Westminster College|
|2018-19 (Semester 1)||Centre College|
|2019-20 (Semester 2)||Rebecca Grant||University of Vermont|