Faculty Awards

Tristan Borer and MaryAnne Borrelli have both received the John King Faculty Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching, bestowed annually on the College's top teacher.

Dorothy James was awarded the Connecticut College Student Government Association Award for Teaching Excellence / Most Valued Professor Award. The Policy Studies Association, a national organization, granted her the Outstanding Woman in the Field of Policy Studies Award.

John Coats was awarded the Nancy Nisbet Rash Faculty Research Award for Excellence in Academic Research, bestowed annually on the College's top scholar.

 

William J. Robinson ’95 Award for Achievement and Commitment

Given to a senior government or international relations major who has consistently upheld the social and academic honor code, overcome challenges in the pursuit of excellence, and valued civility, contributing to the College community through academic and co-curricular engagement.

2017 – Kevin M. Castro Peralta ’17

2016 – DeShawn Kelly Armistead ’16 

 

Government and International Relations Department Prize

 These awards, typically a book chosen by the student's primary mentor, are given to graduating seniors in both Government and International Relations.

Awarded for outstanding achievement in government

2017 – Elizabeth Anne Jannery ’17

2017 – Lamiya Khandaker ’17

2017 – Allison Masako Mitobe ’17

2016 – Laura Brennan Cianciolo ’16 

2016 – Susanna Tilghman Mathews ’16

2015 – Shayne Patrick Kinsella ’15

2014 – Alexandra Paige Munson ’14

2014 – Evert Noble Fowle ’14

2013 – Amy Evelyn Cheetham ’13

2013 – Andrew Goddard Greaves ’13

2012 – Lillian Rose Polatchek ’12

2012 – Edward Winsor Fisher Jr. ’12

  

Awarded for outstanding achievement in international relations

2017 – Ramzi Marwan Kaiss ’17

2017 – Nam-Anh Tran Luu ’17

2016 – Daniel Seth Gossels ’16 

2016 – Alexandra Katherine Potts ’16 

2016 – Mia Raquel Haas-Goldberg ’16 

2015 – Neal Jujian Tan ’15

2015 – Alison Rose Rice ’15

2014 – Seth Alexander Nigrosh ’14

2014 – Andrew Steven Majkut ’14

2014 – Ainsley Gorga-Highland ’14

2013 – Meredith Edwards Boyle ’13

2013 – Aditya V. Harnal ’13

2012 – Michael Patrick Eugene Dooley ’12

2012 – Cristóbal Pérez ’12

 

Awarded to the most promising junior government majors

2017 – Kerry Lynn Dugandzic ’18

2017 – Christina Elyse Longeway Rankin ’18

2016 – Lamiya Khandaker ’17

2015 – Laura Brennan Cianciolo ’16

2014 – Shayne Patrick Kinsella ’15

2013 – Alexandra Paige Munson ’14

2012 – Andrew Goddard Greaves ’13

 

Awarded to the most promising junior international relations majors

2017 – Caroline Evans Glass ’18

2017 – Michelle Brianna Lee ’18

2017 – Justin Thomas Winokur ’18

2016 – Ramzi Marwan Kaiss ’17 

2016 – Nam-Anh Tran Luu ’17 

2015 – Daniel Seth Gossels ’16

2015 – Vladimir Chlouba ’16

2014 – Mo Smolskis ’15

2014 – Diana Petra Vicjusa ’15

2013 – Drew Steven Majkut ’14

2013 – Ainsley Amanda Highland ’14

2012 – Aditya V. Harnal ’13