Commencement sideThe following prizes were awarded at the 191st Commencement on May 15, 2013:

The Alumni/ae Prize in Ecclesiastical History was awarded to Mary Julia Jett, Class of 2013.

The Winifred H. Clark, Jr. Prize in Anglican Mission and Social Justice was awarded to William Stephens Geffine, Class of 2013.

The Journeys Unlimited New York Holy Land Travel Prize was awarded to Nicholas Sollom, Class of 2013.

The Bishop of Newark Preaching Prize for a sermon by a graduating M.Div. student on the bases of content, delivery, theological consistency and biblical integrity was awarded to Frederic A. Miller, Class of 2013.

The McVikar Alumni/ae Greek Prize was awarded to James Miller, Class of 2015, and Robert Schotter, Class of 2014.

The Seymour Prize for extemporaneous preaching by any student was awarded jointly to Sean Lanigan, Class of 2013, and Caroline Peacock, Class of 2013.

The J. Wilson Sutton Prize for a thesis submitted by a graduating M.Div. or M.A. student was awarded to Marie Tatro, Class of 2013.

The George Cabot Ward Prize for reading of the Bible and the Service of the Church by a graduating M.Div. or M.A. student was awarded to Frederic A. Miller, Class of 2013.

The Martyrs of Memphis Award for Outstanding Service, given to a graduating student who has exhibited a spirit of pastoral care, compassion and deep commitment in theological field education work, was awarded to John Christian Bethell, Class of 2013.

The Robert Dentan Scholarship Prize for Excellence in Old Testament Studies was awarded to James Miller, Class of 2015.

The Edwin Cromey Prize for Excellence in Liturgical Studies was awarded to Alexander Martin, Class of 2013, and Caroline Peacock, Class of 2013.

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