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Prize in American History

The Corabeth Powers Dabaghi and William L. Powers, Jr prize in American history was founded in 2003. It is awarded annually for the best performance in an American history module in the Senior Freshman year. The value of the prize is €220 (for twenty years, 2003/04-2023/24). The prize was founded by William K. Dabaghi.

Browne Prize

This prize was founded in 1966 by a bequest from Miss L.C.N. Browne. It is awarded annually to the candidate who obtains the highest marks at the Junior Freshman honor examination in History. The prize is open to students taking the single honour course in History or History as a part of a two-subject moderatorship course. The prize winner may select books to the value of €318 at the University booksellers.

Cluff Memorial Prize

This prize was founded in 1870 by subscription in memory of James Stanton Cluff, Scholar 1858. Further endowments were provided by Mr W. V. Cluff. It is awarded annually to the candidate who performs best in the Moderatorship examination in History—two-subject honor part II candidates to be equally eligible with single honor candidates. Value: €445.

Dunbar Ingram Memorial Prize

This prize was founded in 1896 by a gift from John Kells Ingram, Fellow 1846-99, in memory of his son, T. Dunbar Ingram. It is awarded annually to the candidate who obtains the highest marks at the Senior Freshman honor examination in History. The prize is open to students taking the single honor course in History or History as part of a two-subject moderatorship course. Value: €635.

Fionnuala Pyle Memorial Prize

This prize was founded by a gift from an anonymous donor in 1969. It is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Lecky professor of History for an essay on some aspect of Irish archaeology by an undergraduate student. No candidate can win the prize more than once. Essays should be submitted to the Senior Lecturer by 1 May. Value €223. The essay topic is set each year by Professor Terry Barry in the History Department who can also provide further information.


Last updated 11 August 2011 History (Email).