Thomas Jefferson Award

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The Thomas Jefferson Award is awarded at the College of William and Mary's Charter Day. The award is given each year to a member of the College family for significant service through his or her personal activities, influence, and leadership.

Thomas Jefferson Award Recipients

1963

1963 Dudley Woodbridge

1964 William G. Guy

1965 William S. Gooch

1966 W. Melville Jones

1967 Davis Y. Paschall ‘32

1968 Vernon L. Nunn ‘25

1969 Harold L. Fowler

1970 Cecil McCulley

1971 Carl Roseberg

1972 W. Warner Moss

1973 J. Wilfred Lambert ‘27

1974 Frank A. MacDonald ‘36

1975 Alfred Armstrong ‘32

1976 R. Wayne Kernodle

1977 Jack D. Edwards

1978 Stanley B. Williams

1979 William F. Swindler

1980 William B. Spong, Jr.

1981 W. Samuel Sadler ‘64

1982 Frank T. Lendrim

1983 Vinson H. Sutlive, Jr.

1984 John S. Quinn

1985 Robert E. Welsh

1986 Thaddeus W. Tate, Jr.

1987 George R. Healy

1988 Judith Ewell

1989 John E. Selby

1990 Morton Eckhouse

1991 Cirila Djordjevic

1992 Edward P. Crapol

1993 Melvyn D. Schiavelli

1994 James C. Livingston

1995 David J. Lutzer

1996 James M. Yankovich

1997 John H. Willis, Jr.

1998 Randolph A. Coleman

1999 Lawrence C. Becker

2000

2000 Hans C. Von Baeyer

2001 John E. Donaldson

2002 Clyde A. Haulman

2003 Gillian T. Cell

2004 Richard A. Williamson

2005 James N. McCord, Jr.

2006 Joel D. Schwartz

2007 Kathleen F. Slevin

2008 David L. Holmes, Religious Studies

2009 Katherine M. Kulick, Modern Languages and Literatures

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