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The Thomas Jefferson Award is awarded at William & 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 Dudley Woodbridge, Law

1964 William George Guy, Chemistry

1965 William S. Gooch, Athletics

1966 W. Melville Jones, English

1967 Davis Y. Paschall Class of 1932, President

1968 Vernon L. Nunn ‘25 Treasurer of the College

1969 Harold L. Fowler, History

1970 Cecil McCulley, English

1971 Carl Roseberg, Fine Arts

1972 W. Warner Moss, Government

1973 J. Wilfred Lambert, class of 1927, Psychology

1974 Frank A. MacDonald ‘36, Philosophy

1975 Alfred Armstrong ‘32, Chemistry

1976 R. Wayne Kernodle, Sociology

1977 Jack D. Edwards, Government

1978 Stanley B. Williams, Psychology

1979 William F. Swindler, Law

1980 William B. Spong, Jr., Law

1981 W. Samuel Sadler ‘64 Student Affairs

1982 Frank T. Lendrim, Music

1983 Vinson H. Sutlive, Jr., Anthropology

1984 John S. Quinn, Business

1985 Robert E. Welsh, Physics

1986 Thaddeus W. Tate, Jr., History

1987 George R. Healy, History

1988 Judith Ewell, History

1989 John E. Selby, History

1990 Morton Eckhouse, Physics

1991 Cirila Djordjevic, Chemistry

1992 Edward P. Crapol, History

1993 Melvyn D. Schiavelli, Chemistry

1994 James C. Livingston, Religious Studies

1995 David J. Lutzer, Mathematics

1996 James M. Yankovich, Education

1997 John H. Willis, Jr., English

1998 Randolph A. Coleman, Chemistry

1999 Lawrence C. Becker, Philosophy


2000 Hans Christian von Baeyer, Physics

2001 John E. Donaldson, Law

2002 Clyde A. Haulman, Economics

2003 Gillian T. Cell, History

2004 Richard A. Williamson, Law

2005 James N. McCord, Jr., History

2006 Joel D. Schwartz, Charles Center

2007 Kathleen F. Slevin, Sociology

2008 David L. Holmes, Religious Studies

2009 Katherine M. Kulick, Modern Languages and Literatures

2010 Robert B. Archibald, Economics

2011 Jayne Barnard, Law School

2012 Ann Reed, English

2013 Teresa Longo, Modern Languages and Literatures

2014 Jacquelyn McLendon, English

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