Byron K. Trippet Assistant Professor of Economics Joyce Burnette won the Economic History Society's T.S. Ashton Prize for her article "An Investigation of the Female-Male Wage Gap in Britain during the Industrial Revolution." The prize is awarded every two years by the Society for a promising article by an author younger than 35 years old. The prize-winning article was published in the May 1997 issue of the Economic History Review.
Associate Professor of Classics Joseph Day's article "Interactive Offerings: Early Greek Dedicatory Epigrams and Ritual" was published in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. Professor Day's review of C. Breuer's "Reliefs und Epigramme griechischer Privatgrabmaler" appeared in the American Journal of Archaeology in 1997, while his review of C. Sourvinou-Inwood's "Reading Greek Death," published jointly with Associate Professor of Classics Leslie Day, appeared in the American Journal of Philology, volume 117, 1996.
Dean for College Advancement Paul Pribbenow's essay "Public Character: Philanthropic Fund Raising and the Claims of Accountability" was published in the book Professionalizing the Profession of Fund-Raising, edited by Warren F. Ilchman and published by Jossey Bass, San Francisco, in 1997. Pribbenow's essay "And We Will Teach Them How: Professional Formation and Public Accountability" appears in Critical Issues in Fund Raising, edited by Dwight Burlingame and published by John Wiley & Sons, New York City, in 1997. His article "Pursuing Accountability" was published in the March 1997 issue of Chicago Philanthropy, and his article "Civility in Transitions: Some thoughts on the ethics of coming and going" was published in the November 1996 issue of Chicago Philanthropy.