Phi Beta Kappa Prize
Phi Beta Kappa Prize, established to encourage original work of high creative and scholarly merit, as distinct from proficiency in normal course work. It is a cash prize given annually by the Wabash chapter of Phi Beta Kappa to that undergraduate who is judged to have produced the most original and meritorious piece of work, whether artistic or analytical. Nominations of student contributions are made by the members of the entire teaching faculty, and the entries are judged by a special committee of the Chapter.
2013 — Peter Santa Maria and Weston Kitley
2012 —Geoffrey (Gus) McKinney and Tuan Nguyen
2011 — Patrick Stroud (pictured with Professor David Blix) and Michael Trevino
2010 — Jonathan O'Donnell and Mitch Brown
2009 — Spencer Elliott
2008 — Kyle Prifogle
2007 — Ross B. Dillard and Brett T. Gann, Jr.
2006 — Russell D. Harbaugh and William E. Whited
2005 — Justin R. Grimmer
2004 — Michael Bricker