Groomis Awards for Summer Projects

2016 Groomis Award Winners
There were no applicants for Groomis Awards this year!


List of Groomis Award Winners, 2006-2015

2006 Groomis Award Winners

Michael W. Gulden ’08
Archaeological Field School, University of Utah

Emily C. Holm ’08
Intensive Latin Workshop, University of California-Berkeley


2007 Groomis Award Winners

Holly M. Browskowski ’07
Internship at Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Kayla A. Rasmussen ’08
Intensive German Summer Language Program, Middlebury College


2008 Groomis Award Winner

Adrienne C. Rowell ’10
Excavation of Saninsera, Roman town on the Cape of Cavelleria, Menorca, Spain


2009 Groomis Award Winner

Elizabeth S. Creager ’12
Participation in the Annual Institute of the American Classical League


2010 Groomis Award Winners

Katherine A. Crawford ’11
Villa delle Vignacce Summer Archaeology Field School in Rome

Justin L. Luthey ’11
Seminars at J. Paul Getty Villa in Malibu; visit to Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at Azusa Pacific University


2011 Groomis Award Winners

Katherine A. Crawford ’11
Excavation in Stobi, Macedonia, sponsored by the Balkan Heritage Field School

Kristofer D. Coffman’13
Textbooks for independent study of Biblical Hebrew


2012 Groomis Award Winners

Emily Marie Sandquist  ’13
Books for independent study of Tractatus Super Psalmos by Hilary of Poitiers

Natasha E. Hellen ’13
Textbooks for independent study of forensic archaeology

Kristofer D. Coffman’13
Norwegian-Latin dictionary for independent research as Rand Scholar at the University of Oslo


2013 Groomis Award Winners

Chance E. Bonar ’15
Presentation of paper on Alexander the Great at history conference in Athens, Greece

Morgan M. Wychor ’15
Archaeological field work at Anamur Museum and Antiochia ad Cragum in Turkey


2014 Groomis Award Winners

Nicholas A. Gantt ’15
Archaeological field work at Antiochia ad Cragum in Turkey

Leif D. McLellan ’16
Archaeological field work at Antiochia ad Cragum in Turkey


2015 Groomis Award Winners

Joseph A. C. Burkhart ’17
Archaeological field work at Antiochia ad Cragum in Turkey

Leif D. McLellan ’16
Archaeological field work on a Viking Age site in Gotland, Sweden
Click here to read about Leif’s experience.

Morgan M. Wychor ’15
Archaeological field work at Sarmizegetusa Ulpia Traiana in Transylvania, Romania