The Haseltine Chemistry Physics Prize

Established in 1915 through a bequest of George Haseltine, Dartmouth Class of 1854, and awarded to those students who, in the opinion of a committee consisting of the President, the Dean, and the ranking professors in each of the departments of Chemistry and Physics, shall show the most promise in these two subjects. Only the Chemistry winners are listed below.

About George Haseltine

George Haseltine was a world-famous patent lawyer and one-time legal advisor to President Abraham Lincoln. He came from a large extended Vermont family. The 1860 Windsor County, Vermont, census lists 32 Haseltines living in Andover, Vermont.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

  • 2016 winner: Stephanie Alden '16
  • 2015 winner: Eliana Eunhee Kim '15
  • 2014 winner: Christopher C. Price '14
  • 2013 winner: Andrew H. Zureick '13
  • 2012 winner: Brenna M. Gibbons '12
  • 2011 winner: Eric L. Ross '11
  • 2010 winner: Landon Brown '10
  • 2009 winner: Tiberiu G. Moga '09
  • 2008 winner: Brendan K. Huang ‘08
  • 2007 winner: Alexander V. Rupert ‘07
  • 2006 winner: Bart C. Butler ‘06
  • 2005 winner: Nathan B. Cardin ‘05
  • 2004 winners: Laura F. Berzak ’04 and Robert M. Hayward ‘04
  • 2003 winner: Tacy E. Downing ‘03
  • 2002 winner: Jennifer H. Amoroso ‘02
  • 2001 winner: Terrence N. Wong ‘01
  • 2000 winner: Abigail A. Bickley ‘00
  • 1999 winner: Matthew B. Maserati ‘99
  • 1998 winner: Megan M. Spence ‘98
  • 1997 winner: Jessica Sin '97
  • 1996 winner: Jennifer A. Frontera '96
  • 1995 winner: George T. Topalov '95
  • 1994 winner: Yirong Hu '94
  • 1993 winner: Brett D. Allison '93
  • 1992 winner: Henry C. Spindler '92
  • 1991 winner: Steven S. Andrews '91
  • 1990 winner: James Spotts '90
  • 1989 winner: Kristen Dillon '89
  • 1988 winner: Peter McIlroy '88
  • 1987 winner: Glenn Goldman '87
  • 1986 winner: Karen Harpp '86