STUDENT AFFAIRS AWARD FORMS
The Christopher J. Pinto Award was established by the alumni of the Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, members of the Class of 1984, and friends of the Pinto family. It is presented to a senior reflecting the academic and leadership abilities and strong moral character of Chris Pinto, a member of the Class of 1984. The recipient(s) will receive a cash award.
The Belle and Herman Hammerman Award
The Belle and Herman Hammerman Award, established by Belle G. Hammerman in honor of her son, Judge Robert I.H. Hammerman, Class of 1950, is awarded annually to the graduating senior entering law school that combines academic excellence with outstanding qualities of leadership.
The Class of 1979 Scholarship
The Class of 1979 Scholarship is awarded each year to a member of the junior class who is highly qualified in terms of the following criteria:
· Academic achievements
· Athletic accomplishments
· Participation in Greek life
· Participation in ROTC
· Participation in other student life programs and activities
The recipient(s) will receive a cash award.
The Alexander K Barton Cup
The Alexander K. Barton Cup is awarded each year to that member of the senior class of any undergraduate department of the University who has faithfully served the interests and ideals of the University and who, by his/her character and influence throughout their collegiate course, has best exemplified the qualities that earned and held for Alexander K. Barton, of the Class of 1914 of The Johns Hopkins University, the respect and affection of his fellows, both during his course and his life outside.
The Christopher B Elser Prize
The Christopher B. Elser Prizes were established by family and friends of the Elser family as a memorial to the life of Christopher B. Elser, a member of the JHU Class of 2007. It is presented to a junior or senior reflecting the following attributes:
- Demonstration of active participation and commitment to community service
- A record of active participation and leadership in campus life and campus activities.
- A demonstrated passion for athletics
- Academic achievement
Recipient(s) will receive a cash award.
The David G Sandburg Award
The David G. Sandburg Award for Campus Leadership was established in 1991 in honor of David G. Sandburg, a member of the Class of 1972. It is presented annually to an outstanding junior who has demonstrated dedication to a variety of co-curricular organizations and activities. Recipient(s) will receive a cash award.