Please join us in congratulating EPS concentrator Thomas Lee for being awarded one of this year's undergraduate Bowdoin prizes for his essay “Silent Intrusion: New Insights into Volcano Dynamics.”. Quoting from the prize office website, "The Bowdoin Prizes, some of Harvard’s oldest and most prestigious student awards, are designed to recognize essays of originality and high literary merit, written in a way that engages both specialists and non-specialists. Established in 1791, the Bowdoin Prizes have been awarded to many notable Harvard students, among them the philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson, the former Harvard presidents Charles Eliot and Nathan Pusey, the historians Henry Adams, Susan Pedersen, and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., the novelist John Updike, and the journalist Faith Salie." Great work Thomas!
April 23, 2019