BLACK & PAN-AFRICAN STUDENT ADVISING AWARDS
The Fannie Lou Hamer Community Service Award
The Fannie Lou Hamer Community Service award is presented to the graduating student who has shown the utmost dedication to community service, both at Dartmouth College and in the Upper Valley community at large.
2022 Recipient: Maxine Smith
The Nelson "Nels" Armstrong '71 Award
The Nelson "Nels" Armstrong '71 Award is presented to the staff member that has played an instrumental role to students in the class of 2022, shining both in their position and greatly contributing to the community at Dartmouth.
2022 Recipient: Jay Davis
The Kye Allums Award for Athletic Achievement
The Kye Allums Award for Athletic Achievement is named in honor of Kye Allums, the first Division I openly transgender athlete in NCAA sports history, and is presented to graduating student who has broken records and/or barriers in athletics.
2022 Recipient: Ariana Ramsey
The Lorraine Hansberry Award for Performing Arts
The Lorraine Hansberry Award for Performing Arts is presented in honor of Lorraine Hansberry, prominent playwright and social justice advocate, to the graduating student who has shown superb dedication and performance in the arts.
2022 Recipient: Stella Asa
The Ernest Everett Just Award 1907 in Mathematics and the Sciences
The Ernest Everett Just Award 1907 in Mathematics and the Sciences is presented to a graduating student who has proven academic success in the scientific or engineering field, as well as contributed to a supportive community of STEM scholars.
2022 Recipient: Michael Moyo
The Dr. Reena N. Goldthree Award for Scholarly Excellence and Community Engagement
The Dr. Reena N. Goldthree Award for Scholarly Excellence and Community Engagement, was named after a professor who symbolized and modeled for students the balance of being a consummate scholar as well as being deeply involved in making Dartmouth a better place for Black students on campus through leadership, activism, and engagement.
2022 Recipient: Professor Craig Sutton
The Zora Neal Hurston Award in Social Sciences
The Zora Neal Hurston Award in Social Sciences is presented to the graduating student who has shown academic prowess in the social sciences.
2022 Recipient: Akiah Watts
The Edward Mitchell 1828 Award
The Edward Mitchell 1828 Award is presented to the graduating student who, throughout their academic career, has exhibited leadership, dedication and spirit in making a significant contribution to the college.
2022 Recipient: Tinotenda K. Kuretu
The Paul Robeson Award in the Humanities
The Paul Robeson Award in the Humanities is presented to the graduating student who has completed a special, interdisciplinary major, double major in two divisions and who has demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence through their coursework.
2022 Recipient: Awo Adu
The Anna J. Cooper Award
The Anna J. Cooper Award is presented to a faculty member who has shown excellence in their field, and dedication to students' success both inside and outside of the classroom.
2022 Recipient: Professor Monica White Ndounou
Lorna C. Hill '73 Award
The final award is for our namesake, Lorna C. Hill. With highest honor, this distinguished award is presented to the staff or faculty member that not only excelled in their position at Dartmouth, but also provided invaluable service to the Black community through their support and mentorship of students.
2022 Recipient: Professor Clifford Campbell