Sudler Arts Prize Nominees Sought
Faculty members, seniors and fourth-year medical
students are invited to investigate the Louis Sudler Prize
in the Arts, a $1,500 annual prize established in 1983. The
deadline for submitting nominations is Friday, March 9.
The Sudler Arts Prize is awarded to the graduating
senior from the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences,
Whiting School of Engineering, School of Nursing or the
Peabody Institute, or the fourth-year student in the School
of Medicine, who, in the opinion of the committee, has
demonstrated excellence and the highest standards of
proficiency in performance, execution or composition in
music, theater, dance, fiction, poetry, painting, drawing,
sculpture, photography, film or video.
The Sudler Arts Prize Committee, composed of faculty
and administrators from the Homewood campus, the Peabody
Institute and the schools of Nursing and Medicine, reviews
the nominees and their supporting materials and recommends
a candidate. Under the terms of the prize, the final
selection is made by the president of the university.
Guidelines and an application form are available at:
The Sudler Arts Prize Committee also considers
candidates for the President's Commendation for Achievement
in the Arts, a Homewood campus service award featured on
the same Web site.
For additional information, contact Mame Warren,
Sudler Arts Prize coordinator, at 410-435-5314 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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