Rachel Rosenfeld Prize for Excellence in the Study of Sociology and Anthropology
The Rachel Rosenfeld Prize for Excellence in the Study of Sociology and Anthropology was established in 2011 in memory of Rachel A. Rosenfeld ’70, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
The prize is awarded each spring by the Sociology and Anthropology department to a senior who exhibits promise in making professional contributions in the areas of sociology or anthropology, a high level of intellectual curiosity, devotion to our community, and enthusiasm for making connections between social theory and practice.
Current Rosenfeld Prize recipients:
Zoë Bonnell and Joe Radinsky are the 2023 recipients of the Rosenfeld Prize.
Past Rosenfeld Prize recipients:
- 2022: Samantha Vera Leyva
- 2021: Alec Morrissey & Anli Gerbino
- 2020: Natalie Slinger
- 2019: Randa Larsen
- 2018: Margot Radding
- 2017: Shayna Gleason