Aidan Holmgren ’15 honored with three awards at Hamilton College convocation
Aidan Holmgren ’15 was recognized for his leadership skills, academic achievement, and proficiency in Greek this past Sunday during Hamilton College’s annual convocation ceremony.
A sophomore at Hamilton, Aidan was one of two students awarded The Grant ’21 and Silas ’52 Keehn Prize Scholarship, which recognizes students who demonstrate notably strong leadership characteristics and good academic standing. He was further recognized for these traits with The Charles A. Dana Prize Scholarship, which is awarded to students who display academic achievement, character, and leadership.
As the sole awardee of The Winslow Prize in Greek, Aidan has also distinguished himself as a capable scholar and language-learner. The Winslow Prize in Greek is awarded to the member of the sophomore class who attains the greatest proficiency in Greek for the year.