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Penn Senior Honor Awards

History

The senior honor awards are among the oldest traditions at the University of Pennsylvania, dating back as early as 1865 when Penn still occupied a campus on 9th street, in Center City, Philadelphia. Today, these awards are presented to their recipients on Ivy Day during the weekend of Commencement each year. Elected by their fellow students in recognition of outstanding service to the University community, the recipients of these awards have always included the best and brightest of each graduating class. Since its founding in 2002, Oracle Senior Honor Society has had many of its members be recipients of these awards.

Men’s Senior Honor Awards

The Men Senior Honor Awards, in respective order of its honor, includes the Spoon Award, the Bowl Award, the Cane Award, and the Spade Award. To view a detailed description of each of the Men’s Senior Honor Awards, click here.

Women’s Senior Honor Awards

The Women Senior Honor Awards, also in respective order of its honor, includes the Althea K. Hottel Award, the Gaylord P. Harnwell Award, the David R. Goddard Award, and the R. Jean Brownlee Award. To view a detailed description of each of the Women’s Senior Honor Awards, click here.

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Oracle Recipients of Senior Honor Awards

2017: Ian Jeong (Spade), Michael Karam (Bowl)

2015: Rishi Simha (Spade), Joyce J. Kim (Harnwell)

2014: Pulak Mittal (Cane)

2013: Palavi Podapati (Goddard)

2012: Jibran N. Khan (Bowl), Faye G. Cheng (Harnwell)

2011: Mark P. Pan (Spade), Janice Y. Dow (Harnwell)

2010: Claire S. Choi (Harnwell), Sakina R. Zaida (Brownlee)

2009: Wilson K. Tong (Spade)

2008: Puneet Singh (Spoon), Shirley Liang (Brownlee)

2005: Jennifer J. Choi (Goddard)

2003: Arshad Hasan (Bowl)