Emanuel D. Rudolph Award - Historical
Each year the Historical Section of the Botanical Society will offer an award for the best student presentation of a historical nature at the annual meetings. A judging committee evaluates each student presentation and selects a winner based on the quality of the work and the presentation. The recipient of the award receives a certificate, a cash award, and is a guest of the Section at the BSA banquet.
2012 - Kathryn LeCroy, Birmingham Southern College - Advisor, Clare Emily Clifford, for her presentation: “Botanical Literature in 19th-century United States Gift Books and Annuals.”
2011 - Nuala Caomhanach, University of Missouri, Advisor, Kim Kleinman, for her presentation: “Thomas Nuttall and 19th Century Botany: The St. Louis Connection.”
2010 - Philip Marshall, Yale University, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, for his presentation: “Pinus strobus L. and the historical utilization and management of southern New England forests, 1600-1938.”
2009 - Mauricio Bonifacino, Universidad De La República, Montevideo, Uruguay
2008 - Sarah Kelsey, Rutgers University