John Jay Award

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The John Jay Awards have been presented to members of the Columbia College family for distinguished professional achievement since 1979. Hosted by the Columbia College Alumni Association. The awards are highlighted by a fancy dinner each year, the proceeds of which help to support the John Jay Scholars program.

Traditionally, the award only went to a Columbia College graduate. In 2004, Columbia parent and major donor Peter Kalikow was announced as the first non-alumni honoree. Professor Michael Rosenthal refused to attend the dinner in protest, and several Spectator editorials were written decrying the "selling" of an alumni honor. Since then, the award has returned to being exclusively alumni. [1]

Recipients

2012

2011

  • Andrew F. Barth ’83
  • Alexander Navab ’87
  • Kenneth Ofori-Atta ’84
  • Michael Oren ’77
  • Elizabeth D. Rubin ’87

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

  • Dean P. Baquet
  • Martin J. Cicco '78
  • Alexis Glick '94
  • Richard M. Ruzika '81
  • Jonathan D. Schiller '69

2005

  • Allison F. Butts '64
  • Virginia W. Cornish '91
  • Mark E. Kingdon '71
  • Fernando Ortiz Jr. '79

2004

  • Stephanie F. Bernik '89
  • Peter Kalikow P'02
  • E. Javier Loya '91
  • Phillip M. Satow '63
  • Jonathan S. Sobel '88

2003

2002

2001

  • Thomas H. Glocer '81
  • Michael A. Gould '66
  • Carlos R. Muñoz '57
  • Cristina Teuscher '00

2000

  • Ric Burns '78
  • Martin S. Kaplan '61
  • Robert M. Rosencrans '49
  • Stephen D. Solender '60
  • George L.Van Amson '74

1999

  • James H. Berick '55
  • Michael S. Bruno '43
  • Saul S. Cohen '57
  • Claire Shipman '86

1998

  • William P. Barr '71
  • Joseph D. Coffee '41
  • Gerald Green '42
  • Milton Pollack '27
  • James P. Rubin '82
  • Mark H. Willes '63

1997

  • Neill H. Brownstein '66
  • Herbert Gold '46
  • Lee J. Guittar '53
  • Leonard Koppett '44
  • Harry J. Saal '63
  • Alan L. Stein '52
  • John B. Stuppin '55

1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

1990

1989

1988

  • Alan N. Cohen '52
  • Edward N. Costikyan '47
  • Jason L. Epstein '49
  • William W. Golub '34
  • Michael Heidelberger '09
  • Douglas H. McCorkindale

1987

  • Hugh H. Bownes '41
  • Samuel F. Fortunato '51
  • A. Alan Friedberg '53
  • Robert Kraft '63
  • Alvin F. Poussaint '56
  • Arthur J. Roberts '65

1986

1985

  • Norman E. Alexander '34
  • Leon N. Cooper '51
  • Art Garfunkel '62
  • David H. Horowitz '48
  • Harvey M. Krueger '51
  • Paul P. Woolard '48

1984

  • Emerson Buckley '36
  • Richard G. Capen Jr. '56
  • Luis J. Lauredo '72
  • Laurans A. Mendelson '60
  • Emanuel M. Papper '35

1983

  • Arthur F. Burns '25
  • Robert N. Butler '49
  • Lawrence K. Grossman '52
  • Joseph Kraft '47
  • George L. Starke '71
  • Stanley L. Temko '40

1982

1981

  • Robert F. Blumofe '30
  • David A. Braun '52
  • Armand Hammer '19
  • S. Marshall Kempner '19
  • George Segal '55
  • Sidney H. Sheinberg '55

1980

  • Emanuel Ax '70
  • James R. Barker '57
  • Lester Bernstein '40
  • Harold Brown '45
  • Horace E. Davenport '29
  • Stanley R. Jacobs '19

1979

External links

References

  1. Tomorrow's John Jay Awards to Honor Non-Alum, Columbia Spectator, March 2, 2004
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