Alexander Hamilton Medal

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The Alexander Hamilton Medal is presented each year by the Columbia College Alumni Association to an alumnus/a or faculty member for distinguished service and accomplishment in any field of endeavor. The Alexander Hamilton Medal, first presented in 1947 to Nicholas Murray Butler, is the highest tribute awarded to a member of the Columbia College community.

Recently, Herman Wouk's was sold on eBay as a paperweight.

Past Winners

Previous winners also include Columbia President Dwight D. Eisenhower and alumni William Joseph Donovan, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.