The following prizes and awards are available for students enrolled in the MAHP program.
The Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Alumnae/i Prize was established in 2002 by the first two graduates of the MAHP Program to encourage and reward an outstanding first year historic preservation graduate student. It is given each year for the best term paper in Introduction to Historic Preservation. The Alumnae/i Prize for 2012 was $1,250.
The Stephen K.F. and Katharine W. Lee Prize was established in 1999 by Antoinette J. Lee in honor of her parents. It is given each year for the best paper or project that addresses the preservation of America's diverse heritage, including cultural and ethnic groups, life-style diversity, and the cultural imprint of other defined groups on American society. The Lee Prize for 2012 was $3,500.
The Hiram McCullough Award in Historic Preservation was established in 1995 by Anne McCullough Pettit in memory of her father Hiram McCullough (1905-1982) and their distinguished ancestor the Hon. Hiram McCullough (1813-1885). It is given each year for the best thesis. The McCullough Award for 2012 was $4,500.