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Charlotte Williams '12 Wins Prestigious Dodds Prize at Princeton University
Charlotte Williams '12 Wins Prestigious Dodds Prize at Princeton University

Princeton Day School is proud to announce that alum Charlotte Williams '12, a senior at Princeton University, was awarded the prestigious Harold Willis Dodds Achievement Prize at Class Day. The award recognizes the senior who best embodies the qualities of Princeton's 15th president, Harold Dodds, "particularly in the qualities of clear thinking, moral courage, a patient and judicious regard for the opinions of others, and a thoroughgoing devotion to the welfare of the University and to the life of the mind."

Earlier this year, Charlotte was honored with a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, an award given to outstanding students from outside the United Kingdom so they can pursue postgraduate study at the University of Cambridge. An anthropology major pursuing certificates in archaeology, Latin American studies, and urban studies, Charlottehas served as a residential college adviser in Forbes College for the past two years, and served as captain of the mock trial team and as staff writer for the Princeton Traveler. Congratulations!

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