The award was founded in 1957 and is named for Rabbi Stephen Wise (1874-1949), a prominent religious leader and early champion for social justice and civil rights. Each year this award recognizes graduating seniors “who have greatly strengthened relationships among faith communities by their character, personality and leadership.”
Catherine Campbell – selected for her investment in interfaith projects on campus, including PRISM and the iBelieve course, and also for your dedication to caring for your fellow students.
Jackson Foltz – selected for his leadership to Penn’s Christian community on campus and for the efforts he has put into building interfaith community. Also for awarded for his consistent and uplifting presence in SPARC.
Tafshena Khan – selected for her investment in Penn’s Muslim community, for her kindness at all times, and for her gracious leadership through challenging times.
|2014||Anna Maria Garuccio|
|2011||Roxana Sahar Moussavian|
|2011||Ariel Benjamin Fisher|