2LT Rudolph ’21 Wins the Lynn W. Turner Prize
The Department of History is excited to announce that 2LT Timothy Rudolph ’21 history major, won the Lynn W. Turner Prize from Phi Alpha Theta for the best paper by an undergraduate. 2LT Rudolph’s paper analyzed how British and American officers' disparate discourses on military theory during the interwar period helped to foment Anglo-American strategic discord concerning the cross-Channel invasion. 2LT Rudolph wrote his paper under the direction of his thesis adviser, LTC Richard Anderson. Well done!