Honor Wilkinson Graduates From Harvard

Cambridge, MA—On May 29. 2014, Harvard University held its 363rd Commencement, conferring undergraduate, graduate, and honorary degrees.  Graduating in the Class of 2014 was Honor Wilkinson of Calais, Maine. Honor earned a Bachelor’s degree with magna cum laude honors in the History of Art and Architecture, secondary concentration in Visual and Environmental Studies.  She was also inducted into Harvard’s Alpha Iota chapter of Phi Beta Kappa honor society, the oldest continually active chapter in the country; this honor places her among the top 1% of graduating college students in the United States.  Among other honors, Honor received the Matthew Abramson Prize for the best senior thesis in Art History and the Badaracco-O’Brien Prize for her significant contribution to inclusiveness in Currier House. Honor will attend the University of Oxford in England, where she will be pursuing a Master’s degree in the History of Art and Visual Culture. She is the daughter of Peter and Alice Wilkinson of Calais, Maine.