The Rosenberger Medal was established in 1917 by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Rosenberger in recognition of achievement through research, in authorship, in invention, for discovery, for unusual public service, or for anything deemed of great benefit to humanity.
Nominations for the Rosenberger Medal are submitted and voted on by several faculty Ruling Bodies. Rosenberger Medalists are invited to receive their awards at the spring quarter convocation, and to give a public lecture or workshop during the following academic year.
|2014||Josephine Lee, President and Artistic Director, Chicago Children's Choir|
|2013||Jeanne K. Gang, Principal and Founder, Studio Gang Architects|
|2012||Anne Bogart, Co-founder and Artistic Director of SITI Company|
|2010||Earl Von Freeman, Sr., Tenor Saxophonist and National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master|
|2006||William Kentridge, South African artist|