• Tyler Howerton

    Physics major, Mathematics minor


    Tyler Howerton '21 is Hampden-Sydney College’s fifth Goldwater Scholar in just seven years. A starting offensive lineman with Tiger Football, Tyler is H-SC’s first physics major to earn the impressive Goldwater distinction. Tyler Howerton '21

  • Charlie Wolfe

    Chemistry major


    Charlie Wolfe is Hampden-Sydney College’s fifth Goldwater Scholar in history. It is the nation's premier undergraduate scholarship in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Charlie Wolfe '20

  • Alex Dent

    Physics major


    Physics major Alex Dent ’21 is the first student from Hampden-Sydney College to be accepted into the prestigious and highly competitive Clinical Research Internship Program at the Mayo Clinic. Alex Dent '21

  • Cole Johnson

    Biology major, Chemistry minor


    Coleman Johnson '19 presented his melanoma research at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Atlanta, Georgia. Coleman Johnson '19

  • Corey Williams

    Biology major


    Corey Williams '19 received an Honorable Mention Award for the presentation of his melanoma research at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Atlanta, Georgia. Corey Williams '19

  • Max Dash

    English major, Creative Writing minor


    Recent Hampden-Sydney graduate Max Dash '18 devoted the bulk of his senior year to honors research, delving deep into what he calls a very personal, passion-driven project. The creative work thrust the English major deep into Tiger athletics past and present, analyzing the relationship between sports narratives and American culture. Max Dash '18

  • Travis Stackow

    English major, History and Rhetoric minors


    Hampden-Sydney College senior English major Travis Stackow was selected to present his summer research at the Central Slavic Conference, an honor granted to a select few undergraduate students. Travis Stackow '19

  • David Bushhouse

    Biology major, Chemistry minor


    David Bushhouse '19 is one of only eight students from the state of Virginia to be named a 2018 Goldwater Scholar, awarded to undergraduates in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering. David Bushhouse '19

  • Will Fussy

    Biology major


    When Will Fussy '18 chose a research topic for his honors capstone, he found one that combines his biology major with his desire to attend law school: the legal patenting of human genes. Will Fussy '18

  • Sean Walden

    Biology major, Chemistry minor


    The Hampden-Sydney College summer research program provides students with the opportunity for experiential learning. Sean Walden '18 chose to research fungal infections in hops plants—a problem plaguing the beer industry. Sean Walden '18

  • Alex Abbott

    History and Philosophy majors


    Hampden-Sydney College student Alex Abbott '17 recently won the Best Paper award at the 3rd annual National Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at West Virginia University. Alex Abbott '17

  • Chris Williams-Morales

    English and History majors


    Hampden-Sydney awarded the Thomas Edward Crawley Scholarship in English, the first of its kind at Hampden-Sydney College, to Christopher Williams-Morales ’17. Chris Williams-Morales '17