Duke Winfred Quinton Holton Prize for Educational Research

Endowed in 1919 by gifts from Holland and Lela Young Holton in memory of their son, the Holton Prize recognizes investigative research, curriculum development work, and innovative projects in Education-related fields. Duke undergraduates who have declared a minor in Education, and/or who are enrolled in a teacher licensure program, and/or who have enrolled in an Education course are urged to enter the competition. Cash awards of up to $1,000 will be given for outstanding and innovative work in Education. The work will be judged by a committee of Program in Education faculty.


  • Social Science
  • Summer