Giller-Sagan Prize Created in 1982

Kasey Wooten

Kasey Wooten, Giller-Sagan winner 2010-11

The Giller-Sagan Prize was created by the Sagan family  in honor of Women’s Studies Alumna Susannah Sagan ‘81 and her grandmothers, Sadie Giller and Esther Sagan.  Sadie Giller and Esther Sagan left the shtetl in their teens and came to America in search of a full and complex life. Since 1982 the award has been given annually to a student who has produced an outstanding senior project in Women’s Studies. See the full list of receipts here.