The Louis Sudler Prize for Excellence in the Arts is presented annually to a graduating senior who has demonstrated excellence or the highest standards of proficiency in music, theater, painting, sculpture, design, architecture or film. The prize was established in 1982 by Mr. Sudler, a performer in the arts and an arts patron from Chicago. An endowment fund provides a $2,500 award to the honoree.
Each nominee is contacted by the Council for the Arts at MIT and asked to provide material in support of the nomination; this usually takes the form of a rèsumé highlighting the artistic career of the individual, recordings of music, videos of acting and images of artwork.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provost Martin A. Schmidt presents the 2015 Sudler Prize to Peter Godart at the Institute Awards Convocation. Photograph by Justin Knight.
Peter Godart 2015
Course 2 (Mechanical Engineering)
Course 6 (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)