Wilbur Cross Medal
The Wilbur Cross Medal is an award by the Yale Alumni Association for "distinguished achievements in scholarship, teaching, academic administration, and public service". The award is made to a small number (up to six) of individuals annually, and was first awarded in 1966.
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- Wilbur Cross Medal website, Yale University