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