The Kellogg Institute bestowed The Considine Award for Outstanding Student Contributions to the Study of or Service to the Catholic Church in Latin America, which comprised of a $500 cash prize. Established in 2002-03 to commemorate the late Rev. John Considine, a Maryknoll Missioner who made pioneering contributions to the building of strong ties between the US Catholic Church and the Catholic Church in Latin America, the award recognized students whose activities and studies reflect Rev. Considine’s aspirations and lifework. The award was given annual in the spring, from 2004-2019.