The economics department recognizes excellence among its students.

Annual awards are granted toward the end of the spring semester.

 

2016 Economics Department Award Winners

The Wall Street Journal Award:

        Taylor Cranor ’16, Hannah Ruebeck ’16,  Amy Wickett ’16,

The Peggy Howard Fellowship:

       Tejaswi Velayudhan ’10                

The Natalie Bolton Faculty Prize in Economics (Best 200-level Paper):

      Qi Jin’17 and Vickey Ngo ’17

The Natalie Bolton Faculty Prize in Theoretical Economics

     Wing Yan (Sharon) Shiao’16

The Natalie Bolton Faculty Prize in Econometrics:

     Clio Flikkema’17, Leigh Hunt ’17, and Ivonne Marmolejo '17

The Natalie Bolton Faculty Prize in Economics (Best 300-level Paper):  

      Shruti Tadepalli’16 and Evelyn Taylor-McGregor’16

The Natalie Bolton Faculty Prize in Applied Economics

     Hui Li '16

The Joseph Lambie Economic History Prize:

     Dorothy Ren ’16, Frances Grace Howland’16 and Melanie Chen '16

The Natalie Bolton Student Prize:    
 
    
Taylor Cranor '16 and Hannah Ruebeck '16