Student Awards

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