Professor Joel Dean Undergraduate Teaching Award
This award is given annually to those graduate students who have shown excellence as a teaching assistant or instructor in the undergraduate economics program. The award was initiated by Joel and Monia Dean and generously funded by the Joel Dean Foundation created by Professor Dean in 1957.
|2015-2016||Ryan Bush, Alanna Bjorklund-Young, Sohini Mahapatra, Chang Ma, and Kevin Yuan|
|2014-2015||Ryan Bush, Parul Gupta, and Yeabin Moon|
|2013-2014||Alanna Bjorklund, Ryan Bush, Liuchun Deng, Christopher Martin, and Terrance Oey|
|2012-2013||Ryan Bush, Blair Chapman, Prathi Seneviratne, Metin Uyanik|
|2011-2012||Ryan Bush, Blair Chapman, Gizem Kosar, Christopher Martin|
|2010-2011||James Lake, Nicole Lott, Gwyn Pauley|
|2009-2010||Maia Linask, Matthew White|
|2008-2009||Danny Barth, Marc Remer|
Eugenio and Patricia Castillo Award
This award is given annually to the student who has displayed the best performance in their first two years in the graduate program. It is generously funded by alumnus Eugenio Castillo and his wife, Patricia.
|2011-2012||Metin Uyanik, Jiaxiong Yao|
|2004-2005||King Ki Marconi Chan|
|1999-2000||Misuzu Otsuka, Yingyao Hu|
Bruce Hamilton Research Seminar Award
This award is given annually to the advanced graduate student who has demonstrated the best performance in one of the department’s research seminars. It is generously funded by alumnus Eugenio Castillo and his wife, Patricia, and is named in honor of Professor Emeritus Bruce Hamilton who was well-known for his insightful comments at department seminars.
|2013-2014||Ryan Bush, Gizem Kosar||Photo|
Clarence M. Guggenheimer Award
Established in 1976 by Mrs. Irma H. Guggenheimer in memory of her late husband, this annual award is made to a graduate student who has exhibited outstanding performance in their work toward a PhD.
Ellie E. Slack Award
Established in 1923, the Slack award is made to a graduate student with an exceptional record in a department in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. The award rotates annually across the approximate 20 departments in the school.
Carl Christ Award
The Carl Christ Fellowship fund was established in 1989 to honor one of its faculty members for his distinguished service and achievements. The proceeds of the fund are used to support outstanding graduate students at the dissertation stage of their research.