The Department of Economics is proud to announce the May, 2018 graduation of 57 students from the Master of Science in Economics program. To read the full story and view pictures – click HERE.
Seniors Camilla Adams and Cecilia Moreira from Texas A&M’s Department of Economics were two of only fifteen students selected to participate in this year’s IDDEAS program at Stanford University. To read more – click HERE
The Department of Economics is proud to announce the top-rated presenters at the 3rd and 4th year PhD Student Conference conducted in May 2018. To read more – click HERE
Abigail Peralta’s parents came from the Philippines in the 1980s to receive their Ph.D.’s from the Department of Economics. Years later, she followed in their footsteps. To read more – click HERE
Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students has named Catherine Eckel, Distinguished Professor of Economics, as one of the 24 recipients of the 2018 Distinguished Achievement Awards. To read the full story – click HERE
Samuel Bondurant (PhD Candidate, TAMU), Jason Lindo (Associate Professor, TAMU), and Isaac Swensen (Assistant Professor, Montana State university) recently published a memo on based on their research on the website “Econofact.” The memo, entitled “Access to Substance Abuse Treatment, Drug Overdose Deaths, and Crime,” discusses the life-saving and crime-reducing benefits of substance abuse treatment centers. […]
The Department of Economics is proud to announce that Noah Bacine, a 5th year Doctoral Student, has won the Murray and Celeste Fasken Distinguished Graduate Student Teaching Award for 2018. To read more – click HERE.
On February 22nd, 2018, over 50 Texas A&M Economics students had the opportunity to meet with and listen to recruiters from three different organizations in the Robert and Judy Allen building. To read more – click HERE
Billur Aksoy, a fifth year PhD student, received the highly competitive National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant ($20,055) with her co-advisor Dr. Silvana Krasteva. To read more- click HERE
To honor the memory and legacy of Dr. John Van Huyck, the Dr. John Van Huyck Fellows Program provides support to a graduate student in the TAMU Department of Economics to carry out experimental research. This year, Mackenzie Alston was named as the 2017 Dr. John Van Huyck Fellow. To read more – click HERE