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Award Winning Students for Spring 2014

Posted on July 21, 2014

Award Winning Students for Spring 2014

Department of Economics Student Award Honors

The Department of Economics congratulates the following economics students who earned these distinctions for Spring 2014 semester.

RECIPIENTS HONOR
Samuel V. Valdez

J. Richard Powell Award of Merit
Dean’s List of Graduating Scholars & Artists Distinguished Graduate Honors

Chelsea L. Redmon Distinguished Graduate Honors in Economics
Dulce Gonzalez

Wallace Atherton Memorial Award
Distinguished Undergraduate Honors in Economics

Arthur O’Keefe Distinguished Undergraduate Honors in Economics with an option in Mathematical Economics & Economics Theory
Megan Porter Outstanding Undergraduate Student Majoring in Economics
Brandon Villalpando Outstanding Undergraduate Student Majoring in Economics
Loni Tyler Outstanding Undergraduate Student Majoring in Business Economics
Nguyen Nguyen Outstanding Undergraduate Student Majoring in Business Economics
Bryan Castro Outstanding Undergraduate Student Majoring in Economics with an option in Mathematical Economics & Economic Theory

 

Scholarship Recipients

The Department of Economics congratulates the following economics students who earned these distinctions for Spring 2014 semester.

RECIPIENT AWARD
Tamara Triepke Ray & Marge Lancaster Undergraduate Scholarship $2,000
Octavio Misael Urista Ray & Marge Lancaster Undergraduate Scholarship $2,000
Ramon Vivero Ray & Marge Lancaster Graduate Scholarship $2,000
Chan Kyung Park Gene R. Simonson Endowment Scholarship $1,750
Emerson Bahr Settlemyer Family Scholarship $750
Gwendolyn Gebelein Simonson Economics Department Scholarship $500
Michael Varney Simonson Economics Department Scholarship $500

 Please be sure to check back next January 2015 for next year’s scholarship opportunities. Application deadline is in March. For information on university scholarships, please visit the Center for Scholarship Information.

President’s List

Students are named to the President’s List when they earn a GPA of 3.75 or above for the semester. The Department of Economics congratulates the following economics students who earned this distinction for Spring 2014 semester:

MAJOR
RECIPIENTS
Economics Moon N. Cho, Benigno Ortega Cruz, Troy River Ersan, Stephanie Garcia Marquez, Michael S. Giron, Dulce Estefania Gonzalez, April Dale Holzhausen, Victor Wee Teck Lee, Scott Maisli, Landy Montanez, Megan Elizabeth Porter, Thomas Osborn Reilly, John Reyes, Javier Eduardo Sarmiento, Elmer Jong Hoon Song, Tamara Ocean Tripke, Brandon Michael Villapando, and James Andrew Whitaker.
Mathematical Economics & Economic Theory Bryan Salvador Castro, Allison Margaret Gallagher, Elisha Joseph Jeynes, Khang Tan Le, Tamara Maria Lugo, Christian Masariego, and Christian Neito.
Business Economics Varren Jae Anacleto, Peiyi Liu, Brandon Chansoo Pak, Jonathan Andrew Rivera, Brett Lionel Tarvis, and Junran Wang.
Pre-Economics Paul Robert Fernandez and Jack Thomas LaFrance.
Pre-Business Economics Tien Ai Lin.

Dean’s List

Students are named to the Dean’s List if they receive a GPA of 3.50 to 3.75 for the semester. The Department of Economics congratulates the following majors for earning this distinction in the Spring 2014 semester:

MAJOR RECEIPIENTS
Economics Erik Henry Andersen Sr., Sze Hang Choi, Alvin Duc Le I, Hoo Suk Lee, Ciarra Janelle Lofstrom, Adrian Ross I Noche, Andrew Alexander Salas, Khai Hung Tu, Code Allen Upcraft, and Jesus Zambrano.
Business Economics: Yessica Aguilera, Jorge Andres Gutierrez, and Zilong Wang.
Pre-Economics: Chan Jong Park.
Pre-Business Economics: Raymond K. Li, Alan Christopher Munoz, and Bianca Lois Togonon.

 

OMICRON DELTA EPSILON

ODE Greek LettersOmicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) is the International Honor Society in Economics. To qualify for membership, applicants must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher and an interest in economics. Students do not necessarily have to be economics majors, but they must have completed at least 12 units in economics with a “B” average or better. There is an initiation fee of $35 which entitles the student to a membership scroll and a one-year subscription to The American Economist, the journal published by ODE. Information and applications for membership are available in the department office or visit www.omicrondeltaepsilon.org

 

Complete News & Notes Spring 2014 (PDF)