Marek Pycia wins Scoville Teaching Award
The department would like to congratulate Marek Pycia for winning the Warren C. Scoville Distinguished Teaching Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching.
Professor Pycia’s Econ 106D course discusses the design and use of markets and other institutions to solve problems of matching markets and resource allocation. The course uses both theory and case studies to help students understand how the design of markets can have substantial effects on the efficiency and fairness of outcomes. Congratulations Marek on winning the award!