Modeled after the Sharpe Fellows program, the Economics Undergraduate Research Fellows Program is an opportunity for students to get hands-on experience in economic research. With the support of the Economics Board of Visitors, the program supports talented undergraduates to work side-by-side with a faculty member on the professor’s research team and received professional development training, and personalized coaching. Successful applicants receive a stipend of $2500 per quarter (up to a maximum of three quarters) and present their findings at a public event in June.

2016-2017 Recipients:

  • Melody Huang ’17 — Quantitative Researcher at Almitas Capital
  • Jiwei Zhang ’17, M.A. ’17 –Ph.D. Candidate at Stanford University
  • Yulan (Aaron) Fan ’17 – Master’s Candidate at Princeton University