The Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the Martin and Margaret Lee Prizes and Graduate Student Teaching awards.
Additionally, two new prizes were awarded in 2021. The first was the Yiran Fan Memorial Prize, a fellowship established in memory of late UChicago Ph.D. student, Yiran Fan, which includes contributions from Fan’s parents and was awarded to a student in the Joint Program in Financial Economics.
The second was the George S. Tolley Prize, initiated by economist Vinod Thomas, AM’74, PhD’77 to recognize and reward a third-year doctoral student in the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics whose research paper demonstrates the potential for the impact of economic analysis on policy.
Lee Prize Award Winners
Highest Score Earned on the Price Theory Core Exam - Pictured from left to right: Feng Lin, Grant Vaska
Highest Score Earned on the Theory of Income Core Exam - Pictured from left to right: Feng Lin, Xianglong Kong
Highest Score Earned on the Quantitative Methods Core Exam - Karen Wu
Graduate Student Teaching Award Winners
Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award - Francesco Ruggieri
Yiran Fan Memorial Prize
Sangmin S. Oh
George S. Tolley Prize
For "Exchange Rate Policy and Heterogeneity in Small Open Economies" - Aleksei Oskolkov