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Student awards 2016

 

Economics' 2016 Award Winners

  • The J. Ernest Tanner Award for Excellence in Economics - Gabriella C. Runnels
    This, our highest award, goes each year to the student with the highest GPA among all graduating economics majors. Gabriella C. Runnels has an outstanding record at Tulane University. She has earned a perfect overall GPA of 4.00 in her years at Tulane, graduating with a double major in Economics and Mathematics and with a minor in Gender Studies. She has received numerous academic honors, has written an original and creative honors thesis, and has taken the lead in campus organizations that address such vital issues as economic and educational inequality. She is most deserving of the J. Ernest Tanner Award.

  • The Paul Tulane College Award in Economics (tie) - Connor K. Casas
    The Paul Tulane College Award in Economics is given to the outstanding male Economics major. Connor K. Casas has earned an overall GPA of 3.996 in his years at Tulane University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and also a degree in Fine Arts. He is a most deserving recipient of the Paul Tulane College Award in Economics.

  • The Paul Tulane College Award in Economics (tie) - Evan M. Walter
    Evan M. Walter has earned an overall GPA of 3.92 in his years at Tulane University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics while also playing on Tulane's ultimate frisbee team. He is a most deserving recipient of the Paul Tulane College Award in Economics.

  • The Newcomb College Award in Economics (tie) - Ella R. Bartlett
    The Newcomb College Award in Economics is given to the outstanding female Economics major. Ella R. Bartlett has an outstanding record at Tulane University. She has earned an overall GPA of 3.90 in her years at Tulane, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. She is a most deserving recipient of the Newcomb College Award in Economics.

  • The Newcomb College Award in Economics (tie) - Amanda T. Earl
    The Newcomb College Award in Economics is given to the outstanding female Economics major. Amanda T. Earl has an outstanding record at Tulane University. She has earned an overall GPA of 3.91 in her years at Tulane, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and also with a degree in Political Science. She is a most deserving recipient of the Newcomb College Award in Economics.

  • The Newcomb College Award in Economics (tie) - Cheyenne L. Swanson
    The Newcomb College Award in Economics is given to the outstanding female Economics major. Cheyenne L. Swanson has an outstanding record at Tulane University. She has earned an overall GPA of 3.92 in her years at Tulane, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. She is a most deserving recipient of the Newcomb College Award in Economics.

  • The Mathematical Economics Award - Joel D. Ferguson
    The Mathematical Economics Award is given to the student with the highest GPA among all graduating Economics majors with also a significant concentration in mathematics. Joel D. Ferguson has an outstanding record at Tulane University. He has earned an overall GPA of 3.93 in his years at Tulane, combining a major in Economics with a major in Mathematics. He is most deserving of the Mathematical Economics Award.

  • The Senior Honors Scholar Award in Economics - Gabriella C. Runnels
    The Senior Honors Scholar Award in Economics is given by the Honors College to a graduating Economics major with the highest GPA among all graduating Economics majors in the Honors Program. With a 4.00 overall GPA, Gabriella Runnels has received numerous academic honors (including Newcomb Scholars, the Tulane John Hainkel Scholar Award, the Dean’s Honor Scholarship, the O.W. Chamberlain Fellowship Memorial Scholarship, and the M.D. Scholarship). She is most deserving of this year's Senior Honors Scholar Award.

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