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    Check Out Our Alums!

    • Alan Yeung 16' winner of the Kenneth J. and Elizabeth Hare Curran Award. He is currently working as a Systems Administrator Associate at Lockheed Martin
      Alan Yeung 16' winner of the Kenneth J. and Elizabeth Hare Curran Award. He is currently working as a Systems Administrator Associate at Lockheed Martin
    • Alan Yeung 16' winner of the Kenneth J. and Elizabeth Hare Curran Award. He is currently working as a Systems Administrator Associate at Lockheed Martin
      Quinn Webb 16' received the Robin Satterwhite Thesis Award. She is now working at Larimer Lounge, where she tackles "every aspect of event creation: promotions, audiovisual, booking, and general planning."
    • Peter Wailes 16' received the Robert Rubin Prize in Mathematical Economics. He is currently exploring the consulting space with internships at Analysis Group and The Oxford Group.
      Peter Wailes 16' received the Robert Rubin Prize in Mathematical Economics. He is currently exploring the consulting space with internships at Analysis Group and The Oxford Group.
    • Shannon McCarthy 16' received the Robert Rubin Prize in Political Economy. She is currently working as a GIS Intern at Arrowstreet Inc. where she manages and utilizes data to produce campus master plans for military bases using ArcGIS.
      Shannon McCarthy 16' received the Robert Rubin Prize in Political Economy. She is currently working as a GIS Intern at Arrowstreet Inc. where she manages and utilizes data to produce campus master plans for military bases using ArcGIS.
    • William Richmond 15' received the Bruni Award for submitting his senior thesis for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. He is currently teaching at AmeriCorps and working as a Ski Instructor in Crested Butte.
      William Richmond 15' received the Bruni Award for submitting his senior thesis for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. He is currently teaching at AmeriCorps and working as a Ski Instructor in Crested Butte.
    • Gavin Nachbar 14' was the recipient of the Robert E. Rubin Award in Mathematical Economics, Ray O. Werner Thesis Award, and the Van Skilling Award. After graduation, he went on to work at Dropbox in Sales Strategy. He currently works at Premise Data.
      Gavin Nachbar 14' was the recipient of the Robert E. Rubin Award in Mathematical Economics, Ray O. Werner Thesis Award, and the Van Skilling Award. After graduation, he went on to work at Dropbox in Sales Strategy. He currently works at Premise Data.
    • James Lanergan 15' received the Robert E. Pizzi Scholarship. He is currently working in the El Pomar Fellowship Program-- a two-year, highly competitive program that provides management experience and leadership training.
      James Lanergan 15' received the Robert E. Pizzi Scholarship. He is currently working in the El Pomar Fellowship Program-- a two-year, highly competitive program that provides management experience and leadership training.
    • Lauren Bieber 16' was the recipient of the Robert E. Pizzi Scholarship. She is currently working as an Analyst at Slate Partners, a boutique investment bank that provides sell-side and buy-side mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services.
      Lauren Bieber 16' was the recipient of the Robert E. Pizzi Scholarship. She is currently working as an Analyst at Slate Partners, a boutique investment bank that provides sell-side and buy-side mergers and acquisitions (M&A) advisory services.
    • Ganesh Karapakula was the recipient of both the Kenneth J. Curran and the Robin Satterwhite Thesis Award for his thesis on Income Elasticities in India.
      Ganesh Karapakula was the recipient of both the Kenneth J. Curran and the Robin Satterwhite Thesis Award for his thesis on Income Elasticities in India.

    Theo Hooker '18 Receives Watson Fellowship

    Theo Hooker

    Follow along with Theo as he travels the globe studying agricultural and food system sustainability!

    Theo Hooker '18, a mathematical economics major,  is one of this year's 40 Watson Fellows. Fellows receive $30,000 for 12 months of travel. Theo says: "I'll be traveling the world for the next 12 months investigating agricultural and food system sustainability. I'll travel to England, Spain, The Netherlands, Tanzania, India, and Fiji in order to explore the relationship between ecological sustainability, economic viability, and cultural traditions and learn how people perceive and address food system sustainability."

    Click here to read CC's story on Theo's Fellowship

    Follow along with Theo's adventure on his blog!

    To learn more about the Watson Fellowship, visit their website