Student Highlights

2017 Student Award Recipients:
Jonathan Baughman - Class of 1875
Joana Nunes - C.W. Fink

Joana Nunes – Departmental Honors

Artemis (Yuanxiaoyue) Yang – Departmental Honors

2016 Student Award Recipients:
Thao Vu - Class of 1875
Yutong Shang - C.W. Fink


2015 Student Award Recipients:
Nate Latshaw - Class of 1875
Jordan Forry - C.W. Fink

Jason Gates - Departmental Honors
Johnathan Jones - Departmental Honors


2014 Student Award Recipients:
Qingyu Wang - Class of 1875
Mary Campbell - C.W. Fink
Nolan Funchion - Departmental Honors


2013 Student Award Recipients:
Kevin Cottington - Class of 1875
Yujia Zhou - Class of 1875
John Gallagher - C.W. Fink
Julia Sturgeon -C.W. Fink


Class of 2012 Honors Graduates:
Misha Garg
Jenna W. Long
Devin Quinn




Yanqing “Ching” Zhao ’19 – Qing has been selected to attend the highly selective abroad program The Oxford System at Mansfield College. In the Latest News article “Another Banner Year” by Tony Moore, Qing talks about what inspires her and her hope for future economics majors. To read the article in its entirety, please click here.


Ellis Tucci '20 - (From Dickinson Today - "A Flight Cheaper Than Lunch")
Economics major Ellis Tucci is highlighted in Dickinson Today's Student Snapshot article "A Flight Cheaper Than Lunch". As mentioned in the article, for almost two years Ellis has been CEO of tech startup Bulletin Technologies, which is a municipal airport ridesharing platform and described by Ellis as an "Uber for planes". Ellis states in the article "Starting and running Bulletin has been one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done, and if it’s taught me anything, it’s that progress is borne of sacrifice."

For more information on Ellis, or to read the article in it's entirety, please click here.


Brady Hummel ' 17 - (From Dickinson Today - "No Equivalent")
Economics major, Brady Hummel, is highlighted in Dickinson Today's Student Snapshot article "No Equivalent". As mentioned in the article, Brady co-founded a podcast with classmate Rob Hill, which highlights stories of students who are first generation college students. A link to the podcast series is included in the article. Brady also participated in 10 days of field research at the 20th Conference of the Parties in Lima, Peru, which is a yearly Climate Change Conference held by the United Nations.


For more information on Brady, or to read the article in its entirety, please click here.


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