Department of Economics Awards 2018 Outstanding Student, Faculty and Teaching Assistant Awards
February 12, 2019
BATON ROUGE – The Department of Economics presents faculty and teaching assistant awards each year to outstanding instructors and teaching assistants as well as to undergraduate students who excel in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics. The 2018 awards were presented by Department Chair Faik Koray. The recipients of the awards are listed below.
Olevia Sharbaugh, 2018 Outstanding Economics and International Trade & Finance Major Award in Macroeconomics. Sharbaugh is a senior and pursuing degrees in both International Trade & Finance and Spanish. Additionally, Richard Stahl congratulates Olevia Sharbaugh on her admission into Omicron Delta Epsilon for high achievement in the field of economics
Mohammed Alshehri, 2018 Outstanding Economics and ITF Major Award in Microeconomics. Alshehri is a senior in business/managerial economics and it a member of the National Union of Kuwaiti Students.
Michael Cobar, 2018 Outstanding Economics and ITF Major Award in Econometrics. Cobar was named to the President’s Honor Roll in 2018 and is majoring in economics.
Peter Gingeleskie, 2018 Excellence in Teaching Award for a teaching assistant. Gingeleskie is currently a PhD student in economics and is working on his dissertation.
Richard Stahl, 2018 Excellence in Teaching Award for an Instructor. Stahl is a Babb/AXA Foundation Professor, a senior instructor and undergraduate advisor in the Department of Economics as well as an instructor for Energy Program.
Louis-Phillipe Beland, 2018 Excellence in Teaching Award for an Undergraduate Instructor. Beland is a Thomas Singletary Business Partnership Professor as well as an assistant professor in the Department of Economics.
Judy Collins won the LSU Foundation Outstanding Staff Award presented by LSU President King Alexander. Collins is the assistant to the department chair in the Department of Economics and previously won the 2014 Staff Excellence Award in the E. J. Ourso College of Business.
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