Twenty four fellowships have been awarded since 2011. 

Most fellows have continued to pursue an academic career, and four of them went to the private sector:

  • Marcelo Alvisio, recipient of the 2014 award, PhD in Mathematics, is now in the private sector
  • Michael Barnett, PhD in the joint program in Financial Economics, University of Chicago, received 2018 award
  • Dachuan Chen, PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, received the 2018 award.
  • Richard Chen, PhD Candidate in Statistics, University of Chicago, received the 2019 award
  • Rui Cui, recipient of the 2013 award, PhD in Finance, is now in the private sector
  • Christina Dan Wang, recipient of the 2011 award, is now Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at Columbia University
  • Maryam Farboodi, recipient of the 2013 award, PhD in Financial Economics, is now Assistant Professor of Economics at Princeton University
  • Kun Gao, recipient of the 2011 award, is now in the private sector
  • Valentin Haddad, recipient of the 2011 award, is now Assistant Professor at UCLA Anderson School of Management
  • Peter Hansen, recipient of the 2015 award, is getting his PhD in Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Mark Hendricks received the Stevanovich Award in 2011. He is currently the Associate Director for the University of Chicago Master’s program in Financial Mathematics
  • Yunzhi Hu, recipient of the 2016 award, is an Assistant Professor of Finance at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, Chapel Hill, NC
  • Paymon Khorrami, recipient of the 2016 award, is a PhD student in Finance and Economics at the Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
  • Serhiy Kozak, recipient of the 2012 award, is now an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business
  • Simone Lenzu, recipeint of the 2017 Stevanovich award, is a PhD candidate in Economics at the University of Chicago
  • Diogo Palhares, recipient of the 2012 award, is now in the private sector
  • Aaron Pancost, recipient of the 2015 award, is Assistant Professor at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business
  • Stefano Pegoraro, recipient of the 2019 award, is a PhD Candidate in Financial Economics, Department of Economics and Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
  • Yoann Potiron, recipient of the 2015 award, is Assistant Professor at Keio University, Business and Commerce
  • Fabrice Tourre, recipient of the 2015 award, is a Postdoctoral Visitor at Northwestern University, Department of Economics
  • Katharine Turner, recipient of the 2014 Stevanovich award, PhD in Mathematics, is now at the Australian National University
  • Willem van Vliet, recipient of the 2017 award, is a PhD candidate in Economics, Becker Friedman Institute, University of Chicago
  • Ruming Wang, recipient of the 2015 award, now works in the private sector
  • Hongcen Wei, recipient of the 2019 award, PhD Candidate in Economics, University of Chicago.

To learn about the Stevanovich Awards application process, visit our dedicated webpage.

Congratulations to our 2019 Fellows: Richard Chen, Stefano Pegoraro, and Hongcen Wei

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