Twenty 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, is a recipient of the 2018 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
  • 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
  • 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.

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

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