The Kautz-Uible Fund offers scholarships and prizes to undergraduate and graduate students. Since 1983, the Kautz-Uible Fund has awarded fellowships and book prizes to students studying Economics and Business Economics. For the 2018-19 academic year, the Kautz-Uible Fund awarded more than $80,000 in total funds to students.
Kautz-Uible Undergraduate Fellowships are awarded to sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate students majoring in Economics or Business Economics.
Caroline Kautz Book Prizes are awarded to freshmen and sophomore undergraduate students.
Awardees are selected based on a holistic evaluation, which includes strong academic credentials, a demonstration of an ongoing connection to the Economics Department, and a demonstrated interest in, aptitude for, and passion for economics.
Kautz-Uible Women in Economics Scholarships are awarded to four female sophomore undergraduate students majoring in Economics or Business Economics. Each awardee receives $4,000.
Kautz-Uible Graduate Fellowships are offered to two incoming graduate students based their academic records. Each awardee receives $5,000.
Kautz Scholar Awards were first offered by the fund in the 2015-16 academic year, and two awardees are recognized each academic year. Each awardee receives $9,000 and works on applied economics research projects under the supervision of an economics faculty member. No separate applications are required for these scholarships, and recipients are chosen from the pool of MA applicants based on their academic credentials and follow-up interviews.
Kautz Graduate Scholars, 2018-2019
Kautz-Uible Undergraduate Fellows, 2018-2019
Kautz-Uible Sean Sullivan Fellowship
Kautz-Uible Women in Economics Fellows, 2018-2019
Kautz-Uible Amanda Wait Fellowship
Kautz-Uible Nandita Jena Fellowship
Kautz-Uible M.P. Gupta Fellowship
Daniel Wilches Giraldo
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