William Haber Graduate Fellowships

2014-2015 Haber Fellowship Awardees

(From left to right) Anirudh Jayanti, Hannah Bolder, James Wang, and Avery Calkins (students not in picture are Christoph Boehm and Yasar Ersan)

William Haber Graduate Fellowships are a core component of MITRE and a critical resource for our doctoral program. Named in honor of William Haber, a former chair of the Economics Department and dean of the College of Literature, Sciences and the Arts, a towering figure in Michigan political and economic history and a major influence in national economic policymaking, these fellowships  make it possible for the Department to be highly competitive in recruiting top doctoral students to the University of Michigan.

The 2014-2015 William Haber Graduate Fellows are: 

Chrisoph Boehm
Dresden University, B.S. in Engineering and Business, 2007
Tufts University, M.A. in Economics, 2008

Hannah Bolder
Northwestern University, B.A. in Asian Studies: China and Linguistics, 2010

Avery Calkins
Carnegie Mellon University, B.S. in Economics, 2014

Yasar Ersan
Sabanci University, B.A. in Economics, 2011
Sabanci University, M.A. in Economics, 2012

Evan Herrnstadt
University of Iowa, B.S. in Political Science and Economics, 2006

Anirudh Jayanti
Dartmouth College, B.A. in Economics and Mathematics, 2014

Yulia Paramonova
Moscow Institute of Physics Technology, B.A. in Applied Mathematics, 2007

James Wang
University of Chicago, B.S. in Mathematics, 2007