The award is presented at the end of each academic year to a student concentrating in economics who, upon completion of the junior year, is deemed by the Department of Economics to be the most outstanding and promising student in this field.
Ernest Sims graduated from Michigan in 1906. The Sims Honor Scholarship in Economics was established in 1949 as a result of a generous gift of Ernest M. and Natalie C. Sims in the interest of stimulating intellectual rivalry and high-quality achievement.
The scholarship is given to one or two students who are the most outstanding and promising student(s) in economics who is not a resident of Michigan.
David Bunzel, AB ‘86econ, has pursued a career in finance, most recently in New York City. He established the Bunzel Prize in 2001.
The fund is to be used to establish a scholarship, or a loan fund, or an annual prize in Economics at the University of Michigan. It is given to a senior in economics with the most outstanding academic record and the greatest social awareness.
Lieutenant Harold D. Osterweil of Long Beach was killed in action in France on July 31, 1944. As a student at the University of Michigan, Harold won the whole-hearted admiration and friendship of both faculty and students not only for his brillian scholarship, but also for his high sense of responsibility as a citizen. He had one year at the Harvard Law School and stood first in his class. Everyone who knew Harold felt that had he lived, he would have had a most distinguished career of public service.
A committee of his friends consisting of faculty members and former students of the University of Michigan, and citizens of Long Beach established the Osterweil Memorial Fund.
This prize is awarded annually to the best graduating honors student in economics.
Jonathan P. Ferrando, AB ’88 econ, went on to graduate from Harvard Law School, before pursuing a career in business.
The Parker Prize was created to honor an outstanding written contribution to labor economics or to the field of human resources.
This prize was established in the memory of John Parker who was a professor economics at Michigan from 1963-1967.
This fund provides scholarship assistance for a student majoring in economics.
It was established through a gift from Diane C. Swonk, AB ’84 econ; AM ’85 applied econ.
A scholarship for students who are majoring in economics.
The Nancy Bausch Thomas Scholarship Fund was established in 2004 through a gift from Nancy Bausch Thomas.