Scholarships and Awards

Scholarships and awards are an important part of nurturing out students’ academic goals and fostering their career development. As a student of the Department of Economics of the IU School of Liberal Arts, you will be eligible for these honors. A variety of awards are available to majors, minors, and students enrolled in relevant courses. Details and application instructions are below.

Undergraduate Scholarships

  • Academic Achievement Award for Economics
     The Department of Economics presents this award to a graduating senior majoring in Economics.
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  • Robert Kirk Outstanding New Economics Major Award
     Named to honor Professor Emeritus Robert Kirk, longtime undergraduate advisor in Economics, this award supports a student enrolled in their first year as a major in the Department of Economics.
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Graduate Scholarships

  • Carlin Award for Outstanding Graduate Student Paper in Empirical Economics
     Named to honor Professor Emeritus of Economics, Paul Carlin, this award recognizes a student for submitting an outstanding paper in the area of empirical economics.
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  • Robert B. Harris Graduate Teaching Recognition Scholarship in Economics
     This award goes to Graduate Students with a record of excellence in undergraduate economics instruction.
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School of Liberal Arts Scholarships

As a student in the Department of Economics, you may also be eligible for school and campus scholarships and awards. See the School of Liberal Arts Scholarships and Awards for more information.