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2020

Gus Ridgel

In 1950, Gus Ridgel became the first black graduate student admitted to Mizzou; he finished  his MA in Economics in just one year, then received his PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin.  Dr.

MU Economics

Congratulations to Kadie Clark, Rachel Etwaroo, Jack Hulse, Savannah McCauley, Destiny Muller and Olivia Skeans; we are so proud of you and look forward to continued success in the future!

MU Economics

Mizzou Economics is a proud partner in advancing the university’s goals of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.  Economics is the only STEM discipline with a substantive focus on issues of diversity and equity.

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“We stand with the peaceful but rightfully impassioned protestors demanding action.

Rebecca Fallon

Congratulations to Rebecca Fallon for winning the MU Excellence in Advising Award!  The award is given each year to an academic advisor who best demonstrates the qualities associated with outstanding undergraduate student advising based on nominat

Fuemmeler Taranissi photos

Two Economics students were awarded the university's seventh annual Award for Academic Distinction: Bryce Fuemmeler and Yasmeen Taranissi.  Read more about the winners and the award here: 

Eric Parsons

Mizzou Athletics staff and student-athletes have nominated Mizzou Economics professor Eric Parsons for Professor of the Year in Mizzou Athletics' annual April awards show, Roars. Good luck, Dr. Parsons!

George Smith & Marjorie Sable with Nobel Scholarship Recipients

Mizzou Economics student Ally Sivapiromrat has been named one of 20 students to receive Mizzou's first Nobel scholarships. George P.

Anne Marie Coultrap Remarks

Department of Economics alumna Anne Marie Coultrap has recieved an Arts and Science Recent Alumni Award in recognition of her achievements since graduating from the College of Arts and Science.

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