Awards and prizes for economics students | Mount Allison

Harold W. Simpson Memorial Prize

The Harold W. Simpson Memorial Prize is awarded to the graduate doing outstanding work in economics.

Past recipients
  • 2021 — Ethan Wright
  • 2020 — Rebekah Howlett and Peter Gale
  • 2019 — Nicholas Hunt
  • 2018 — Grant Benjamin
  • 2017 — Alex Lepianka
  • 2016 — Rebecca Dafoe
  • 2015 — Alec Lepage
  • 2014 — Cory Langlais
  • 2013 — David Evans
  • 2012 — Nicholas Cormier
  • 2011 — Keith Stewart
  • 2010 — Jason Rhinelander
  • 2009 — Erik Johnson
  • 2008 — Shannon Milroy
  • 2007 — Adam Boby
  • 2006 — Mark MacLachlan
  • 2005 — Patrick Blagrave
  • 2004 — David Byrne

 

MASU Economics Award

The MASU Economics Award is awarded for outstanding extracurricular involvement, academic achievement, and overall contributions to life at Mount Allison.

Past recipients
  • 2021 — Anna Hardie
  • 2020 — Liam MacInnis
  • 2019 — Kindy Houinato
  • 2018 — Kwabena Gyasi-Boateng
  • 2017 — Shin Yoshieda
  • 2016 — Rosemary Cockshutt
  • 2015 — Jack Britton and Xiang Simon Wei
  • 2013 — David Evans
  • 2012 — Mary-Elizabeth Garley

A.D. CARTER AWARD for Highest Score in Principles of Economics ECON 1001 and ECON 1011

Past recipients
  • 2021 — Katherine Deane-Gray
  • 2020 — Kate Desroches
  • 2019 — Gabrielle Dagenais
  • 2018 — Michael Cormier
  • 2017 — Graeme Zinck
  • 2001 — Meaghan Jankowski
  • 2000 — Christopher Pollock

Prize established 1925. Suspended 2002. Restored 2017.

Joseph L. Black - Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship

Recipients
  • 2020-21 Anna Hardie
  • 2019-20 Rebekah Howlett
  • 2018-19 Philip Carolin
  • 2017-18 Avery Maloney
  • 2016-17 Shin Yoshieda
  • 2015-16 Rebecca Dafoe
  • 2014-15 Alec Lepage
  • 2013-14 Cory Langlais
  • 2012-13 Marc Lalonde
  • 2011-12 David Evans