Announcing the Marriner S. Eccles Institute Rising Scholar in Finance Award for Ph.D. students

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Announcing the Marriner S. Eccles Institute Rising Scholar in Finance Award for Ph.D. students

The David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah is proud to announce the Marriner S. Eccles Institute Rising Scholar in Finance Award.

Funded through the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis, the scholarship provides $5,000 per year for the first two years of the Eccles Ph.D. program. This generous award for Ph.D. students with an emphasis in Finance supports research activities allowing students to flourish as world-class scholars in the years ahead. It will be awarded twice per year.

The award is highly competitive and is selected by the Ph.D. committee at the Eccles School based on candidates’ scholastic achievements, motivation, and research agenda. Applicants to the Ph.D. program with an emphasis in Finance are automatically considered for this award. Apply at Eccles.link/apply-phd.

The Ph.D. program at the David Eccles School of Business prepares students for faculty positions at leading research universities. The program offers five specializations — accounting, finance, information systems, management, and marketing. Our collaborative and supportive learning environment offers a low faculty-to-student ratio with professors who are committed to moving your career forward. Students develop the vision and expertise necessary to conduct cutting-edge research and launch their careers. Learn more at Eccles.link/phd.

The Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis provides transformational, interdisciplinary opportunities for students in fields related to economics. The institute produces research focused in the areas of labor and human resources, taxes and public economics, voting, housing, education, political economics and theory, and more. Learn more at Eccles.link/marriner.

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