(B.S. in Economics and B.A. in Religion, 2013) is pursuing a Master's degree in Economics at the University of Montana.
(B.A., B.S., BBA, Mathematics, Economics, Finance, 2013) works as an analyst at Goldman Sachs.
(B.S. in Finance and Economics, 2012) is pursuing a PhD in economics at the Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business.
(B.S. in Economics, 2012) works as an analyst at C-III Asset Management LLC.
(B.A. in International Economics, 2011) is pursuing a Master's degree at the University of Califronia at Berkeley.
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(B.S. in Economics, 2010) received a Master's degree in accounting from the College of William and Mary and is staff accountant at the Carlyle Group.
(B.S. in Economics and Political Science, 2010) works as financial analyst at ExxonMobil in Dallas.
(B.A. in International Economics, 2009) works as analyst in the corporate banking division of Scotiabank in Peru.
(B.A. in International Economics and Political Science, 2008) received a Master’s degree in Quantitative Economics and Finance from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and works at Goldman Sachs.
(B.S. in Economics, 2007) works as a senior research analyst at McKinsey.
(B.A. in International Economics and Sociology, 2007) worked at the Grameen Foundation and later obtained a Master's degree in international political economy from the London School of Economics. After graduation, she was employed by the Inter-American Development Bank in her native Guatemala. She died under tragic circumstances in 2010. (read a tribute written by Dr. Garnett
(B.S. in Economics, 2007) received a PhD in economics from Louisiana State University and is currently an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
(B.S. in Economics and Religion, 2002) received a PhD in religious ethics from the University of Chicago and is currently an assistant professor of religion and philosophy at High Point University.
(B.S. in Economics, 1998) received a PhD in economics from Rutgers University and is currently an associate professor at Georgia Institute of Technology.
(B.S. in Economics, 1997) served as the U.S. Representative for Oklahoma's second congressional district from 2005 to 2013 and is currently president of corporate development with the Chickasaw Nation.
(B.A. in Economics and Political Science, 1994) received a Master's degree from George Washington University and now works as the Asian Deputy Director at the Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C.
(M.A. in Economics, 1987) is Chief Economist at BNSF Railway.
(B.A. in Economics, 1964) is research professor of economics at University of Tennessee at Knoxville and senior fellow at the Howard Baker Center for Public Policy.
(B.S. in Economics, 1926; M.A. in Economics, 1928) worked as assistant professor at TCU (1930-33) and later held appointments as professor at numerous institutions of higher learning, including Texas A&M University, University of Tulsa, McNeese State University, University of Dallas, and Baylor University. He died in 1975.