American Economic Association Summer Program at UNM

American Economic Association Summer Program at UNM Program designed to help talented undergraduate students learn skills and conduct research in econom It is more than a one-time, six-week experience.

The AEA Summer Training and Minority Fellowship Program is structured to strengthen students’ math skills, foster an understanding of micro- and -macro economic principles, and explore the many research and career opportunities available to economics scholars. While the program is meant to be supportive, it emphasizes the rigorous and competitive environment of modern economics doctoral programs.

It is ideal for students coming from less competitive institutions, those who have little research experience and those who have insufficient mathematics to successfully study economics. Individual assessments will be made during orientation which will provide each student with a personal study plan. The training program provides courses in economic theory, mathematics and econometrics, and research seminars to acquaint students with key economic concepts and issues. Students form supportive teams and create a network of future professional contacts. Faculty and AEA leaders engage with students in a mentorship role. They often provide letters of recommendation, contact schools on behalf of prospective students, review application statements and advise on research topics. Their support often endures for many years beyond the program.

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