Sixteen New Fellows Join Economics Management Fellows Program

First-year students will enjoy special classes, seminars, networking, and study-travel opportunities

The 2010-2011 Economics Management Fellows gather for their first group portrait. Photo by John Holliger

Ohio Wesleyan’s latest—and largest—crop of Economics Management Fellows (EMF) exhibits a real excitement about meeting one another and the economics faculty, and getting as much as they can out of the EMF experience.

They have come to OWU from as far away as Vietnam and India, and also from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Illinois, New York, and Maryland.

EMFs and their parents were welcomed by faculty, alumni, and other students at a luncheon during Orientation week—and now they’re ready to get down to the business of economics.

The Fellows are a diverse group—athletes, entrepreneurs, a former OWjL camper, and a future judge, among others.

Some have clearly defined career paths, while others hope to discern a direction by being part of the program.

New Fellows include Stephanie Martineau, Karn Singh, Cody Reinsel, Leah Rachel Hively, Priyanka Venkataraman, Amber Callen-Ward, Sriharsha Masabathula, Rachel Tallmadge, Liz Parker, Chris Litzler, Annie O’Brien, Alyssa Ferrando, Austin Viny, Vince Donofrio, Jay Certo, and Nam Nguyen.

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