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Deadline to apply: February 14, 2014

The Department of Economics and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy at the University of New Mexico is now accepting applications for the 2014 American Economic Association (AEA) Summer Training and Minority Fellowship Program!

The AEA Summer Training Program is an intensive six-week curriculum that was designed to help talented undergraduate students learn skills and conduct research in economics in preparation for studies at the doctoral level. The program will be held June 16, 2014 – July 27, 2014.

The AEA Summer Training Program is open to all qualified students, regardless of race, ethnicity, or gender. Primary consideration for acceptance into this program will be given to students who will begin their Junior or Senior year in Fall 2014 and plan on pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics.

The Minority Fellowships allow students to attend the program at no cost. This fellowship is open to qualified U.S. citizens and permanent residents, with a preference for those who are members of historically disadvantaged racial or ethnic minority groups and who advance the diversity of the economics profession.

For details, and to apply, visit our website at: You can also email [email protected] or call 505-277-1448 if you have questions!

FALL DEADLINES: The deadline for a spring 2015 chapter projects grant is October 31. 2014.

NEW GRANT OPPORTUNITY: The ACHS (Association of College Honor Societies) has announced a new grant program. ODE chapter advisors are eligible to apply for a grant under the Adviser Grant Program. The goal of this grant program is to encourage the development of Honors Councils of university registered honor society chapters at educational institutions for the purpose of developing university-wide collaboration on co-curriculum high impact practices, functional organizational activities (organizational business and meetings), and support for honor society advisers and officers. Four $1000 grants are available for pilot projects to achieve these objectives. For more information, go to

Omicron Delta Epsilon is proud to be a member of ACHS