Baker-Friedman Prize

The coveted Baker-Friedman prize is named after two of the most famous economists of the 20th century. The Prize is awarded to the top student in Managerial Economics 3010. Past winners include:

Lucia Olivera
Lucia Olivera, Spring 2002

Jake Miller
Jake Miller, Spring 2003

Bryan Smith and Grant Smith
Bryan Smith and Grant Smith, Spring 2004

Jonathan Wood
Jonathan Wood, Spring 2008

Melissa Johnson
The amazing, fantastic Miss Melissa Johnson. Brilliant economist, exceptional gymnast, and Baker-Friedman prize winner Fall 2009.

Daniel Johnson
Fall 2010 section 02. Daniel Johnson, who is very proud of his B-F prize. Mr. Johnson looks forward to a promising career as an economist.

Scott Barney
Fall 2011 3010-02. Scott Barney, a gentleman and a scholar

Brittany Mason
Fall 2013 winner Ms. Brittany Mason. Ms. Mason was the best student for the entire semester and is a top-notch scholar.

Mike Higbee
Mike Higbee, Spring 2003

Jaron Brown
Jaron Brown, Fall 2004

Jonada Munk
Jonada Munk, the greatest Albanian economist ever. Fall 2008.

Jaron Brown
Jaron Brown, Fall 2004

Alex Frost
The intellectually gifted Alex Frost (Alex is the one on the left). Alex was also the top graduating senior in Finance from the SUU School of Business. Spring 2010.

Sydnee Visser
Spring 2011 winner Sydnee Visser. Ms. Visser is trying to explain optimal reaction functions to a confused Professor Baker. Ms. Visser spent the semester wrecking the curve for the class.

Charles Walker
Fall 2012 section 02: Charles Walker. Mr. Walker has one of the highest averages I have ever had in class. He is truly a worthy recipient of the Baker-Friedman prize in economics.

Gloria Pittel
Gloria Pittel, Fall 2002

Cody Brinkerhoff
Cody Brinkerhoff, Fall 2003

Lubor Olsovsky and Jeff Garduno
Lubor Olsovsky and Jeff Garduno, Spring 2005

Brian Smith
Brian Smith. Brilliant performance in 3010-01. Fall 2008.

Aubrey Peacock and Nate Nevins
Fall 2010 section 01. A tie!! Aubrey Peacock and Nate Nevins; both excellent students.

Vance Matheson (left) and Kirk Friedel
Fall 2011 3010-01. A tie between two great economists, Vance Matheson (left) and Kirk Friedel.

Charles Walker
Fall 2012 section 02: Charles Walker. Mr. Walker has one of the highest averages I have ever had in class. He is truly a worthy recipient of the Baker-Friedman prize in economics.