This team’s dedication and success as well as that of their professors is a great example of the experiential learning and meaningful mentorship that is the hallmark of the Pace Path. — President Marvin Krislov, Pace University
NEW YORK (PRWEB)
December 01, 2017
Pace University today won the 14th annual national College Federal Reserve Challenge, marking the third time in four years that Pace has won the prestigious competition that tests students’ understanding of the U.S. economy, monetary policymaking and the role of the Federal Reserve System.
The finals were held in Washington D.C. as the capstone to five district competitions held around the country. Undergraduate teams from across the country first competed in their local Reserve Bank Districts, and top teams moved on to the finals. Last month, the Pace University team won New York’s regional competition. The Pace team faced competition at the national level from Harvard University, Princeton University, University of Virginia-Old Dominion, and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
“I am deeply proud of the Pace University team,” said Pace University President Marvin Krislov. “This team’s dedication and success as well as that of their professors is a great example of the experiential learning and meaningful mentorship that is the hallmark of the Pace Path. The team members are exemplary students and their drive and determination has paid off with this great victory.”
All seven members of this year’s Pace team are Economics/Business Economics students in Pace’s Dyson College of Arts and Sciences. The team members are Klejdja Qosjdja, Marina Testani, Salil Ahuja, Carly Aznavorian, Scarlett Bekus, Aleksandra Bruno, and Argenys Morban; Professors Greg Colman and Mark Weinstock served as the team’s advisors. The Economics Department, guided by Joseph Morreale and the Deputy Chair, Anna Shostya, provided enormous support to the team throughout their journey to the finals.
Participating teams analyze economic and financial conditions and formulate a monetary policy recommendation, modeled on the work of the Federal Open Market Committee. Teams competing in the finals gave presentations and answered questions for a panel of senior…