Nelson, James C. Fellowship in Transportation Economics | CAHNRS Alumni & Development | Washington State University

Nelson, James C. Fellowship in Transportation Economics

In 1992 a campaign to create a fellowship honoring James C. Nelson was started.  Nelson was a long-time educator and author in the field of transportation economics and regulations.  James Christian Nelson, son to James C. Nelson, and his wife, Carole Nelson, were instrumental in establishing this Fellowship in honor of his father.

Award Requirements

The income of this endowment will be used to attract exceptional graduate students with a demonstrated interest in microeconomics. Nelson Fellows will be expected to actively conduct research on transportation economics issues.

How To Apply

Roughly $700,000 in total awards to hundreds of students annually


 

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