Master’s Students Win CSULB Research Competition
Nicholas Jenkins and Cesar Servin, graduate students in the Master of Arts in Economics program, won first place and second place, respectively at the CSULB Student Research Competition on Friday, February 17. Nick presented his research on “Becoming an Entrepreneur: The Role of Employment History and Risk”, an independent project that he’s working on with Professor Chen Ng as his faculty mentor and for which he received CSULB’s Graduate Research Fellowship. Meanwhile, Cesar Servin presented his independent research paper, “Racial Bias under the Veil of Darkness for Speeding”, which was written for his Transportation Economics seminar. Congratulations to Nick and Cesar!