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Cliff Lloyd Memorial Award

The Cliff Lloyd Memorial Award recognizes the graduating economics honours student with the highest cumulative grade point average (CGPA).

2018 winner

Sean Lee

Sean Lee graduated with an honours bachelor's degree in economics and a certificate in philosophy. During his time at SFU, he worked as a research assistant at the department and volunteered for numerous positions in the university. Economics had fundamentally changed his perception towards the social sciences as he learnt how to construct economic models to explain real-world phenomena. Upon graduation, Sean was hired by a local investment management firm to develop as a professional in the industry. His ultimate career objective is to help clients to achieve their goals by maximizing the returns on their investments. He wants to thank all the professors at the department for all the hard work they have put into enlightening students, with special thanks to Professor Steeve Mongrain and Professor David Jacks.

Past winners

2017: Camila Cordoba Cardenas, Investment Banking Intern, Banca de Inversion Bancolombia

2016: Andreas Qvale Hovland, Analyst, Accenture

2015: Caleb Kwon, PhD student, Harvard University

2014: Dave MacDonald

2013: Erik Drysdale, Data Scientist, SickKids Foundation (Goldenberg Lab)

2012: Justin Wiltshire, PhD student and Graduate Student Researcher, University of California, Davis

2010: Sam Norris, Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

2010: Hilary Furness

2009: Saravie Brewer, Project and Process Improvement Manager, Supply Chain at Arc'teryx Equipment

2008: Jedrzej Zieleniak