Giulia Crovini receives 2022 Pamela Yoon Award in Economics

February 28, 2022

Congratulations to Giulia Crovini who has been awarded the 2022 Pamela Yoon Award in Economics

Founded by SFU Economics alumnus Pamela Yoon, the award (valued at $1,000) is granted at least two times annually to full-time undergraduate students who have demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in finance after graduation. 

Giulia Crovini


I joined SFU in September 2019 after finishing high school in Italy, and I am about to complete my third year in the program of Economics. I decided to pursue this major because I am a very curious person and felt like Economics could help me gain a better understanding of what drives people’s behavior given the circumstances and constraints they face.

After enrolling in many different economics classes, from microeconomics and macroeconomics to economic development, I developed a strong interest for the field of finance. In particular, I have been fascinated by the theory behind exchange rate determination and the impact it can have on a country’s international trade policies.

After my graduation, I plan to pursue a career in the field of internal auditing; for now, I have recently accepted a Co-op position at a Vancouver-based cyber security company and hope to gain skills to grow personally and professionally.