Luke Ciminillo Delamotte
My name is Luke Ciminillo Delamotte. I am in my second year and I am double majoring in Economics and City & Regional Planning. What I like most about the field of Economics is how it can be applied to just about any other field. A quote that really speaks to me comes from one of history's greatest philosophers, Calvin, as in the Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes. He says “There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want.” and I cannot think of a truer statement.
Mera is a 4th year Economics and Russian double major with a minor in Consumer and Family Financial Services. She values Economics because of the way it answers so many questions about the world around us, especially concerning the nuanced ways communities often flourish or struggle depending on the resources accessible to them.
My name is Qianyue Ding, and I go by Christa. I am a fourth-year actuarial science major with economics and insurance minors. I enjoy microeconomics, especially game theory. A personal philosophy that I like to live by is to have an economic way of thinking because life is all about making the best decisions based on currently available information.
Hi, my name is Brandon Frye and I am a third year studying economics and public policy analysis. While I came into OSU studying health sciences, I found that my passion lied within economic policy. With that said, I find the most interesting fields to be macroeconomics and political economics. After I graduate, I plan on obtaining a doctorate in economics and work within the public sector to develop economic policy.
My name is Will Haynes and I am from Toledo. I am a second year majoring in economics and mathematics with a minor in philosophy. I am studying economics because the applications and theories in this field can be seen in our everyday lives and impact all of our decisions. Economics research and legislation has tremendous influence thoughout the world and I love learning about its various implications. A quote that I like to live by is "The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today." -FDR
My name is Madeline Miller and I am currently a junior double-majoring in economics and finance with a data analytics minor. I was initially drawn to the field of economics for its ability to develop strategic thinking and focus on optimization of outcomes, but I have most enjoyed further exploring experimental/ behavioral economics along the way. Another area of interest for me has always been the history of economic development, especially on the global scale. One of my favorite quotes that I try to live by both in school and life is from the late American educator Marva Collins, who put it best when she said “success doesn’t come to you, you go to it”.
My name is Jake Roberts, and I am currently a junior with a double major in Economics and Statistics. I find economics a fascinating subject because it lives in everything we do. I was new to the topic coming into college, but I was instantly amazed at its ability to analyze infinite decisions and interactions to provide clear answers about our world. Economics definitely keeps me curious about the world around us, and I plan to continue studying it beyond my college career. I like to tell myself to "just go for it" whenever I am in doubt about any decision because it gives me peace of mind knowing that I will never wonder what could have been.
My name is Josh Rockich and I am from Cleveland. I am a third year finance and economics double major with a real estate minor. I have been interested in economics since I first took it in high school. I love how many different appilications the basic principles can have. I also love when you come across a counterintuitive answer on the surface but after applying xyz thought process it makes sense and sticks with you. A quote that I like is by Alexander the Great and it says "I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well."
Hey econ students! My name is Austin Samhric and I am excited to tutor you this semester. I am a dual-degree senior studying finance and (you guessed it) economics. My favorite part about economics is that understanding its theories can help us all to maximize the utility we obtain as consumers and laborers, i.e. choosing the options that will bring us the most benefit in the long-run. My favorite economic quote is "there ain't no such thing as a free lunch." This is to say, you can only get something for nothing if you have previously gotten nothing for something. In other words, even a "free" lunch is not truly free.
My name is Anukriti Tayal and I am a fourth-year student double majoring in Economics and English. I love that economics is such a vast field of study, and that it affects everything around us from our global markets and systems to the individual choices we make! Finally, I try to live by Roald Dahl's words: "Lukewarm is no good...white-hot and passionate is the only thing to be."
Hey everyone! I'm Greta Warmbier and I'm a 2nd year Eminence Fellow here at OSU. I major in Economics, minor in Spanish, and plan on taking part in the Capital Program through the Fisher College of Business. I like Economics because it helps me think and act strategically. Remember: there is no such thing as a free lunch.
I am Gretchen Webb, and I am a sophomore double majoring in actuarial science and economics. I became interested in economics after taking a class my first semester and fell in love with the practicality and applications that economics has in the world around us. When I am studying for a class, I often remind myself that hard work pays off.
Brandon Wong is a 4th year Economics Major, with Math & Stats minors. He loves economics because, like natural sciences, it studies the cause and effect of interactions in the world around us all. He has always felt close to economics content. It is a wonderful cross between math, psychology, business, and the economic way of thought can be extended to all of life. "Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other" - JFK.