Jinmahn Jo and Daniel Mazzone Receive Provost’s First-Year Fellowship
Nov. 3, 2017
Jinmahn Jo and Daniel Mazzone, both new members of the ARE PhD program, are the recipients of the 2017-18 Provost’s First-Year Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Jinmahn is from Incheon, South Korea, and received his undergraduate degree from Seoul National University. Before coming to UC Davis, Jinmahn worked for a Korean engineering company for several years, participating in several oil and gas projects in the Middle East and Africa. Jinmahn’s experiences in the energy industry lead him to the ARE PhD program to study environmental economics with a focus on energy.
Daniel Mazzone, from Severna Park, Maryland, received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Towson University and his master’s in economics from San Diego State University. His areas of interest are energy policy and economic development. Daniel’s Provost Fellowship is particularly helpful while he focuses on his first year coursework of microeconomics, econometrics, and applied microeconomics. After graduating, Daniel would like to do research focusing on energy/development public policy either in academia, an organization such as the World Bank, or in the public sector.
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