Center for Business & Economics Fellows

Center for Business & Economics FellowsCBE Fellows are a select group of motivated students that function as a leadership team to support CBE programming and act as student ambassadors. Activities are structured to enable students to include this position on their respective resumes as a valuable work experience.  To qualify for this position, students must have a keen interest in both business and economics, maintain a good academic standing, and regularly attend all CBE activities.  

New for 2020:  The CBE Fellows now have office hours to meet with students who have questions about the business and economics curriculum as well as CBE activities. Students should email each Fellow to set up a Google Meet.

Fellows on Campus Fellows Working Remotely
Rachel Tobler ’21
Economics major, Political Science &
Spanish double minor
Monday: 3-4 pm
Maya Ginter-Frankovitch ’22
Economics major, Psychology &
Computer Science double minor
Wednesday: 9-10 am
Kaylin Tang ’22
Business major, Global Health Studies minor
Thursday: 2-3 pm
Arigun Bayaraa ’22
Business major, Communication Arts minor
Monday: 11:10am -12:30pm
Wednesday: 1am-2am (For international remote students)
Alex Abadi ’21
Economics major, Computer Science minor
Friday: 1-2 pm

Google Meet Link for Alex

Noah Tart ’22
Economics major, Global Health Studies minor
Tuesday: 2:30-3:30 pm

  What kinds of activities are the CBE Fellows involved in?

  • Create content for program communications,
  • Promote CBE events to their peers,
  • Act as hosts for visitors and introduce guest speakers, 
  • Organize two events per academic year, notably the department’s Gator Day activity,
  • Provide student feedback  on a wide variety of subjects,
  • Mentor new and prospective students,
  • Network with alumni,
  • Support all Center for Business & Economics activities.

Why Become a Fellow?

“Being a CBE Fellow gave me the opportunity to expand upon my relationships in the department with professors and students, which made my four years at Quigley Hall much more meaningful. I also was able to improve my networking, public speaking, and event planning skills alongside the other fellows who made the experiences so enjoyable.” Emma Black ’20, 2nd year CBE Fellow

Who can apply?

CBE Fellow positions are reserved for rising juniors and seniors who are Business and Economics majors or minors. Contact Beth Ryan, Program Coordinator for more information.