The Ronald and Maxine Linde Institute of Economic and Management Sciences sponsors graduate fellowships in its three areas of research concentration: finance; entrepreneurship; and economics and computer science. Faculty can recommend candidates for fellowships lasting up to two-quarters, which are then considered by The Linde Institute faculty board in making awards.
The Linde Institute granted its first fellowships in 2014 to two Caltech social science Ph.D. candidates, Myungkoo Song and Khai Xiang Chiong. Song was a third-year student with research interests in computer science-social science, and Chiong was in his fifth year concentrating in finance. Read more about these Linde Institute Fellows here.
The Linde Institute also has encouraged graduate students working in its areas of concentration through targeted awards for research projects as well as teaching assistantships for courses in the Business, Economics, and Management (BEM) undergraduate option.