Manasi Deshpande One of Six UChicago Faculty Named 2023 Sloan Fellows
Promising early-career scholars in economics, physics, and computer science honored
Six University of Chicago researchers have earned prestigious Sloan Research Fellowships, which recognize early-career scholars’ potential to make substantial contributions to their fields.
This year’s UChicago winners range from an astrophysicist studying the extreme conditions in space to an economist researching the effects of social insurance and public assistance programs to a computer scientist working on human-centered AI and natural language processing.
Awarded since 1955 to the brightest young scientists across the United States and Canada, the two-year Sloan Fellowships are one of the most competitive and prestigious awards available to early-career researchers. This year’s winners, announced Feb. 15, will receive two-year fellowships in the amount of $75,000 to further their innovative research.
To see the full list of 2023 Sloan Fellows from UChicago, read the full article on the UChicago News site here.
Manasi Deshpande is an assistant professor of economics at the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics.
Her research areas are empirical public finance and labor economics, with a focus on the effects of social insurance and public assistance programs and their interaction with labor markets.