Paul Samuelson Enterprise Award for Community Leaders
This distinguished award honors community leaders who have demonstrated
outstanding commitment to economic education in their community. The award
is given in honor of Paul Samuelson, a native of Gary, Indiana, who founded
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's graduate department of economics.
Dr. Samuelson was the first American to receive the Nobel Prize in Economics.
The specific judging criteria are:
- Personal involvement with economic education programs
- Leadership in obtaining commitments to economic education from the
public and/or private sector.
The Paul Samuelson winner will be honored at the ICEE's Annual Awards
Program in the fall. Nominations should be received in ICEE office by
Nomination Form (PDF