Scott E. Page, Ph.D.
Leonid Hurwicz Collegiate Professor of Political Science, Complex Systems,and Economics, University of MichiganExternal Faculty Member, Santa Fe Institute
rofessor Scott E. Page received a B.A.in Mathematics from the University of Michigan and an M.A. in Mathematics fromthe University of Wisconsin–Madison. He thenreceived his M.S. in Business and his Ph.D. inManagerial Economics and Decision Sciences from the J. L. Kellogg Schoolof Management at Northwestern University. He completed his Ph.D. thesisunder the guidance of Stan Reiter and Nobel Laureate Roger Myerson. Hehas been a Professor of Economics at the Caltech and the University of Iowaand is currently Leonid Hurwicz Collegiate Professor of Political Science,Complex Systems, and Economics at the University of Michigan as well asa senior research scientist at the Institute for Social Research, a senior fellowin the Michigan Society of Fellows, and associate director of the Center for the Study of Complex Systems.While a graduate student, Professor Page began visiting the Santa Fe Institute(SFI), an interdisciplinary think tank devoted to the study of complexity. Hehas been actively involved at SFI for more than 15 years. Currently, Professor Page serves as an external faculty member of SFI. For a dozen years, he,along with John Miller, has run a summer workshop for graduate students oncomputational modeling.A popular advisor and instructor, Professor Page has won outstandingteaching assistant awards at the University of Wisconsin and NorthwesternUniversity, the Faculty Teaching Award at Caltech, and the FacultyAchievement Award for outstanding research, teaching, and service at theUniversity of Michigan.