CAE Grants Award History

Each year the Society of Actuaries (SOA) sponsors an education and research grant competition for universities that have attained the Centers of Actuarial Excellence (CAE) designation. Not only do the grants serve as a benefit for CAE schools, the grants are a way for the SOA to work with these schools to further the development of actuarial research and intellectual capital.

Since the CAE Grant program’s inception in 2010, the SOA has awarded the following grants:

CAE Grant Award History

Year  

Proposal Title/School

School

Grant Type

2010  

Improving the Risk Models of Financial Institutions Risk Index

Georgia State University

Research


Technology Enhanced Learning in Actuarial Science Classes.

Online study resources for exams P, FM, MFE, MLC and C.

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Education

2011 Multi-faceted Study of Risk Management for Insurance University of Iowa

Research

  Integrated Risk Management in a Changing World with Applications to Insurance Enterprises University of Waterloo

Research

2012 Industry Partnership Program at University of Michigan University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

Education

  Actuarial and Econometric Analyses of Systemic Risk in the Insurance Industry Temple University

Research

2013 Actuarial Study of Dependent Risks: Analysis and Applications Hong Kong University

Research


An Undergraduate Research Program in Risk and Actuarial Science University of Illinois-Champaign

Education

2014 Expanding Annuity Markets: A Solution to the Problem of Longevity Risk University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Research


New Trends in Longevity

Georgia State University

Research


Insurance Analytics From Data Analysis to Decision Making

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Research

2015  Project-Based Research Training in Actuarial Science  University of California-Santa Barbara 

Education

 
  New Approaches to Agricultural Risk Management Modeling: Development of Index-Based Insurance University of Manitoba  

Research

 
2016  

Longevity Risk: Actuarial and Predictive Models, Retirement Product Innovation, and Risk Management Strategies  

University of New South Wales – Australia

Research


Applying Data Mining Techniques in Actuarial Science

University of Connecticut

Research


The Badge in Insurance Business Knowledge Project

Illinois State University

Education

2017  Modeling, Measuring, and Managing Catastrophe Risks                                                   University of Iowa                        Research
  Maintaining  Financial Stability in an Era of Changing Climate and Demographics       University of Waterloo    Research