Tuesday 21 February 2017 at 5 p.m. in Kirby B02 Dr. Baade is the A.B. Dick Professor of Economics and Business at Lake Forest College, Illinois. Dr. Baade has spent 30 years doing economic impact studies for everything from commercial sport and mega events and political conventions. He will recount his experiences and debunk the misinformation…
“What are the ECN major requirements?” How does pre-registration work?” “Can I study abroad?” “What future options do I have with an ECN major?” Come along to Kirby B02 (basement of Kirby Hall) on Wednesday 1 February at 5 p.m. and Dr. Griffith will answer these and other questions you may have.
Brandon Hawkins (’18) is a double major in Economics and Philosophy. Her interest in social justice issues motivated her to study economics. She figured that a solid foundation in the field would give her the tools to excel at an NGO or government organization where she could work to promote greater social justice. Taking Econometrics…
Rachel Molitor (’18) is a double major in Economics and Biology. She knew she wanted to pursue economics at Wake after having too much fun studying for AP Macro and Micro in high school. Even though she is a premedical student, she continues to enjoy her economics classes most of all, inspired by the freakonomics…
Thomas Poston (’18) is a double major in Economics and Politics & International Affairs with a minor in Environmental Studies. He chose to study Economics to improve his understanding of and ability to make smart and effective policy – particularly energy and environmental policy, for which he has exceptional enthusiasm. He witnessed the importance of…
Jack Laughlin (Fall ’17) is an Economics major, German minor. After beginning Wake Forest as a pre-med student, he shifted his focus to economics after an impactful semester abroad in Vienna. Upon his return, Jack started the major with Dr. Whaples, whose teaching, character, and daily quizzes encouraged him to continue learning about global markets….
Shazia Siddiqui (’18) is a Mathematical Economics major with a minor in Psychology. She knew she wanted to pursue a degree in economics after seeing how the subject could explain the intricacies of the world in classes with Dr. Griffith and Dr. Flanagan, and studying math gave her a more concrete understanding of these ideas….
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