In 2012, department head Stu Allen was inspired to develop materials incoming MA students could use to brush up on their calculus and mathematical economics. Stu knew that not all economics departments offer a course in math econ, so he
The Economics Department is increasing its web presence, and we’ve begun advertising the MA in Applied Economics program online in such venues as Facebook, LinkedIn, and a variety of university newspapers. We want to keep our advertising content fresh and
According to an email circulated by Dean McRae C. Banks, Al Link, member of the graduate faculty in the Economics Department, has been awarded the Virginia Batte Phillips Distinguished Professorship. Dean Banks goes on to say: It is my pleasure
In April 2014, the Graduate Program Committee of the Economics Department proposed a number of curricular changes to the MA in Applied Economics program. The modifications include: Introducing two new concentrations, Data Analytics and Policy Analysis, each with its own
Students majoring in economics at UNCG will be encouraged to consider “five years, two degrees, one great career” when they get advised for Fall 2014. That’s the slogan of the new Accelerated Degree Program (ADP) in Economics. Under the ADP,
Dave Ribar’s ongoing research on food security was one of the main articles featured on the UNCG website this month. Read it here.