Undergraduate students in Dr. Basu Roy’s ECO 165 (Principles of Microeconomics) class were given an optional bonus assignment to write an econ-themed poem. Although the assignment was not compulsory, several interesting entries were received. Students took it up as a
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Here’s a thought provoking essay by Matt Tabor of Education News explaining why every college student – not only business and economics majors – should take a Principles of Microeconomics course.
KALNINS SELECTED AS MAC SWIMMER OF THE WEEK FOR THIRD TIME Uvis Kalnins earns fifth weekly honor of career Uvis Kalnins Jan. 12, 2016MAC Release | Follow @MoStateSwim CLEVELAND – Missouri State senior Uvis Kalnins won both
Students in Dr. Basu Roy’s Principles of Macroeconomics classes got the opportunity to participate in this year’s Rockonomix national competition. Rockonomix is a group-based project where students are instructed to write new (economics theme based) lyrics to a popular song
I know, I know, classes just ended and you’re already wondering how you’ll get your economics fix this summer. No worries – the Suggested Summer Reading for Economics Students is now available! By the way, if you read something not on
Congratulations to Dr. Sharmistha Self, who was presented with an MSU Foundation Award for Excellence in Research at the 2015 MSU All-Faculty Recognition Reception. Foundation Awards are presented annually to full-time faculty members in recognition of excellence in the areas of
THE MSU ECONOMICS CLUB welcomes Dr. Angela Snyder Assistant Professor Dept. of Public Mgmt. and Policy Georgia State University Thursday, April 16th 3:30 PM- 4:30 PM Strong Hall 304 Dr. Snyder’s research interests involve child health
Missouri State University Economics major, Scott Berndt, is featured in the March 2015 Student Public Affairs Spotlight for the volunteer work he and his Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity brothers are doing with the Community Partnership of the Ozarks. Congratulations Scott!
A few weeks ago I posted about the Student Price Index developed by the Economics Club. Dr. C. Patrick Scott and three students from the Club – Renee Sanders, Connor Klein, and Kohl Juranas – were recently interviewed about the
Six students were selected for the 2014 Citizen Scholar Award based on their dedication to the Public Affairs Mission of Missouri State University through coursework, activities, and service-learning opportunities. One of this year’s winners is Jordan McGee, an Economics and Organizational