Economics Undergraduate Board Application is now begin!
To apply, please fill out the following application. Staple the application together and turn it in, along with a current resumé, to Savery 305 (EUB mailbox) or by email to email@example.com by Friday, May 8th. There will be a series of short interviews the following week from the 11th to 15th. Accepted applicants will be notified shortly after.
The Economics Undergraduate Board (EUB) is recruiting for the 2014-15 school year! The EUB serves as a liaison between the undergraduate student body and the Economics Department faculty, staff, and alumni. We are currently seeking Economics majors who plan to graduate no earlier than Spring 2015 who would be interested in being a part of the Board.
To apply, please fill out the following application. Staple the application together and turn it in, along with a current resumé, to Savery 305 (EUB mailbox) or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 31st. There will be a series of short interviews during the week of April 7th~11th. Accepted applicants will be notified the following week.
Application link: EUB-2014-Application
First off, we want to extend a warm welcome to the newly admitted Economics majors! We are happy to have you in the department, and the EUB will be here to serve your needs.
Next, the EUB will be hosting several events in the next few weeks:
- Tonight, November 12th, will be our quarterly Class Seminar from 5:30-6:30 in SAV 168. The members of the EUB, who have cumulatively taken almost every ECON course, will be on hand to answer questions about registration, and specific classes and our favorite professors. This is a great resource if you’re curious about the material that is taught in various classes or want recommendations about which classes to sign up for.
- All students are welcome to our Career Seminar, which will be Wednesday, November 20th at 5:30 in Parrington 308. Come hear from four UW Econ alumni about their academic and professional experiences, and learn about what you can do with an economics degree. See the flyer below for more details.
- Keep a look out for other upcoming events including the Paul Heyne Seminar and the release of the fall quarter Economizer!
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The Department also offers English Language Learner (ELL) tutoring for students who need assistance understanding course material or writing papers and other written assignments. The ELL tutoring schedule can be viewed here.
Our members’ page has been update! Check it out to learn more about us! -Includes pictures and bios.
Please join us for the memorial Paul Heyne lecture hosted by the Economics Undergraduate Board (EUB). Professor Stephen Turnovsky will present “The Profound Impact of Phillips Curve: Stabilization Theory and Policy.”
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Savery Hall 136
The Phillips curve is one of the most important works in macroeconomics. How does Bill Phillips’ theory, developed 60 years ago, guide fiscal and monetary policy-making today? What are the challenges? Come join this seminar for an accessible glimpse in the rigorous analysis of macroeconomic theory and its implication on policy-making.
Professor Turnovsky holds the Castor Chair of Economics. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1968. He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society, is a former Editor of the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, and remains on that Journal’s Advisory Board. Currently he serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Macroeconomic Dynamics, where he also serves as Special Issues Editor, the Journal of Public Economic Theory, and the Journal of Human Capital, as well as being on the Editorial and Advisory Boards of a number of other journals. He is a past President of the Society of Economic Dynamics and Control and of the Society for Computational Economics.
Refreshments will be served at this event. Hope to see you there!
Need a break from studies? The EUB is showing the movie “Too Big to Fail” on 16th Nov (Wed) at Savery 130 from 5:30 – 7:20pm. Pizza will be provided! Feel free to bring your friends and network with your fellow econ buddies!
As you all are aware, registration period for Winter Quarter is approaching and as usual the Economics Department is offering a wide array of courses. Now, one could certainly ask how do you choose which class to register? What exactly is taught in Econ 400 or 401? Should I take ECON 482 before 483?
Come and listen to what the EUB members, many of whom have taken nearly every ECON courses at UW, have to say about their favorite ECON courses!
As an incentive to come, pizza will be provided!
Location: SAVERY 166
Time and Date: 6-7pm and Nov. 2nd
See you there!