Posted on November 20, 2013
Bayer's wiki, Div.E.Q., suggests simple ways that professors can make the economics field more welcoming to women and minority students.
Posted on October 19, 2013
Chang-Tai Hsieh '91discusses the controversy surrounding the sources of China's economic growth.
by Mark Anskis | Posted on October 9, 2013
Magenheim argues that improved health care will lead to increased productivity among the American workforce but that it will not solve all healthcare related issues.
by Carol Brévart-Demm | Posted on October 3, 2013
UNESCO delegate Duong Tran '15 helps Vietnamese youth to make a positive impact in society.
by Sera Jeong '14 | Posted on June 24, 2013
Finegold '13 is one of six Lang Scholars who shared their experiences with the community during a talk, Creative Solutions to Social Problems.
Posted on May 16, 2013
The website, Joy & Revelry, will help interior decorators capitalize on their skills and social media influence.
by Celina De Léon | Posted on February 21, 2013
Addy (left), Cary, and Zoellick will join approximately 350 undergraduates in receiving degrees at the ceremony this June, the College's 141st.
Posted on February 20, 2013
Faculty lectures, questions and discussions on climage change and divestment.
Posted on February 19, 2013
Roberton Williams, Senior Fellow at the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center, lectures on our countries dysfunctional tax system.
by Mark Anskis | Posted on December 5, 2012
Maxted is the eighth Academic All-American Division III first team selection in College history and the men's soccer team's first All-American goalkeeper since Roger Pott '51.
by Mariam Zakhary '13 | Posted on November 29, 2012
Serge Seiden '85 (right) is one of several alumni who have spoken on campus this semester to share insights about a wide variety of career paths.
Posted on November 26, 2012
Awuah, founder and president of Ashesi University in Ghana, is providing a new kind of college experience for young African leaders.
Carolyn Moxley Rouse '87: Why I Believe in Death Panels and Other Imperfect Roads to Health Care Justice
Posted on October 16, 2012
Medical anthropologist Carolyn Moxley Rouse '87 discusses the experience of an African American family she followed in the 1990s. Rouse explores the question: Given what we know about racial health disparities, did the actions of the hospital constitute health care justice?
Erin Todd Bronchetti: Impacts of Public Insurance on Health Outcomes for Children in Immigrant Families
Posted on October 3, 2012
Assistant Professor of Economics Erin Todd Bronchetti discusses the impact of health insurance eligibility on the children of immigrant families.
Posted on September 10, 2012
While the switch may hold appeal for those concerned over the economy, Caskey says the estimated savings are too small to have any real impact on the deficit in the long term.