Sadie T.M. Alexander, Speeches of Civil Rights Activist Whose Economics Career Was Thwarted by Discrimination to Be Published on the 100th Anniversary of Her Doctorate
Diversity and Inclusion
The Economics Department has created a Diversity and Inclusion Agenda to start the joint effort of students and faculty to work toward a more welcoming and accessible economics department for BIPOC students, FGLI students and women.
The voices of students will be critical in shaping the path we take forward. Leadership will be provided by student liaisons Elle James '23 and Kartik Agarwal '23, who are collaborating with other constituents of the economics department, including Womxn in Economics and the Economics Club. Professors Anne Preston and Richard Ball are serving as faculty liaisons.
Share Your Views
Our anonymous form allows you to share your views on diversity, equity and inclusion in the economics department. We welcome anything you wish to express about your experiences as an economics student.
The National Economic Association is delighted to continue our webinar series celebrating 100 Years of African American Economists with a talk featuring Professor Michelle Holder, John Jay College. Professor Holder will discuss her research on Black Women’s “Double Gap” in Wages in the U.S. Labor...
1 p.m. ET on Wednesday April 7, 2021: Federal Reserve Board, Federal Reserve Education (FRE), and The Sadie Collective will welcome students nationwide via webcast to discuss career opportunities and diversity in economics and to learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.
Hunter College and African School of Economics are jointly offering a Master’s Degree aimed at training and mentoring talented Black and other minority students for acceptance and success in America’s prestigious PhD programs in Economics and Public Policy. The Hunter and African School Program to...
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