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  • ECON 3 - New Offering for Math requirement

    Currently in MATH 1 and interested in Economics? ECON 3 is a new alternative to MATH 3! This course covers many of the same basic calculus topics as Math 3, but with the focus on developing an understanding of the mathematical structure of economics, since having mathematical skill is essential to the study of economics.

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  • Sunint Bindra '23 SVIC Finalist

    His project, Develop for Good, is an intercollegiate 501(c)3 non-profit organization that pairs, trains, and supports student volunteers as they develop technical product solutions for non-profits.

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  • Job Opportunities for '22s

    Many institutions are accepting applications now from soon-to-be graduates. Listing can be found right here on our website.

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  • Beata Javorcik - Distinguished Lecture in Globalization

    The 2021 Distinguished Lecture on Globalization will be given by Beata Javorcik, Chief Economist of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and moderated by Douglas A. Irwin, John French Professor of Economics at Dartmouth. November 2nd, 12:15 - 1:30pm

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  • DERS -Applying to Grad School

    Are you interested in learning more about graduate school in economics? Join the Dartmouth Economics Research Scholars' presentation and panel discussion next Tuesday from 6-7pm to hear more from professors and current PhD students.

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  • A Conversation with Byron Boston '81

    Monday, Sept. 26, 6:30pm, Carson L01 Once a football player at Dartmouth, he will be speaking about his time at Dartmouth, his career, and his experience as a minority in economics.

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