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Gamma Phi Circus 2019- Call for Volunteers!

Start:
Friday, March 22nd
8:00 am
End:
Wednesday, April 3rd
11:30 pm

Registration Deadline: 3/29/19: Professional Development Dinner

Start:
Wednesday, March 20th
5:00 pm
End:
Friday, March 29th
11:30 pm

Registration Deadline 3/29/19: Women in Leadership Conference

Start:
Wednesday, March 20th
8:30 am
End:
Friday, March 29th
11:30 pm

Gamma Phi Circus Summer Camp Registration Opens 3/1/19

Start:
Friday, March 1st
8:00 am
End:
Monday, July 1st
5:00 pm

Gamma Phi Circus Spring Show Tickets ON SALE NOW

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Friday, March 1st
8:00 am
End:
Saturday, April 13th
7:00 pm

Bethany Collins: A Pattern or Practice

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Friday, February 15th
End:
Sunday, March 31st

Summer registration begins

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Monday, February 11th
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Monday, May 20th
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Summer registration begins

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Events for March 2019

Thursday, March 7th

Applied Econometric Workshop – “Bubbles and Rationality and Bitcoin”

Date:
Thursday, March 7th
Time:
3:30 pm - 4:45 pm

The Economics Department is holding an Applied Econometrics Workshop, presented by George Waters of Illinois State University, titled "Bubbles and Rationality and Bitcoin."  It will be held Thursday, March 7, from 3:30-4:45 in STV 434.

Thursday, March 21st

Economics Seminar – “Grand Corruption by Public Officials: Measuring Theft and Bribery.”

Date:
Thursday, March 21st
Time:
3:30 pm - 4:45 pm

The Economics Department is hosting a seminar for the Institute for Corruption Studies, presented by Desiree Desierto, titled "Grand Corruption by Public Officials: Measuring Theft and Bribery." It will be held Thursday, March 21, from 3:30-4:45 in STV 434.

Monday, March 25th

Economics Speaker Series with Laura Crispin -“Unexpected Research in Economics”

Date:
Monday, March 25th
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Join us to hear Laura Crispin, Professor of Economics at St. Joseph's University of Philadelphia, talk about "Unexpected Research in Economics."  She will discuss how bullying, extra-curricular participation, museum visits, and patterns of time-use affect students' academic and job performance.