Student Departmental Advisors, TA's and Prefects
Student departmental advisers (SDAs) are seniors who serve as a resource for all current students, especially new students, who want to talk to a knowledgeable and experienced upper class student about courses and registration. They supplement the information and advice available through faculty advisers and published materials, and refer students to the proper office or department when needed.
Prefects - Winter Term 2013
Econ 110.01 Principles of Macroeconomics, taught by Martha Paas
Eddie Schermerhorn - Review Sessions: Sundays/Wednesdays, 7pm, Weitz Center 230
Econ 110.02 Principles of Macroeconomics, taught by Bruce Wambheim
Jake Kramer - Review Sessions: Sundays, 8-9pm and Tuesdays, 7-8pm, Willis 205
Econ 110.03 Principles of Macroeconomics, taught by Bruce Dalgaard
Shuchao Wang - Review Sessions: Sundays/Thursdays, 8-9:30pm, Willis 211
Econ 111.01 Principles of Microeconomics, taught by Faress Bhuyan
Graham Tierney - Review Sessions: Sundays, 3-4pm and Wednesdays, 8-9pm, Willis 211
Econ 111.02 Principles of Microeconomics, taught by Aaron Swoboda
Reed Cammarota - Review Sessions: Sundays/Wednesdays, 8pm, Leighton 303
Econ 111.03 Principles of Microeconomics, taught by Prathi Seneviratne
Emily Turner - Review Sessions: Sundays, 9-10pm and Wednesdays, 10pm, Laird 211
Teaching Assistants - Winter Term 2014
Econ 330 Intermediate Price Theory, taught by Jenny Bourne
David Stillerman - Review Sessions: Sundays, 7-9pm, Willis 211; Wednesdays, 8-10pm, Willis 211
Student Departmental Advisers - 2013/14:
I'm Yuqing Lin, a senior Econ major coming from Nanjing China. At Carleton, I have taken various courses across many departments, but my favorite is social science related ones. In the Economics department, I have taken two 100-level courses, Game Theory, Economics of Development, Cost and Benefit Analysis, Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources, Economics of Welfare, and three 300-level courses. I have also taken some courses in the Political Science department and Sociology department and have found courses such as International Relations and World Politics, Comparative Political Regimes, and Exploration of Social Data might also be useful for studying Economics. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi! My name is Katherine Greenberg and I am a senior Economics major with a Political Economy concentration. I am from St. Louis, MO and play tennis at Carleton. I am also President of Women in Economics and work in the Carleton Career Center located in the basement of Sayles. In my time at Carleton I have taken a wide variety of economics courses including Macro, Micro, Macroeconomic Growth and Development, History of Economic Thought and United States Economic History. The summer following my sophomore year I attended the Cambridge program. If you have any questions about classes, clubs, opportunities for Econ majors, the Cambridge program or anything else please feel free to email me. My email is email@example.com.
My name is Eddie and I'm from Boulder, CO. For a long time I was torn between majoring in Economics or Political Science, but I finally settled in the Econ camp. I have taken the three core Econ courses, the Managerial Economics series, and Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources.
Outside of Economics, I enjoy rock climbing and I make frequent trips to Redwing, MN to climb the bluff there. I would love to answer any questions anyone has, particularly if they are torn between PoliSci and Econ like I was. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.