Economics Department Prefects, TA's and Student Departmental Advisors (SDA's)
SPRING TERM 2017
Econ 110.01 Principles of Macroeconomics, taught by Theresa Bauer
Charlie Martens – Review Sessions: Sundays & Wednesdays, 9-10pm, Willis 211
Econ 110.02 Principles of Macroeconomics, taught by Stephie Fried
Ellie Battino – Review Sessions: Tuesdays, 9-10pm; Thursdays, 8-9pm, Willis 203
Econ 110.03 Principles of Macroeconomics, taught by Bruce Dalgaard
Nathan Eisner - Review Sessions: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8-9pm, Willis 204
Econ 111.01 Principles of Microeconomics, taught by Aaron Swoboda
David McKinley - Review Sessions: Sundays & Tuesdays, 9:30-10:30pm, Leighton 304
Econ 111.02 Principles of Microeconomics, taught by Jonathan Lafky
Alyssa Neidhart - Review Sessions: Sundays, 8-9pm, Willis 204 & Thursdays, 8:30-9:30pm, Willis 203
Econ 111.03 Principles of Microeconomics, taught by Faress Bhuiyan
Eric Tallman - Review Sessions: Sundays & Tuesdays, 9-10pm, Willis 204
Il Shan Ng, Intermediate Macro Theory, Professor Ben Keefer
Review Sessions: Sundays & Wednesday, 8-9pm, Willis 211
STUDENT DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORS (SDAs) - 2016/17:
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.
Hello! My name is Serena and I am a senior Economics major and Women and Gender Studies concentrator from Seattle, Washington. In addition to the three core courses, I have taken Health Care Economics and Microeconomic Development, involving a field component in Bangladesh (which convinced me to major in economics!). My junior fall, I studied community health and social policy in Durban, South Africa. Over breaks, I have interned at an environmental nonprofit PR firm, worked in the Northfield Public Schools, and, most recently, interned with a non-profit in Seattle doing grassroots community organizing around issues of health equity. This coming December, I will be participating in a public health program in Minneapolis and Washington DC. When not studying economics, you can find me running in the arb with the women’s cross country team, cooking with Firebellies or middle schoolers in the Young Chefs program, or going on adventures with CANOE. If you have any questions about classes, concentrations, study abroad, or anything else, feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com.
I am a senior Economics major with a political economy concentration from St. Louis, Missouri. At Carleton, I have taken Microeconomics in Developing Countries, Analysis of Microeconomic Development Models, Money and Banking, Industrial Revolution in Britain and Contemporary British Economy, as well as both intro courses and all three upper level courses. I love to travel and have been on both economic abroad programs to Bangladesh and Cambridge. Following Cambridge, I lived in Ireland for three months interning at the US Embassy. Additionally, I will be traveling to Argentina and Chile on the Cinema and Media Studies program in December. I am also involved in Varsity Tennis, Women in Economics Club and Carleton Consulting Club. I work in the Economics department as an office assistant. This past summer, I interned as an investment banking summer analyst at BMO Capital Markets and will be returning full-time next year. I am happy to answer any questions about classes, student organizations, campus jobs, internships, externships, abroad or anything else. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am a senior Economics and Computer Science double major from Oslo, Norway. At Carleton I have taken classes such as Money & Banking, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Contemporary British Economy - in addition to the three upper level classes. My sophomore summer I went abroad on Carleton's Economics in Cambridge program. I have interned with Cxense, Homi, Facebook - taking on Software Engineering roles at each of the companies. After graduation I will probably move out west to Silicon Valley and pursue a career as a Software Engineer, although I am still open to explore other professions as well. If you have any questions about the major (or the CS major), classes, double majoring, studying abroad or career opportunities, feel free to email me at email@example.com.