Lunch and Learn with Reviresco

...another one percent – those who choose to serve.” The event featured several videos, a mini workshop and a conversation amongst attendees, focusing on how civilians can openly converse with...

The economic lowdown

...called Econ Lowdown at econlowdown.org, where students can watch videos to help them grasp economic concepts such as The Great Depression, inflation and much more. Teachers can also track students’...

The Great Migration and the Economics of Race

...leveling of minority neighborhoods to make way for interstate highways; and gentrification of African American inner-city communities. Creating a WebQuest that houses videos, music, news clippings and other documents related...

5 Tips for Creating a Gender Equitable Workplace

...108 years to reach global gender parity in health, politics, work, and education, while women are on track to earn the same as men in 202 years. At the organizational...

Jorge Soares

...Public Investment when Government Promises are not Enforceable” with Marina Azzimonti-Renzo and Pierre-Daniel Sarte, September 2009, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Vol. 33, Issue 9, Pages 1662–1681. “The Politics...

Desmond Toohey

Education Ph.D. in public policy and economics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2015 B.A. in economics, University of Maryland, College Park, 2006 B.A. in government and politics, University of Maryland,...

Stock Market Game Winners

...take back as much as you can. And parents, encourage it, because it’s only going to make them better students in math, economics, politics, it encompasses every part of learning.”...

A Fine Line in the Hospitality Industry

Only seven percent of head chefs and restaurant owners are women, despite the idea within society that traditionally women have always held a central role in the kitchen. This statistic...

Developing women’s leadership potential in Africa

...participants to get to know their American peers. This specific SUSI program on women’s leadership exposed the visitors to the history and participation of women in public life in the...

Keeping the Momentum Going for Racial Justice

In this video, Jennifer Joe, Daphne McRae, Nicole Jeter West and Vina Amankwaa Afrifa discuss ways to continue the discussions about racial justice. Transcript Jennifer Joe, UD Lerner Whitney Family...