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This Week March 8

Check out these upcoming events!

  • March 9 – Online Workshop: March Madness and the Economics of College Basketball
  • March 11 – Online Workshop: Teaching Fiscal Policy in the COVID Era: Fiscal Stimulus vs. National Debt
  • March 11 – Webinar: Financial Fitness for Life: What Does Car Ownership Cost?
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Invest in Girls: Women for Girls Webinars

We’re pleased to present Women for Girls, a webinar series.

Each session is a unique opportunity to learn from and engage with guest speakers—successful, entrepreneurial women working in finance, including chief financial officers, financial services executives, private equity investors, traders, and investment bankers.

Speakers include:

  • January 28 – Suni Harford, President of Asset Management (on demand)
  • March 3 – Carol Juel, Exec. VP & CIO of Synchrony (on demand)
  • March 25 – Jenny Johnson, President & CEO of Franklin Resources, Inc. (Register Here)

Sign up for one—or sign up for all of them!

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World Food Prize Institute and Paper Resources

Have you heard about the World Food Prize (WFP) Youth Institute, presented by Purdue University’s College of Agriculture?

This extraordinary educational opportunity for high school students is a potentially life-changing experience and an inspiration to help end world hunger.

Free to participating students and teachers / mentors, the institute takes place virtually April 29 (evening) and April 30 (full day).

Read More »

Warm up your econ in January with this webinar for Indiana teachers presented by MRU!

In this webinar presented by Marginal Revolution University, teachers will learn how to make learning about supply, demand, and equilibrium fun— online or in-person—with this new curriculum unit featuring interactive games, videos, news articles, and software for drawing and shifting curves. This hands-on, experiential webinar will provide a sampling of the curriculum unit’s bells and whistles, including demonstrating how to utilize videos as direct instruction resources and integrate current events to increase student engagement and comprehension.

Read More »

This Week March 8

Check out these upcoming events!

  • March 9 – Online Workshop: March Madness and the Economics of College Basketball
  • March 11 – Online Workshop: Teaching Fiscal Policy in the COVID Era: Fiscal Stimulus vs. National Debt
  • March 11 – Webinar: Financial Fitness for Life: What Does Car Ownership Cost?
Read More »

Invest in Girls: Women for Girls Webinars

We’re pleased to present Women for Girls, a webinar series.

Each session is a unique opportunity to learn from and engage with guest speakers—successful, entrepreneurial women working in finance, including chief financial officers, financial services executives, private equity investors, traders, and investment bankers.

Speakers include:

  • January 28 – Suni Harford, President of Asset Management (on demand)
  • March 3 – Carol Juel, Exec. VP & CIO of Synchrony (on demand)
  • March 25 – Jenny Johnson, President & CEO of Franklin Resources, Inc. (Register Here)

Sign up for one—or sign up for all of them!

Read More »

World Food Prize Institute and Paper Resources

Have you heard about the World Food Prize (WFP) Youth Institute, presented by Purdue University’s College of Agriculture?

This extraordinary educational opportunity for high school students is a potentially life-changing experience and an inspiration to help end world hunger.

Free to participating students and teachers / mentors, the institute takes place virtually April 29 (evening) and April 30 (full day).

Read More »

Warm up your econ in January with this webinar for Indiana teachers presented by MRU!

In this webinar presented by Marginal Revolution University, teachers will learn how to make learning about supply, demand, and equilibrium fun— online or in-person—with this new curriculum unit featuring interactive games, videos, news articles, and software for drawing and shifting curves. This hands-on, experiential webinar will provide a sampling of the curriculum unit’s bells and whistles, including demonstrating how to utilize videos as direct instruction resources and integrate current events to increase student engagement and comprehension.

Read More »