First Friday Downloads

The gathering for grad students on the first Friday of the month, called First Friday Downloads, provides a casual mechanism for disseminating information across graduate students from different cohorts and, … Continued

Dr. Parke’s Legacy

As many of you know, Dr. William Parke passed on December 27, 2018, at his home surrounded by his family. His presence and passion for education and the students will … Continued

Anessa Custovic: Econ grad student on the go

Anessa Custovic is a third-year graduate student in Economics.  Her specialty is econometrics – the study of empirical methods in economics – and she has had a busy summer.  Her … Continued

2018 Impact Award honors Economics grad students Teresa Zhou and Josh Horvath

This year, the Graduate School recognized two Economics grad students among the 17 recipients of the Impact Award.  Congratulations to Teresa Zhou and Josh Horvath! The UNC Graduate School provides … Continued

2018 Impact Award honors Josh Horvath

Josh Horvath, a fifth year Ph.D. student in Economics, with interest in education, labor and health economics, will be receiving a 2018 Impact Award for his research. His research examines the … Continued

Siddhartha Biswas is named the 2017/2018 Gallman Graduate Scholar

Mr. Siddhartha (Sid) Biswas, a current graduate student in Economics at Carolina, has been named the Gallman Graduate Scholar in Economics for 2017-2018. Sid is a third-year student in the Ph.D. … Continued

Karlye Dilts-Stedman among the Nobel Laureates: the Lindau meetings

Karlye Dilts-Stedman, a graduate student in the Economics Department, was selected to participate in the 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences held from 22 – 26 August 2017 in Lindau, Germany. … Continued

The Second Annual Team Tiago Match

The faculty and grad students of the Economics Department took to the pitch on 12 May for the second annual Team Tiago soccer match.  Both teams wore their “Team Tiago” jerseys … Continued

Karlye Dilts-Stedman Chosen for Lindau Conference with Nobel Laureates

How will you spend your summer vacation?  Karlye Dilts-Stedman, a graduate student in the Economics Department, will be spending part of hers with the Nobel Laureates in Economics. She has … Continued

Gender and Confidence: A Talk with Dr. Elizabeth Dickinson to the Women in Economics Club

On February 9, the Women in Economics group gathered in Gardner for their first official meeting. The topic of the day was Gender and Confidence. Dr. Elizabeth Dickinson, a Clinical Assistant … Continued