2017

  • Wed, Oct 4, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 326
    ECON Club has first meeting for the term. The time will be spent with introductions, discussion, future meeting plans, and course questions.
  • Tue, Oct 3, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON has first meeting of the year. We will set our normal Fall meeting day/time and start planning events for Fall and the year.
  • Tue, Sept 19, 2017; 12-2pm; People's Park
    ECON Club and OMICRON DELTA EPSILON joint host an info table for the College of Liberal Arts Welcome BBQ.
  • Thur, June 8, 2017; 6:30pm; BEXL 328
    ECON Club sponsors a free viewing of Freakonomics: The Movie. Popcorn provided!
  • Wed, June 7, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    Last ECON Club meeting of the term will debrief the round-table conversation from May 24, start plans for Fall activities, and finalize plans for movie night.
  • Fri, June 2, 2017; 12 noon; BEXL 214
    ECON Club and OMICRON DELTA EPSILON jointly host an end-of-term social gathering. This will be casual – an opportunity to hang out, wish graduating seniors well, thank your profs or meet your Fall instructors. Prof Vic Tremblay is guest speaker and there will be snacks!
  • Wed, May 24, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    ECON Club will be meeting this Wednesday at 4:00 in Bexel, room 414. This week we will be having a round-table discussion with students and professors in the Philosophy Department at Oregon State. Snacks and beverages will also be provided!
  • Tue, May 23, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON will plan for events next year.
  • Tue, May 16, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON discusses plan for collecting data on joint research project.
  • Wed, May 10, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    ECON Club hosts Matthew Lundgren presentation on "Why Wolves? An Analysis of Private Organization Decision Making in Advocating for Species Protection Under the Endangered Species Act." Discussion to follow, along with planning Week 8 meeting.
  • Tue, May 9, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON continues research project, will be formulating a question. Setting dates for end-of-term activities and arranging carpools for UO and PSU econ seminars.
  • Tue, May 2, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON hears research findings from the final two papers, discussion on our readings. Feedback from attendees of UO seminar.
  • Wed, April 26, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    ECON Club hosts guest speaker Yousef Allouzi, a Masters in Public Policy student. His project is titled, "The Irridentist's Guide to Public Policy: why the president's proposed policies will struggle to bring back jobs."
  • Tue, April 25, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON will be looking at multiple opportunities for Econ guest speakers, seminars, and involvement.
  • Tue, April 18, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    First meeting of Spring term for OMICRON DELTA EPSILON. We will be discussing and voting on Spring activities in addition to continuing conversation with Prof Liz Schroeder on our research findings.
  • Fri, April 14, 2017; 2:00pm; BEXL 414
    ECON Club first meeting of Spring term. Upperclass majors will preview upper division ECON courses to help people get ideas for courses to take in the future and to understand layout of current courses. We will also review ideas for Spring activities and start planning those events.
  • Tue, Mar 14, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 326
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON will be working on their research project.
  • Fri, Mar 10, 2017; 1:30pm; BEXL 326
    ECON Club will be voting for officers and enjoying more Econ coversation.
  • Fri, Mar 10, 2017; 12 noon; BEXL 214
    ECON Club and OMICRON DELTA EPSILON jointly host an end-of-term social gathering. Guest speaker College of Liberal Arts Dean Larry Rodgers. Faculty will be present making this an excellent opportunity to talk to your profs! Free food!
  • Tue, Mar 7, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON will be voting on officers and starting their research project.
  • Tue, Feb 28, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON meets to discuss leadership positions for the group, guest speakers, and research.
  • Fri, Feb 24, 2017; 1:00pm; BEXL 326
    ECON Club hosts guest speaker Prof Paul Thompson to give a lecture on Public Policy.
  • Tue, Feb 21, 2017; 4:00pm; BEXL 414
    OMICRON DELTA EPSILON meets to discuss what the group would like to take on. There will be snacks.
  • Fri, Feb 10, 2017; 12 noon; BEXL 414
    ECON Club will be attending Roland Eisenhuth's Brownbag Seminar on "The Bargain of Judas" and staying afterwards to discuss the research.
  • Fri, Jan 27, 2017; 2:00pm; BEXL 326
    ECON Club's first meeting of Winter term. This is going to be mostly an organizational meeting, with some time for roundtable discussion on economics reserved for the later portion of the meeting.

2016

  • Fri, Dec 2, 2016; 12 noon; Bexell 2nd Floor West Wing
    ECON Club and OMICRON DELTA EPSILON jointly host an end-of-term social gathering, complete with snacks. CLA Dean Rodgers is guest speaker. Faculty will be present for this fun event!
  • Wed, Nov 30, 2016; 12 noon; Bexell 326
    ECON Club will have a graduate student speak about resource economics. Club discussion will include setting schedule for Winter term.
  • Wed, Nov 16, 2016; 12 noon; Bexell 326
    ECON Club will be talking macroeconomics at this meeting, a round table discussion on international trade, so don't miss it.
  • Wed, Nov 2, 2016; 12 noon; Bexell 326
    ECON Club will be planning for the end-of-term activities.
  • Mon, Oct 24, 2016; 5-6:30pm; Memorial Union 13
    ECON club invited to join Political Science for the U.G. Dubach Chair sponsored Presidential Election Expert Panel.
  • Wed, Oct 19, 2016; 6:00pm; LINC 174
    ECON Club invited to join Political Science for A "Pizza & Politics" Event: The Third Presidential Election Debate.
  • Wed, Oct 19, 2016; 12 noon; Bexell 326
    ECON Club meeting Hosts Econ Prof Roland Eisenhuth disucssing the process of applying for and attending graduate school.
  • Thur, Oct 13, 2016; 4-6pm; Native Am Longhouse
    ECON joins Political Science and Sociology for the School of Public Policy Welcome BBQ. This event is a chance to learn about the new school structure and what opportunities it may hold for you. It is also a chance to build a new School of Public Policy community.
  • Wed, Oct 5, 2016; 12 noon; Ballard 215
    First ECON Club meeting of the year. We will cover recruitment and activity plans for the term as well as the Econ Club's involvement in the Think or Swim Challenge.

2015-2016 Events Archive