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Mission Statement

We engage exceptional students who think critically, analytically and creatively, with intellectual competence and confidence, by leveraging the advantages of the Block Plan and drawing on the art and science of the discipline, at home and abroad, for now and for life. 

Asst. Prof. Jessica Hoel’s Block 1, EC455 Experimental & Behavioral Economics: Social Preferences Students' Research Results

Follow the links below to learn more about the students’ campus-wide research in conjunction with the Busara Center in Nairobi, Kenya.

Initiatives and Events

The Economics and Business Department hosts several events each month. In addition to student led initiatives by the Investment Club and the Women in Business Club, the department hosts a the H. Chase Stone Seminar Series with guest speakers who augment student learning outside a formal classroom setting. Furthermore, the department invites guest speakers as its Food-For Economic Thought (FFET) series lecturers, and invites high-profile speakers each year for the H. Chase Stone Lecture. Economics & Business Dept. faculty host large networking events to connect current students with alumni, and supports the Senior Research Symposium each spring - where thesis students present their process and results.

Contact Us!

Nancy Heinecke, Academic Assistant

Palmer Hall
1025 N Cascade Ave., #114J
Mailing: 14 E. Cache La Poudre

      EC425 Public Transportation in Nicaragua

          Check out our Dept. Field Trips!

Mission Possible: Create a Network of CC Climate Change Professionals
Mark Smith Climate Article 2017

Mark Smith, instructor for Environmental Economics, discusses the impact that corporate structures can have on environmental issues at the local level. The class project is to identify options for offsetting the carbon emissions of the FAC. Read More

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