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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Initiatives and Events
The Economics and Business Department hosts several events each month. In addition to student led initiatives by SAB, the department hosts a blockly Seminar Series with guest speakers who augment student learning outside a formal classroom setting. Furthermore, the department invites guest speakers to our Food-For-Economic Thought series, supports the H. Chase stone Lecture Series, hosts a large networking event to connect current students with alumni, and supports a student led research symposium in the spring.