Professor Herb Kessel, standing, addresses students at a dinner with Dr. Charles Wheelan.
Students listen at a dinner for Dr. Charles Wheelan and the induction into Omnicron Delta Epsilon.
Dr. Charles Wheelan addresses students at a talk about how the economy drives the nation's politics.
Students, faculty and staff listen to a talk by Dr. Charles Wheelan.
Professor Patrick Walsh enjoying the 2017 Graduation Ceremony.
Sarah Bagley and Calvin Aham chatting at the end of the year party for Economic majors in 2017.
Students lining up for dinner at the senior seminar party for majors in 2017.
Three happy graduates at the end of the 2017 year party for Economic majors: Marisa Wagner, Antoinette Smith, and Sadie Taylor
Waiting for dinner to start at the 2017 end of the year party for Economic majors: Eryn Hanley, Calvin Aham, Steve Anderson and Karlo Fresi.
Bridget McElroy presenting her Senior Paper at the College's 2017 Academic Symposium: Do People choose snacks differently when they are primed to think about nutritional choices?
Marisa Wagner presenting her Senior Paper at the College's 2017 Academic Symposium: Hot and Bothered? An Econometric Analysis of Changing Temperature and Criminal Activity.
Antoinette Smithpresenting her Senior Paper at the College's 2017 Academic Symposium: A Changing Urban America: The Effects of Gentrification on Homelessness.
Lingbo Wu receiving his certificate of honor at the 2017 Omicron Delta Epsilon reception. Presenting her award was Professor Arthur Woolf from the University of Vermont
Omicron Delta Epsilon Honors Society Reception
First row, left to right: Bridget McElroy, Professor Tara Natarajan, Professor Laura Stroup, Marisa Wagner and Professor Herb Kessel
Second row, left to right: Professor Reza Ramazani, Professor Richard Kujawa, Hannah Libby, Professor Art Woolf, Professor Patrick Walsh, Lingbo u, Alex Brushwein, Rryn Henley, Jane Erlandson, Dean Jeff Ayres
Honors Society Dinner with guest speaker, Professor Arthur Woolf
Professor Arthur Woolf's talk, An Economist Looks at the State of Vermont, at the annual Omicron Delta Epsilon Lecture in Economics on March 22, 2017
Students, faculty and staff listening to Professor Arthur Woolf's talk, An Economist Looks at the State of Vermont, at the annual Omicron Delta Epsilon Lecture in Economics on March 22, 2017
2016 People's Choice Award winners selected by the Senior class. Most interesting Senior Seminar research presentations
Willow Smith: A Profile of the Global Online Gambling Industry: The Determinants of a Successful Market
Tyler Rossmann: No Time to Waste: An Examination of the Economic, Environmental, and Social Implications of Food Waste
Sophie Zchirnt: Factors Behind College Rankings: Why Colleges Move Up, Down, or Out
2016 Senior Seminar graduation party at the home of Professor Kessel: Students around dinner table including Brianna Healy, Willow Smith, Erica Kamerzel, Professor Natarajan, Ruba Alkurdi-Alorfalu, Mengway Sun, Michael McNally, Roberta Molokandov, Stefano La Rosa, Nathan Hodge, Professor Wash. Standing in the background are Daegan Goodman and Tyler Rossmann. Other seniors not seen in the photo were having dinner in another room including Kevin Altidor, Salina Longe,Tanner Pratt, Matthew Stys, Sean Morrissey and Catherine Tierney).
2016 Senior Seminar graduation party at the home of Professor Kessel: Sean Morrissey and Professor Patrick Walsh.
Students presenting posters at the at 2016 Academic Symposium
Roberta Molokandov: Intergenerational Mobility in the United States: Comparing the Cases of Jewish Post-Soviet and Cuban Immigrants
with Professor Ramazani
Erica Kamerzel: Renewable Portfolio Standards: Solar Energy Investment in the United States
Catherine Tierney: A Bright Future for Solar Energy
Nathan Hodge, presenting his paper at the 2016 Academic Symposium : Effort and Compensation: An Analysis of NBA Players' Productivity in Contract Years
Sophie Zschirnt presenting her paper at the 2016 Academic Symposium: Factors Behind College Rankings: Why Colleges Move Up, Down, or Out
Attendees at the 2016 Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honor Society Induction Ceremony
First row, left to right:
Professor Reza Ramazani, Professor Tara Natarajan, Bri Healy, Professor Herb Kessel, Professor Barry Bluestone (speaker), Willow Smith, Roberta Molokandov, Ruba Alkurdi-Alorfali,
Professor Ricahrd Kujawa Second row, left to right: Professor John Carvellas (emeritus), Professor Patrick Walsh,Hannah Libby, Michael McNally, Tana Pratt, Nathan Hodge,
President Jack Neuhauser, Dean Jeffrey Ayres
Tanner Pratt, with Professor Barry Bluestone, receiving his certificate of honor after being inducted in Omicron Delta Epsilon, April 21, 2016
Professor Barry Bluestone, Stearns Trustee Professor of Political Economy at Northeastern University, guest speaker at the annual Omicron Delta Epsilon Lecture: April 21, 2016
Senior Seminar Group
Two graduating seniors, Kelsey Duarte and Julie Ho, enjoying the conversation over an Indian dinner at Professor Natarajan's house.
“People Choice Award”—Econ seniors vote to award the top 3 presentations for uniqueness of topic, creatively organized, students who pleasantly surprised the class with their topic and presentation skills. 2015 People’s choice award went to Joe O’Connor (not in picture), Jeremy Plante and Peter McKenna with Professor Natarajan.
Dr. Peter von Allmen, Chair, Department of Economics, Skidmore College, speaking to the Saint Michael's community about: Salary Determination in the Presence of Fixed Revenues in the NBA
Students and faculty listening to Professor Peter von Allmen speak about sports and economics on April 10, 2015 at Saint Michael's College
Professor Peter von Allmen presenting Brianna Healy with her induction certificate for the Economics Honor Society
Omicron Delta Epsilon dinner attendees, Professor Reza Ramazzani, Michael Sweet, August Koch, Nate Hodge, Professor Patrick Walsh, and Sarah Healey
After the induction ceremony for Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Honors Society in Economics. From left to right: Nathan Hodge, Professor Patrick Walsh, August Koch, Micheal Sweet, Sarah Healey, Louise Gibbs, Professor Tara Natarajan, Brianna Healy, Micheal McNally, Amelia Seman, Professor Reza Ramazani, Professor Peter von Allmen, Professor Herb Kessel (missing from the photo of newly inducted ODE students are Meagan Beattie and Benjamin Rosbrook)
A packed audience of students and faculty listen to Dr. Laura Beaudin, Professor of Economics at Bryant University, speak about Understanding the Impact of Changing Weather Patterns on the New England Ski Industry
A lecture sponsored by the Economics Department: Dr. Laura Beaudin, Professor of Economics at Bryant University presented Understanding the Impact of Changing Weather Patterns on the New England Ski Industry on Friday, February 20, 2015 in the Pomerleau Alumni Center
On Thursday, November 6 three Economic majors, Sean Morrissey, Ben Rosbrook and Amanda Battista presented their Saint Michael's College funded summer research projects to students and faculty at a public forum held in the Farrell Room. Pictured above is Amanda Battista who shared her findings from her study, How has Foreign Direct Investment Affected Human Development within Emerging Markets? Ben Rosbrook's study was entitled, Determining the Impact of Private Prison Contracts on the Length of Incarceration Sentences in the United States, while Sean Morrissey presented, Manufacturing: An Economic Profile of Vermont
A student luncheon on September 26, 2014 with Dr. Jose Blanco, class of 1979, and current partner in CVF Capital Partners. Sitting next to Dr. Blanco is Patrick Stap and Amanda Battista. Dr. Blanco was inducted into the College's Academic Hall of Fame in the afternoon.
From left to right. First row: Professor Sara Solnick, guest speaker, Professor Tara Natarajan, Louise Gibbs, Courtney Beddell, Kelsey Duarte, Professor Herb Kessel, Tim Dennis. Second row: Christopher George, Dean Jeff Trumbower, Miranda LaRocque, Tiffany Ponto, Katelyn Heath, Professor Reza Ramazani, Professor Patrick Walsh.
Professor Sara Solnick, Department Chair of Economics at the University of Vermont. Her talk was entitled "Soft Drinks and Violence".
2013 Omicron Delta Epsilon Ceremony
Student inductees with the Faculty of the Department of Economics and Geography, Jack Neuhauser and guest speaker Dr. Joseph Quinn, the James McIntire Chair of Economics from Boston College.
2013 Senior Seminar Graduation Party.
Omicron Delta Epsilon honors students pose for a photo after a dinner with Dr. Claudia Sahm, an Economist with the Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System.
Professor Reza Ramazani and guest speaker Professor Stephanie Seguino from the Economics Department at University of Vermont answer questions from student and faculty after a public lecture entitled The Occupy Wall Street Movement: Economic Fairness and Human Wellbeing around the World. Fall 2011
Senior Seminar students having dinner at Professor Kessel's house after watching the movie The Inside Job.
Professor Tara Natarajan with the College's guest speaker for the annual Sutherland Lecture Series Professor Jamie Galbraith, Lloyd M. Bentsen Chair in Government and Business Relations at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas. The title of Dr. Galbraith's talk was Inequality, Instability, and the Financial Crisis. October 27, 2011.
Joseph Garrity '78 (Chairman of the Board of Trustees), Professor Amartya Sen (2010 Commencement Speaker and winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics), Professor Tara Natarajan and Professor Reza Ramazani.
Omicron Delta Epsilon speaker Dr. Yoram Bauman, The Worlds First and only Stand-up Economist. Dr. Bauman entertained students and faculty in the Farrell Room on April 28, 2010.
2010 inductees into Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Economics Honors Society.
Dr. Herb Kessel (Professor of Economics), Professor George J. Borjas (the Robert W. Scrivner Professor of Economics and Social Policy at Harvard University), and Professor Laurie Gagne (Director of the Edmundite Center for Peace and Justice at Saint Michael's College). Professor Borjas spoke about the economic consequences of immigration at the McCarthy Arts Center on September 16, 2010. The lecture was part of the 2010 Edmundite Peace and Justice Center's Lecture Series. Also speaking were Dr. Patrick Walsh (Assistant Professor of Economics) and Dr. Richard Kujawa (Professor of Geography).
2010 Senior Class Party.
Dr. Marvin Malek speaking to the community at Saint Michael's about health care reform at a Current Issues in Economics Seminar. Also pictured is Dr. Patrick Walsh.
Professors John O'Meara (Physics) and Patrick Walsh (Economics) discuss climate change at a March 31, 2009 Current Issues in Economics Seminar.
Honor students take a photo break from the annual Omicron Delta Epsilon dinner.
Dr. David Hemenway, Professor at Harvard School of Public Health, speaks to a large gathering of students and faculty at the annual Omicron Delta Epsilon lecture about his new book While you were sleeping: Success stories in Injury and Violence Prevention.
Dimitri Repnikov (accompanied by Professors Reza Ramazani and Herb Kessel) is photographed before beginning his address to students and faculty about the results from his 2008 summer research project, funded by the Center for Social Science Research at Saint Michael's College. Dimitri's talk was entitled The Impact of Exchange Rate Changes on Trade Balance of ex-Soviet Transitioning Economies.
Dr. Bisrat Aklilu (Executive Coordinator of the U.N.'s Multi-nation Trust Fund) addressing the Saint Michael's community on April 28th, 2008 with a talk entitled The United Nations and the Millenium Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities.
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