Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony
Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony
Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony
Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony
Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony
Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony

Upcoming Events

2022–23 Seminar Series

Friday, December 2: "The Impact of Immigration on Local Labor Markets: Evidence from the 2007 EU Enlargement," Silvia Vannutelli, Northwestern.

Friday, December 9: "Teacher Labor Market Equilibrium and the distribution of student achievement," Michael Bates, UC Riverside.

All seminars are held 3–4:30 p.m. in Seminar Room 5 unless otherwise noted. For upcoming seminars check out the 2022–2023 seminar series calendar, if the seminar is virtual email Karen Kelly or the seminar contact for the Zoom information.

Fall Semester

Fall semester ends December 8. Important dates can be found on the university's Academic Calendar and watch our course schedule for the latest changes and updates for your Economics courses. Staff members are working remote and hybrid, so if you have any questions please email us at EconomicsUCB@gmail.com.

Winter Economics Commencement

The Economics Winter Commencement Ceremony will be Thursday, December 15, 2022, 1–2:30 p.m. in Muenzinger E050. Tickets are not required for this event. Doors open at 12:15 p.m. for guests.

Eaton Travel Sabbaticals 

The Eaton Travel Sabbaticals are to be awarded to undergraduate students majoring in Economics, Anthropology, or History who have completed at least three academic years of full time study, at least two years of which must have been completed at the university, and who desire prior to graduation to broaden their knowledge in a culture and learning environment different from their own. Preference will be given to students who have a creative and well designed plan of unconventional study and travel in a non-traditional environment, especially those which would take place in the southern or eastern hemispheres. Application Deadline: 2023 Summer & Fall Study Abroad–March 31, 2023


Main Office Open

Economics staff are working hybrid. The main office, ECON 212, is open 8:30 a.m.–Noon and 1–5 p.m. In the event that something needs immediate attention when the front office is not available, please email the appropriate staff member for assistance. Email addresses are available under the People Tab.

Department Highlights

Francisca Antman becomes President-Elect of ASHE
Grad Student Jim Flynn's research featured in the Wall Street Journal article, "Success At Work Is Warped By Your Co-Workers’ Salaries"
Dan Kaffine and Akhil Rao (PhD '19) awarded a NASA Grant to study space debris
Grad student Peiyuan Li awarded an NSF dissertation grant.
Taylor Jaworski, Sergey Nigai paper cited in Washington Post article: The least diverse cities and most common statues in America. And more!​
Billy Mertens1st in his age group (55-59) at the Boston Marathon
Daria Botton2022 Marinus Smith Award Winner
Christian "Payne" Hennigan lands teaching position at prestigious Peking University
Jeffrey Zax on 9News: "Why are so many Coloradans quitting their jobs?"
Brian Marein (PhD '21) Awarded Allan Nevins Prize in American Economic History
The Nandu Award for the Best Quantitative-History Paper: Peiyuan Li

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