College of Arts & Sciences

Department of Economics

Events
The list below contains the most important events that are available for economics majors and minors.  Events are organized by the Department of Economics unless otherwise noted.
 
There is additional information for some events.  If available, please cilck on the event's title.
ECONOMICS SOCIETY HOSTS 3RD ANNUAL NETWORKING NIGHT
Networking Night - March 18  Doyle Banquet Hall  6:30-8:30 p.m. 
All Economics majors/minors/double majors are invited to this exciting event.  There will be prospective employers on hand to discuss job opportunities so have your resume updated, dress in business casual attire and attend this worthwhile event.
  The link for registration is https://www.picatic.com/econ

We have an AMAZING list of panelists who will be speaking about their experiences after graduation, and we'll have many alumni and industry partners in attendance as well. 

Our panelists include:
Dennis Durkin, Senior Vice President of CBRE (Real Estate Group) and member of the SJU Board of Trustees
Paul Manganella, '14, proprietor of Houzeme
Becky Germino, '11 PhD, Manager, Specialized Therapeutics for US Health Economics and Outcomes Research at Bayer
Dana Schapert, '10 MBA, Underwriting Specialist at Cigna Healthcare
Mark Fanelli, '10 MBA '12, currently finishing his J.D. at Rutgers and clerking for the NJ Supreme Court
4TH ANNUAL ECONOMICS LECTURE
Martin Gruenberg, Chairman, FDIC, is the invited guest speaker for the Annual Economics Lecture on March 26, 11 a.m. Mandeville Teletorium.
The title of Chairman Gruenberg's talk is, "Financial Crises and the Response."
This event is free and open to the public.
EMMM (Economics Majors Monthly Meeting)
The final EMMM of the semester will be held Tuesday, April 21 in BL 226 at 11 a.m.
HONOR SOCIETY DINNER
The Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society dinner/induction ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 21 at 6 p.m. in the Presidents' Lounge.
 
For a list of past events, please click here.