No Such Thing as a Free Lunch:
An Economics Luncheon Seminar Series
Each semester, the Economics Department hosts a series of luncheons for our undergraduate students. The luncheon series, called “No Such Thing as a Free Lunch: An Economic Luncheon Speaker Series,” serves as an opportunity for the faculty to visit with our majors, for the majors to visit with one another, and for the majors to hear a talk on an issue of interest from an expert in the field. The luncheon series has been very well attended and is quite popular with our students.
The luncheon schedule for Fall 2014 follows.
Megan A. Rapp
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Friday, October 31, 2014
5th Floor Cashion Building
"A New Model for Poverty Alleviation: Moving from
Grant-Driven to Finance-Driven Development"
Registration is closed.
For more information, please contact Dr. Tisha Emerson at 254-710-4180 or [email protected]