Economics News

The College of Liberal Arts’ Economics Department strives to contribute an economical solution to contemporary social problems. Students pursue new knowledge in the field through both undergraduate and graduate programs that cultivate a robust learning environment, while faculty members are empowered to conduct thought-provoking research. Finally, graduates leave Temple with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in public and private sector economics jobs. Before they can leave their mark on the world, however, they leave their mark here, and Temple leaves its mark on them. Read the stories of our Economics students, alumni and faculty members below and please contact us if you have a story of your own you think we should tell.

Image of Bill Stull and Professor Rich Dean

On April 9, Professor Stull was honored as a Great Teacher at a ceremony in Mitten Hall. Past and present students at the graduate and undergraduate students praised Professor Stull’s mastery of the material as well as the nurturing atmosphere of his classes.  Many cited his role as a mentor as well as an instructor. They noted his help in finding their way through their studies and the start of their careers.

Liacouras center at graduation

As the Class of 2017 leaves undergraduate life behind, we asked a few of our new alumni about their fondest Temple memories, their favorite classes and their advice for future Owls.

May 10, 2017

The Power of No

The Power of No

Graduating senior Jemie Fofanah learned to manage her time wisely and say “yes” to the right opportunities — which led her on a path straight to Washington, D.C. 

Students with the CEO of Vanguard, F. WIlliam McNabb III

He might oversee $4 trillion in assets, but McNabb was more interested in learning about Temple economics students during his "Economics Week" visit. 

2017 faculty retirees

Faculty, staff and alumni gathered in Shusterman Hall to honor retiring faculty members and the recipients of College of Liberal Arts Teaching Awards.

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