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.

Elyse Ruth

The Elyse Ruth Scholarship Fund will support students returning to education after at least a 7-year absence.

Members of the Temple Economic Society with Philadelphia Federal Reserve president Patrick Harker.

The Temple Economics Society recently hosted the president of the Philadelphia Federal Reserve — and his speech was full of "STEMpathy."

Students at Comcast

Students in Donald Wargo's economics courses have presented to the Executive Board at Comcast, counseled Mayor Kenney’s administration, and completed research for the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

Catherine Maclean

Temple University Health and Labor Economist joins ranks of organization that boasts 25 past Nobel Prize winners. 

Frank Bruni speaking at Temple

The acclaimed New York Times columnist stopped by Sullivan Hall to share personal experiences and insights about the role of liberal arts education in the U.S.

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