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This week in the Economics & Business Dept.:


Austin Davie is the winner of the 2015-16 David Preston Memorial Award

The David Preston Memorial Award is awarded to a sophomore or rising junior who has not only excelled in their studies but also to a student who, by being recognized with this award early in their Colorado College career, might be motivated to achieve even more during their last years in college.  This award was funded in memory of David Preston, by his parents.  David was a student that was both an Economics major and also was a paraprofessional in the department for several years.


Monday, September 21:

  • Block 2 Begins
  • 1st Mondays: John Cary / 11:15am / Armstrong Theater
  • Assessment Committee Lunch – 12:00-1:00pm / Spencer Center

 Tuesday, September 22

  • & Bus. Faculty Meeting – 12:15-1:00PM / PH 128
  • Assessment Committee Lunch – 12:00-1:00pm / Gaylord Hall
  • Investment Committee Lunch – this is not confirmed

 Wednesday, September 23

  • Assessment Committee Lunch – 12:00-1:00pm / McHugh Common Room

 Thursday, September 24

  • Student Advisory Board Lunch – Not sure of location, but certainly one of the E& B classrooms


September 2015 Calendar

If there is an additional event and/or information you would like to add, please contact Gerri Anne Reed.


The Economics and Business Department hosts several events each month. In addition to student led initiatives by SAB, the department hosts a blockly Seminar Series, with guest speakers who augment student learning outside a formal classroom setting.

Furthermore, the department invites guest speakers to our Food-for-Economic Thought series, supports the H. Chase stone Lecture Series, hosts a large networking event to connect current students with alumni, and supports a student led research symposium in the spring

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