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An Economist’s Approach to Dealing with Students Wanting Extensions

— Paul Woodburne Most of us have had students ask us for extra time to complete an assignment. I have given this quite a bit of thought over the years. Part of me wants to adopt the 1950s or 1960s … Continue reading

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The stars are still there, even when the sun is out

― Melissa K. Downes and Jeanne M. Slattery One thing about university faculty: we can be blind. And stupid. Sandra Trejos (Economics) was recently named Outstanding Latina Faculty Member in Higher Education: Service Teaching in Higher Education by the American … Continue reading

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