Two new online webinars, free and available to the entire Hobart and William Smith community, will give participants a glimpse into teaching economics during a crisis and allow them to take a virtual trip to Vietnam.
“From the Classroom to You: Teaching Economics During a Pandemic” features Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies and Chair of the Entrepreneurial Studies Program Thomas Drennen, Assistant Professor of Economics Joshua Greenstein, Professor of Economics Feisal Khan and Instructor of Economics Jennifer Tessendorf.
Each faculty member will share how they are addressing the impact of the pandemic as it relates to their overall course topics, including natural resources and energy, international trade, inequality and macroeconomics. The event takes place on Thursday, May 7 at 4 p.m. To register, click here.
In “First Stop — Vietnam!, part of the Alumni and Alumnae Voices — Travelling Abroad with HWS” series, Professor of Sociology Jack Harris P’02, P’06, Deborah Harris ’73, P’02, P ’06, Ellen Levine Opell ’60 and Michael L. Opell ’59 will present photographs and discuss the alum trip they took to Vietnam, as well as explore what it means to travel abroad as lifelong learners.
The event begins at 1 p.m. on Friday, March 8. To register, click here.
The talks are sponsored by the Office of Alumni and Alumnae Relations. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The image above shows Professor of Economics Feisal Khan teaching in the classroom.