Managerial Economics Students Present Undergraduate Honors Theses
April 2, 2019
Managerial Economics student Jieyi Chen presents her Undergraduate Honors Thesis in the ARE Library.
After two quarters of planning and preparation, seven Managerial Economics students recently gave their Undergraduate Honors Thesis presentations in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) Library.
“All of our students did an amazing job presenting, and responded well to questions asked by faculty and graduate students in the audience,” said program coordinator Kristin Kiesel, an ARE faculty member who teaches Managerial Economics courses. Olivia Rockeman, one of the students, shared that she “learned so much as a result of taking on this project.”
Open to seniors majoring in Managerial Economics or Economics with a minimum GPA of 3.5, the Undergraduate Honors Thesis class is a two-quarter program designed to give outstanding, committed, and hard-working students the opportunity to work closely with a faculty member and get involved in academic research.
Click here for more information about the ARE Undergraduate Honors Thesis program and directions on how to apply
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