Fast Facts
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  • Economics is about more than just money.
  • Valpo Economics graduates are well-prepared for graduate study.
  • Program size facilitates strong student-professor relationships.
  • Solid foundation in liberal arts and sciences develops well-rounded economists.
 
Tutoring
Colloquium Series
Faculty Spotlight
 

Economics 221 and 222
Free tutoring is available during the following times. The ECON tutor is available to help students understand economics concepts but cannot assist with homework assignments.

• SPRING 2016

Undergraduate Tutor: Matthew Mundt

Monday, 4:30 to 5:30 PM

Tuesday, 8 to 9 PM

Wednesday, 2:30 to 4:30 PM

in the Language Resource Center (LRC) in the College of Arts and Sciences

The Virginia C. Shingleton Memorial Economics Colloquium Series

April 20, 2016, 3:30 to 4:30 PM, College of Arts and Sciences, Room 114

Undergraduate economics students and IEF graduate students will present their research in preparation for the Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship and the Graduate Academic Symposium.

Henry
Hang-Wei (Henry) Hao, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Please join us in welcoming Professor Hang-Wei (Henry) Hao, Ph.D. to the Valparaiso University 
Economics department. Professor Hao’s special areas of interest include International Trade, 
International Economics, and the Chinese Economy.