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Mr Roger Edward Wehr

[Mr Roger Wehr]

Other Faculty, Economics
Last Updated: September 29, 2020
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Research Interests

Research Interests
Economic History of the American Revolutionary War Era, US Industry During World War II, US steel industry, Public Choice Theory & U.S. Presidential Elections

Teaching Interests

Teaching Interests
European Economic History, Transportation Economics

Biography

Biography

Economics Lecturer with real world expertise in airline industry (CW Aerotech), politics (US Congressional Office of Rep. Joe Barton ), and finance (Six Flags Over Texas - Finance Department)

Education

Education

    • 1994 MA in Economics
      The University of Texas at Arlington, 1994
    • 1994 MA in Economics
      University of Texas at Arlington, 1994
    • 1990 BA in Economics
      The University of Texas at Arlington, 1990

Licensure and Certifications

Licensure and Certifications

    • 2020 UTA Arlington COVID-19 Return to Campus Training, UT-Arlington
    • 2020 BSA Youth Protection Training (YPT) - #129197887, Boy Scouts of America (BSA)
    • 2018 Texas Hunter Education, State of Texas - Texas Parks & Wildlife
    • 2018 CPR First Aid, EMS Safety
    • 2018 2188 GCTA 1819 107 Annual Compliance Training G7 2018 Fall, University of Texas at Arlington
    • 2014 Merit Badge Counselor Certification, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) - Longhorn Council
    • 2017 Youth Protection Training, Boy Scouts of America (BSA)

Appointments

Appointments

    • Aug 1994 to Present Senior Lecturer
      Economics , University of Texas Arlington (Arlington, TX, United States)

Memberships

    • Nov 2017 to Present National Economics Teaching Association
      Member
      The National Economics Teaching Association is an organization of economics educators who are devoted to improving economics education. NETA is a co-sponsor of the annual Economics Teaching Conference.
    • Dec 2015 to Present Association of North American Higher Education International
      Member
      The mission of ANAHEI, as a non-profit organization is to promote and encourage a global culture at member institutions, globalize student and faculty successes, enhance global initiatives among member institutions and deepen global engagement.
    • Apr 2015 to Present Transportation Statistics Interest Group of the ASA
      member
      TSIG is a group of statisticians, transportation professionals, economists and analysts who want to champion the use of statistics in transportation research. TSIG is sponsored by the American Statistical Association. TSIG members meet twice a year, at the Joint Statistical Meetings in August and at the Transportation Research Board meeting in January. They advocate for, and do research upon, the use of strong statistical methodology for the collection, dissemination, and analysis of transportation data.
    • May 2012 to Present American Economic Association
      member
      Established in 1885, the AEA is a non-profit, non-partisan, scholarly association dedicated to the discussion and publication of economics research. The Association supports established and prospective economists with a set of career-enhancing programs and services.
    • Apr 2005 to Present Delta Sigma Pi
      member
    • Apr 1989 to Present Omicron Delta Epsilon
      member
    • Mar 1989 to Present National Association for Business Economists
      member

Awards and Honors

    • Apr  2020 Recognized Faculty Member sponsored by UT-Arlington Freshman Leaders on Campus (FLOC)
    • Mar  2018 Recognized Faculty Member UT-Arlington Freshmen Leaders on Campus sponsored by FLOC
    • Apr  2017 Thomas Cowan Bell Award sponsored by Sigma Chi
    • Mar  2017 Outstanding Faculty Award sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega
    • Feb  2017 Recognized Faculty Member UT-Arlington Freshmen Leaders on Campus sponsored by FLOC
    • Apr  2016 Thomas Cowan Bell Award sponsored by Sigma Chi
    • Mar  2016 Recognized Faculty Member UT-Arlington Freshmen Leaders on Campus sponsored by FLOC
    • Mar  2015 Recognized Faculty Member UT-Arlington Freshmen Leaders on Campus sponsored by FLOC
    • Apr  2013 Recognized Faculty Member UT-Arlington Freshmen Leaders on Campus sponsored by FLOC
    • Dec  2012 Outstanding Lecturer sponsored by UTA College of Business
    • Oct  1996 Who's Who Among American Teachers sponsored by Randall-Reilly Publishing Company

News Articles

News Articles

    • Oct 2018 Shorthorn
      "Residents to Vote on City Bond Requests" by Kyle R. Cotton
    • Mar 2018
      UTA Shorthorn - Podcast
      Served as an expert source for UTA Shorthorn Podcast by Nicholas Tarrant regarding the economics involved with restaurants located near the UTA College Park Center
    • Jan 2016
      Shorthorn
      "Libertarian to Speak on Freedom" by Anthony Musselman
    • Apr 2013 Shorthorn
      "Alumna Honored for Saving Seven People" by Telisha Brown

Other Activities

Other Activities

      • Sept 2016
        Review of the beta-version of "Knewton" - an online resource for economic education.
        Knewton

Publications


      2015
      • Book
        Capitalist Rising: Passages in European Economic History
        [Wehr, Roger, Poitras, AdrianJ. ]. "Great River Technologies".

      2010
      • Book
        Transportation Economics
        [Wehr, Roger]. "Great River Technologies".

      In Process
      • Book Review
        Connect Masters by Asarta & Butters - 3rd edition
        Connect Masters (McGraw Hill Publishers)
        [Wehr, Roger]. Published.
      • Book Review
        Connect Masters by Asarta & Butters - 1st edition
        Connect Masters (McGraw Hill Publishers)
        [Wehr, Roger]. Published.

      2014
      • Book Review
        Microeconomics
        [Wehr, Roger]. Microeconomics.(8th Edition),

Presentations

    • October  2019
      Wehr, Roger (Presenter), "Worst Case Scenario: Applications of Economic Principles for Survival", Delta Sigma Pi - business fraternity, UT-Arlington College of Business Administration. (October 20, 2019).
    • April  2019
      Wehr, Roger, "Learning the Dismal Science of Economics Using the Golden Arches", Arlington Hall, UT-Arlington. (April 11, 2019).
    • March  2019
      Wehr, Roger, "Survival Economics", Sigma Chi, UT-Arlington. (March 17, 2019).
    • February  2019
      Wehr, Roger, "Teaching the Dismal Science Using the Golden Arches", Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (February 22, 2019).
    • October  2018
      Wehr, Roger, "Seigniorage, Hyperinflation and the American Revolution", Flint Academy, Arlington, Texas. (October 6, 2018).
    • April  2018
      Wehr, Roger, "Applications of Game Theory in Daily Life", Sigma Chi, Arlington, Texas. (April 8, 2018).
    • November  2017
      Wehr, Roger, "Celebrating Economics: Incorporating the Holidays in the Classroom"", National Economics Teaching Association (NETA) & Cengage, Indianapolis, IN. (November 9, 2017).
    • February  2017
      Wehr, Roger, ""An Economic Forecast of 2017"". (February 09, 2017).
    • October  2016
      Wehr, Roger, ""Behavioral Economics and Pricing"", Sigma Chi, UT-Arlington. (October 8, 2016).
    • March  2016
      Wehr, Roger, "Application of Game Theory to Decision-Making: The Pirate Game", Sigma Chi, UT-Arlington. (March 23, 2016).
    • April  2015
      Wehr, Roger, ""Adam Smith, George Washington, & the American Revolution"", TXSSAR Chapter #7, Arlington, Texas. (April 11, 2015).
    • April  2014
      Wehr, Roger, ""Food Riots of the American Revolution"", Chapter 7, Arlington, Texas. (April 12, 2014).
    • August  2013
      Wehr, Roger, ""Colonial Money & the American Revolution"", TXSSAR Chapter #7, Arlington, Texas. (August 10, 2013).

Students Supervised

    • Dec 2019
      Undergraduate Supervised Research
      Pranav Kadam, I served as the Faculty Mentor to Pranav Kadam - a Fall 2019 semester participant in the UT-Arlington Undergraduate Research program. This study examined whether there was an optimal level of illegal immigration in the U.S. labor market.


      The Effects of Illegal Immigration on the U.S. Labor Market
    • Sept 2019
      Undergraduate Supervised Research
      Niharika Bansal, I served as the Faculty Mentor to Niharika Bansal - a Summer 2019 participant in the UT-Arlington Undergraduate Research program. This study examined the domestic movements of individuals from various U.S. states based on differences in state taxes and regulation. This particular study was recognized as the UT-Arlington first place winner for undergraduate research conducted during the Summer 2020 semester.
      U.S. Domestic Migration Based on State Taxation & Regulation

Courses

      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-900 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568 | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-004 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566 | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • UNIV-BU 1131-002 STUDENT SUCCESS
        (Course Id: 101210 | Aacsb Goals: Recognize resources on campus designed to provide academic support, promote wellness and develop financial literacy.

        Describe the unique characteristics of the student’s chosen major and understand the significance of that discipline in today’s world.

        Identify career types relevant to the student’s program of study.

        Develop career goals based upon the student’s individual strengths and interests.

        Determine co- and extra-curricular opportunities relevant to the student’s career goals.

        Describe the transferrable skills gained from participation in experiential learning opportunities and explain their importance for future job placement. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • UNIV-BU 1131-009 STUDENT SUCCESS
        (Course Id: 101210 | Aacsb Goals: Recognize resources on campus designed to provide academic support, promote wellness and develop financial literacy.

        Describe the unique characteristics of the student’s chosen major and understand the significance of that discipline in today’s world.

        Identify career types relevant to the student’s program of study.

        Develop career goals based upon the student’s individual strengths and interests.

        Determine co- and extra-curricular opportunities relevant to the student’s career goals.

        Describe the transferrable skills gained from participation in experiential learning opportunities and explain their importance for future job placement. | Student Performance: The semester is ongoing as of this writing.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID pandemic, the typical Departmental assessment was not administered in the usual manner. )
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID pandemic, the typical Departmental assessment was not administered in the usual manner. )
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566 | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-009 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID pandemic, the typical Departmental assessment was not administered in the usual manner. )
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID pandemic, the typical Departmental assessment was not administered in the usual manner. )
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID pandemic, the typical Departmental assessment was not administered in the usual manner. )
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID pandemic, the typical Departmental assessment was not administered in the usual manner. )
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2020 Download Syllabus
      • UNIV-BU 1101-006 CAREER PREP & STUDENT SUCCESS
        (Course Id: 113583 | Aacsb Goals: Recognize resources on campus designed to provide academic support, promote wellness and develop financial literacy.

        Describe the unique characteristics of the student’s chosen major and understand the significance of that discipline in today’s world.

        Identify career types relevant to the student’s program of study.

        Develop career goals based upon the student’s individual strengths and interests.

        Determine co- and extra-curricular opportunities relevant to the student’s career goals.

        Describe the transferrable skills gained from participation in experiential learning opportunities and explain their importance for future job placement. )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Students of the Fall 2019 semester demonstrated a high measured aptitude in questions related to Critical Thinking Skills and Empirical & Quantitative Skills, as in previous surveys. A renewed emphasis was placed on Communication skills - particularly in the area of expressing information in a static graph format.

        )
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Students of the Fall 2019 semester demonstrated a high measured aptitude in questions related to Critical Thinking Skills and Empirical & Quantitative Skills, as in previous surveys. A renewed emphasis was placed on Communication skills - particularly in the area of expressing information in a static graph format.)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Students of the Fall 2019 semester demonstrated a high measured aptitude in questions related to Critical Thinking Skills and Empirical & Quantitative Skills, as in previous surveys. A renewed emphasis was placed on Communication skills - particularly in the area of expressing information in a static graph format.)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3310-001 MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100562 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Mav Course: No | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Students of the Summer 2019 semester demonstrated a high measured aptitude in questions related to Critical Thinking Skills and Empirical & Quantitative Skills, as in previous surveys.)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Aacsb Goals: Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments. | Student Performance: Students of the Spring 2019 semester demonstrated a high measured aptitude in questions related to Critical Thinking Skills and Empirical & Quantitative Skills. )
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Aacsb Goals: Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566 | Aacsb Goals: Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-020 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566 | Aacsb Goals: Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568 | Aacsb Goals: Course Objectives: This course satisfies the following four objectives:
        Critical thinking skills include creative thinking, innovation, inquiry, and analysis, evaluation and synthesis of information. Students will demonstrate evidence of critical thinking skills in microeconomics by applying decision making in areas of consumer choice and production supply on course exams.
        Communication skills include effective development, interpretation and expression of ideas through written, oral and visual communication. Students will demonstrate communication skills throughout the course through classroom participation and course exercises.
        Empirical and quantitative skills include the manipulation and analysis of numerical data or observable facts resulting in informed conclusions. Students will be able to work with quantitative measures such as price elasticity of demand and elasticity of supply and use these measures to judge the impact of policies such as a change in tax. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.
        Social responsibility includes intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national and global communities. Students will be able to articulate the impact of policies such as price supports and minimum wage on individuals and firms in the economy. Students will demonstrate these skills by answering questions on course exams and course assignments.)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-009 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2018 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Critical Thinking, Empirical & Quantitative Skills, & Social Responsibility | Student Performance: Excellent results)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-010 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Critical Thinking, Empirical & Quantitative Skills, & Social Responsibility | Student Performance: Excellent results)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Critical Thinking, Empirical & Quantitative Skills, & Social Responsibility | Student Performance: Excellent results)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3310-001 MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100562)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2017
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2017
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Critical Thinking, Empirical & Quantitative Skills, & Social Responsibility | Student Performance: Excellent results)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-003 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Goals: Critical Thinking, Empirical & Quantitative Skills, & Social Responsibility | Student Performance: Excellent Results)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-009 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553 | Aacsb Assess: true | Aacsb Goals: Critical Thinking, Empirical & Quantitative Skills, & Social Responsibility | Student Performance: Excellent results)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-002 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        Spring - 2017
      • ECON 3328-060 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-006 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-010 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3310-001 MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100562)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2016
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2016
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-009 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2016 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-006 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-010 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3310-001 MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100562)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2015
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2015
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2015
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-009 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2015 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-002 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 2305-010 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus
      • ECON 3310-001 MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100562)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2014
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2014
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2014
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • ECON 2305-003 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • ECON 2306-003 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2014
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2305-002 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2305-010 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 3310-001 MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100562)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2013
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2013
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2013
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2305-003 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2306-001 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2306-004 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 2306-005 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2013
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 2305-002 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 2305-010 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2012
      • ECON 2305-001 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Summer - Five Week - First - 2012
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2012
      • ECON 3388-001 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 2305-002 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 2306-002 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
        (Course Id: 100554)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2012
      • ECON 3388-001 EURO ECON HISTORY 1750 - NOW
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 2305-004 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 2305-007 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2011
      • ECON 3388-001 EURO ECON HISTORY 1750 - NOW
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 2305-003 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 2305-006 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2011
      • ECON 3388-001 EURO ECON HISTORY 1750 - NOW
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 2305-004 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 2305-005 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 3388-001 EURO ECON HISTORY 1750 - NOW
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2010
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Summer - Summer Intersession - 2010
      • ECON 3388-001 EURO ECON HISTORY 1750 - NOW
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 4321-002 INTERNATIONAL TRADE
        (Course Id: 100579)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 2305-003 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Spring - Winter Intersession - 2010
      • ECON 3388-001 EURO ECON HISTORY 1750 - NOW
        (Course Id: 100568)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • ECON 2305-009 PRIN MACRO ECO
        (Course Id: 100553)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • ECON 3328-001 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION
        (Course Id: 100566)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009

Service to the University

    • Nov 2019 to  Present Faculty Advisor
      (Impact: Increased awareness of historical events related to 9/11/2001 | Engagement: Service to students on campus who wished to participate in exercising their civil rights on campus)
      Young Conservatives of Texas
      Faculty advisor to Young Conservatives of Texas political organization
    • 2005 to  Present Faculty Advisor
      Delta Sigma Pi
    • Jan 2016 to  May 2019 Faculty Advisor
      Sigma Chi
      Faculty advising of student organization and educational lectures in partial fulfillment of student organizational requirements
    • Nov 2018 to  Nov 2018 Attendee, Meeting
      Lipscomb Hall at UT-Arlington
      Invitation by Resident Assistant Giovanni Bocanegra to attend Lipscomb Hall dinner event as UTA faculty representative
    • Nov 2018 to  Nov 2018 Attendee, Meeting
      National Association for Business Economics - CBE Program
      Discussion of the new Certified Business Economist (CBE) program in the Economics Department at UT-Arlington.
    • Oct 2018 to  Oct 2018 Volunteer
      (Engagement: Prospective students were presented information about various business degrees and opportunities for Business majors. Non-business majors were also presented information on the relevant business electives which can be incorporated in other (non-business) degree plans.)
      UTA Parent & Family Day Event - Generations @ Work
      Represented UTA College of Business Administration as a volunteer at the UTA Parent & Family Day Event. Promoted the COBA "Generations @ Work" program. At the Palo Duro Lounge at University Center, presented information regarding various COBA business degrees - particularly Economics - to prospective UTA students and parents of these students.
    • Sept 2018 to  Sept 2018 Volunteer
      UTA College of Business Administration - Fall Festival
      Responsibilities included serving as a representative of the UTA College of Business Administration (COBA) and greeting students of the Fall 2018 semester.
    • Aug 2018 to  Aug 2018 Volunteer
      UTA College of Business Administration - Welcome Back Lemonade Stand
      Responsibilities included serving as a representative of the UTA College of Business Administration (COBA) and greeting newly arriving students at the onset of the Fall 2018 semester.
    • Mar 2018 to  Mar 2018 Host
      UTA COBA - Business Week
      Host of Business Week Speaker Ryan Harrington - President & CEO of Trinity Healthcare
    • Mar 2018 to  Mar 2018 Volunteer
      UTA COBA - Spring Fling Hot Dog Stand
      Responsibilities included serving as a representative of the UTA College of Business Administration (COBA) and hosting students of the Spring 2017 semester
    • Mar 2018 to  Mar 2018 Attendee, Meeting
      UTA Economic Department - Scholarship Greet and Meet
      Attendance to meet and greet scholarship recipients of the UT-Arlington Economics Department
    • Feb 2018 to  Feb 2018 Guest Speaker
      Lipscomb Hall at UT-Arlington
      Invitation by Resident Assistant for Lipscomb Hall Giovanni Bocanegra to host a faculty program
    • Aug 2017 to  Aug 2017 Volunteer
      UTA College of Business Administration - Welcome Back Lemonade Stand
      Responsibilities included serving as a representative of the UTA College of Business Administration (COBA) and greeting newly arriving students at the onset of the Fall 2018 semester.
    • Apr 2017 to  Apr 2017 Volunteer
      UTA COBA - Spring Fling Hot Dog Stand
      Responsibilities included serving as a representative of the UTA College of Business Administration (COBA) and hosting students of the Spring 2017 semester
    • Mar 2017 to  Mar 2017 Host
      UTA COBA - Business Week
      Host of Business Week speakers including Michelle Kirby of Texas Health Resources, Pam Minick of Gentle Giants RFD, J.T. Fisher of Austin Industries, and Beverly Johnson of PJS Services
    • Mar 2016 to  Apr 2016 Host
      UTA COBA - Business Week
      Host of Business Week speakers including Jimmy Campbell of Community Bank, Robert Strong of Mutual of Omaha Bank, and John Brookby of D/FW Airport Regional Board.
    • Past to  July 2014 Attendee
      Student Success Collaborative (SSC) Launch
    • Sept 2012 to  Sept 2013 Faculty Advisor
      Young Americans for Liberty

Service to the Profession

    • Oct 2018 to  Dec 2018
      (Engagement: Transportation economics has been utilized in shaping decisions ultimately made by this committee.)
      Member (Arlington, Texas,
      Arlington Independent School District (AISD) Boundary Committee
      Responsibilities include serving as a Representative of Pope Elementary School for the Arlington Independent School Districts plan to create new boundaries for the five elementary schools in north Arlington.
    • Nov 2018 to  Nov 2018
      (Classification: Teaching and Learning Scholarship | Impact: The AEA contracted with NORC at the University of Chicago to conduct the data collection efforts. This survey provided a better understanding of the extent and nature of discrimination and harassment in the economics profession. Results from the survey will be used to develop profession-wide programming and policy initiatives.)
      Member
      American Economic Association (AEA) Climate Survey
      Participated in the AEA-sponsored study of the professional climate within the field of economics.
    • Feb 2018 to  Feb 2018
      (Classification: Applied or Integration/Application Scholarship | Impact: The MyECONLab products were adopted by the UT-Arlington Economics Department in the Spring 2018 semester. Improvements to the MyECONLab products benefit students at UT-Arlington and beyond.)
      Survey Review
      Pearson HED Educator Survey
      Survey review of MyECONLab products offered by Pearson Publisher
    • May 2014 to  May 2014
      (Classification: Basic or Discovery Scholarship)
      Guest Lecture (Arlington, Texas,
      Arlington Chapter of the Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution
      Food Riots of the American Revolution

Service to the Community

Service to the Community

    • Jan 2020 to  Present
      Consultant (Arlington, Texas,
      U.S. Academic Decathlon - M.B. Lamar High School, Arlington, Texas
      The United States Academic Decathlon® is a ten-event scholastic competition for teams of high school students. Each high school enters a team of nine students: 3 Honor students (3.80 - 4.00 GPA), 3 Scholastic students (3.20 - 3.799 GPA), and 3 Varsity students (0.00 - 3.199 GPA).

      Under the direction of Ms. Rebecca Archer, my service with the Lamar High School Academic Decathlon involved preparing the student contestants for the economics section of the competition.


    • June 2018 to  Present
      Volunteer (Arlington, Texas,
      Arlington Independent School District (AISD)
      Volunteers promote a great learning environment for the students of the Arlington Independent School District. All volunteers must submit an online application (every year) and submit a copy of your unexpired government issued photo ID as part of the volunteer application process.
    • Dec 2016 to  Present
      Sunday School Reserve Teacher (Arlington, Texas,
      Barron & Penny Tucker Sunday School Group at First Baptist Church in Arlington (FBCA)
    • Dec 2015 to  Present
      Assistant Coach (Arlington, Texas,
      UIL "Number Sense" at Pope Elementary School
    • Aug 2012 to  Present
      Merit Badge Counselor (Arlington, Texas, USA)
      Troop 68, Boy Scouts of America
      Education in Personal Management
    • Mar 2018 to  Mar 2020
      Officer, President/Elect/Past (Arlington, Texas, US)
      Texas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution - Chapter 7 Arlington
      The President shall be the Chairman of the Awards Committee and is responsible for presiding over regular Chapter meetings. Moreover, the President shall appoint members to all standing committees and perform other such executive duties required by the Chapter.
    • Nov 2018 to  Mar 2019
      Lead Coach / Mentor 2 (Arlington, TX,
      FIRST Tech Challenge
      Mentor for Team 15697 of the FIRST (For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology) Tech Challenge
    • May 2018 to  May 2018
      Award Presenter to UTA ROTC Cadet (Arlington, Texas, US)
      UT-Arlington ROTC Awards Ceremony
      Presentation of the Silver ROTC award on behalf of the Arlington Chapter of the Texas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
    • Mar 2016 to  Mar 2018
      Officer, Vice President (Arlington, Texas, USA)
      Texas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution - Chapter 7 Arlington
      The Vice-President shall be Chairman of the Programs and Publicity Committee and shall be responsible for arrangements for all programs at all regular meetings of the Chapter. In the absence or disability of the President, the Vice-President shall preside at the meetings of the Chapter.
    • Feb 2018 to  Feb 2018
      Volunteer (Arlington, Texas,
      Pope Elementary PTA - Mathnasium Event
      Responsibilities included volunteer service in teaching of selected math concepts for students grades K-6
    • Jan 2018 to  Jan 2018
      Volunteer representing UT-Arlington Economics Department (Arlington, Texas, USA)
      Arlington Martin Luther King Day of Service
    • July 2012 to  June 2016
      Chairperson (Arlington, Texas,
      City of Arlington, Landmark Preservation Committee
      As a member of the Certified Local Government program, annual reports must be provided to the Texas Historical Commission and the National Park Service.