October 4, 2016
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Economics Department Newsletter
Economics Department Seminar: 
Globalization and Executive Compensation
Wednesday, October 5
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Griffin 6
Associate Professor William Olney will present.
Teaching Assistants for Spring 2017:
If you are interested in being a Teaching Assistant for the Economics Department in Spring 2017, please apply using the link below by Friday, October 28 at noon (12:00pm). We will not accept late applications.
We will need TAs in ECON 110, 120, 251, 252, 255, 213, 215, 381, 385, 387, 457, 477, 514, 516, 521 and 523.  There may also be TA positions open in other economics classes. 

Please apply through the following link.
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On-Campus Recruiting:
Info Session: Opera Solutions - Solutions Analyst
Wednesday, October 5
Griffin 3
"Opera Solutions is excited to host an interactive Information Session. Students will learn more about the cutting-edge predictive analytics and consulting work provided to Fortune 500 clients across industries from Telecom, Airlines, Healthcare, Financial Services and more.  Please RSVP on Route 2."  More information here.


Other External Opportunities:
Interns - Economic Research
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
The Chicago Fed is currently recruiting for multiple Summer 2017 interns. The job description can be viewed here and here.

Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Program
Energy Policy Institute at The University of Chicago
EPIC is accepting applications for academic year 2017-2018.  Details here.

Research Assistants
Booth School of Business at The University of Chicago

Multiple full-time positions working on applied micro projects are available beginning in June 2017.
Application deadline:  November 1, 2016

Research Associates
Columbia Business School

Recruiting is underway to fill multiple positions beginning in July 2017. 
Application deadline: January 15, 2017
Graduate Schools:
Columbia University
"Columbia University’s PhD Program in Sustainable Development at the School of International Affairs (SIPA) is a fully-funded, highly competitive five-year program that combines the best of social and natural sciences/engineering to tackle the world’s most pressing problems. Students who are accepted to the program will conduct path-breaking research on a diverse set of topics, including climate change and its social consequences, energy systems, agriculture, water resources, disasters and conflict management, causes and solutions to extreme poverty, infectious disease, ecosystems, and others. This innovative program emphasizes rigorous and quantitative approaches to the natural and social sciences, particularly graduate level economics."  Application deadline:  December 15, 2016

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