The Department of Economics is looking to hire two new faculty positions, both of which start in September of 2020. Those interested can apply through the below links.
2019-2010 Job Market Candidates Our 2019-20 job market candidates are available for interviews at the 2020 AEA/ASSA meetings in San Diego for employment beginning in Autumn 2020. This page will be updated frequently. For more information, contact:
Undergraduate Economics academic counselor Patrick Pineda is ringing in ten years of supporting students at the University of Washington. Patrick is a Seattle native and a University of Washington Alumnus, earning his BA in American Ethnic Studies. In September of 2006, shortly after finishing his undergraduate studies, he began working as an Academic Counselor Intern in the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs. He was brought on as a full time Academic Counselor in October of 2009, and joined the Economics Department as a Senior Academic Counselor in January of 2010.
November 9, 2019 // University of Washington, Seattle The 8th annual West Coast Workshop in International Finance will be held at:The University of Washington, Seattle, on Saturday, November, 9th.Savery 264[Map] Registration
Representing ten countries across four continents, 19 new students are beginning their academic journeys toward their PhDs. They will dive straight into yearlong course sequences in micro- and macroeconomics, as well as econometrics. In addition, all incoming PhD students receive hands-on training in teaching economics, which will serve them well both as teaching assistants and in their future careers.