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Leveraging her economics degree from Davidson College, Jassyran Kim '20 built a successful consulting career over the past three years, and is now entering a new chapter in her personal life as she starts a family in her Massachusetts hometown.
Davidson College econ professor sheds light on Fed’s tightrope walk following latest interest rate hike. Learn more about how the move might affect inflation.
Davidson College and U.S. Bank partner to offer a glimpse into the future with the 2023 economic forecast. Experts talk inflation, interest rates, the stock market, housing and other factors that could impact consumer behavior. Find out more.
Davidson College economist weighs in on the latest anticipated move to control inflation by the Federal Reserve–another interest rate hike. Find out more.
Davidson College economics professor cautions inflation is going to be around for a while, despite Fed interest rate hikes and new legislation. Read more.
A Davidson College professor and his students are bringing economics lessons to high school students in the classroom and through a new, affordable textbook they’ve co-authored.
Davidson College VP of Academic Affairs Philip Jefferson and alum Lorie Logan will work to steer the economy in their new roles with the Federal Reserve. Read more.
Verna Miller Case Research & Creative Works Symposium will bring the Davidson College community out to celebrate student art, research and performances.
Entrepreneur Jill Marcus ’86 brings creative cuisine to the Queen City’s restaurant scene, and business expertise to Davidson College students. Find out more.
Experts from U.S. Bank, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal and Davidson College offer economic forecast of what’s to come in 2022.
Find out what economic signs to watch for and why “prevention is better than the cure” when it comes to inflation from Davidson College expert Prof. Vikram Kumar.
While Dan Van Note '14 came to Davidson with next to no experience in the world of the arts, he developed a strong passion for it once here.
Find out how environmental measures in the Biden administration’s proposed infrastructure bill could have surprising and lasting effects on crime.
Twins Minne and Martha Iwamoto '91 are making a difference for vulnerable populations around the world.
Davidson College prepared Eric McKay and Rebekah Rush McKay for the craft beer business. Learn more about Hardywood Park Craft Brewery, and how the McKay’s are giving back.
The Hunter-Hamilton Love of Teaching Award seeks out and honors teachers who uniquely inspire the full potential of each student. This award is given to Davidson College faculty members judged by their peers to display an exemplary love of teaching.
Davidson College senior Langston Stephens wins Watson Fellowship to study how countries around the world handle housing inequities with the hope of changing the lives of Americans facing eviction and homelessness.
Economic experts frequently disagree, but a Davidson College-led national panel of four of them reached a consensus about the year ahead: The recovery will be swift…and uneven.
With the United States and China locked in a tit-for-tat trade war, two Davidson economics professors and experts in international trade illuminated the cost and complexity of this conflict between the world’s two largest economies.