Professor Ashraf Professor Bakija Professor Shore-Sheppard Professor Bradburd Professor Jacobson Professor Watson Professor Zimmerman Professor Sheppard Professor LaLumia Professor Gentry Professor Caprio Professor Chao Professor Kuttner Professor Nafziger Professor Olney Professor Montiel Professor Rai Professor Pedroni Professor Gibson Professor Rappaport Dr. Svensson
Pictured faculty (from L to R):
Front row: Anand Swamy, Ralph Bradburd, Quamrul Ashraf  Second Row: Ken Kuttner, Tara Watson, Stephen Sheppard, Sara LaLumia, Lara Shore-Sheppard Third Row: Matthew Chao, Steven Nafziger, Sarah Jacobson, Greg Casey, Greg Phelan, Peter Montiel Fourth Row: Ashok Rai, Owen Thompson, Susan Godlonton, David Zimmerman, Peter Petroni, Jon Bakija
. Faculty not pictured: Michael Samson, Lucie Schmidt, Matthew Gibson, Will Olney, David Love, Jerry Caprio, Bill Gentry, Roger Bolton, Michael Fortunato, and Peter S. Heller.


Econ Advising for Rising Juniors and Seniors:

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For an overview of professions that utilize economics, this brief educational video, developed by The American Economic Association, may be relevant and useful.