Interested in Joining an Economics Student Clubs or Honors Society?
Women and Diversity in Economics
An organization at USF that aims to support and advance diversity and female representation within economics. The group creates opportunities to develop technical and research skills, highlight minorities from the field, facilitate dialogues and discussions, collaborate over research ideas and develop student and alumni networks of support, with the goal to make economics truly accessible to all.
The club is open to members of any gender or ethnicity who share our love for economics and commitment to the club's mission.
Membership is open to both undergraduate and graduate students at USF.
Questions or want to join? Please contact:
- Angira Shukla, Co-President, IDEC: email@example.com
- Brooke Johnson, Co-President, MSAE firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kendall Johnson, Vice President: email@example.com
- Contact womenineconusfca@
gmail.com for information.
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Omicron Delta Epsilon is one of the world's largest academic honor societies and has more than 680 chapters located in Australia, Canada, Egypt, France, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The Alpha Chi Chapter of California at the University of San Francisco aims to recognize scholastic attainment and honor outstanding achievements in economics, establish closer ties between students and faculty in economics within and among colleges and universities, publicize its official journal, The American Economist, and sponsor panels at professional meetings as well as the Irving Fisher and Frank W. Taussig competitions.
- Completion of 12 credit hours of economic courses
- Attainment of a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or better in economics courses and an overall Grade Point Average of at least 3.0
- Students should be making the study of Economics one of their major interests
For more information on the Alpha Chi Chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, please contact Professor Michael Jonas, the Faculty Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Randomistas (Outdoor Intramural Economics Graduate Soccer Team)
The term “randomistas’ is a nickname that was given to the Nobel-awarded trio: Esther Duflo, Abhijit Banerjee, and Michael Kremer, who popularized a form of study called “randomized control trials” which has had a significant impact on being able to measure the effect of a specific intervention (e.g. does providing free deworming pills to schoolchildren decrease the number of missed school days in a village?). Intramural Soccer connects different cohorts, and to bring IDEC & MSAE students together in a fun and engaging way. All skill levels are welcome.