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Updated: February 29, 2000

ECONOMICS WOMEN'S GROUP

Female faculty and graduate students started meeting during the Fall of 1995. The purpose of the meetings is to address concerns specific to women in the department, as well as, to support each other.
When
Time
Where
Discussion topics
February 25, 2000
1:00 p.m.
116 O'Shaughnessy Hall
Brown bag lunch to discuss issues facing women on the job market.
October 25, 1999
8:00 p.m.
Esther-Mirjam's home
First meeting of the academic year; choosing a new chairperson; discussing future plans.
October 3, 1998
7:00 p.m.
Vesna's and Maiju's apartment
First meeting of the semester, welcoming new graduate students, choosing a new chairperson.
February 27, 1998
5:00 p.m.
Mishawaka Brewing 
Company
Meeting of economics graduate students and faculty to discuss the future plans for the EWG.
November 16, 1997 7:30 pm Decio 131. Meeting of economics graduate and undergraduate students and faculty to discuss studying economics at Notre Dame, courses offered by the Department in the Spring of 1998, how to prepare for Graduate School and job prospects after graduation.
November 1, 1997 5:00 pm Mishawaka Brewing Company. Meeting of graduate students and faculty to welcome new graduate students and to discuss graduate studies in Economics and future plans for the EWG.
March 24, 1997 7:00 pm Decio 131. Studying economics at Notre Dame; graduate and undergraduate experiences, courses offered by the Department in the Fall of 1997, how to prepare for Graduate School 
November 4, 1996 7:00 pm Wilson Commons. Meeting of graduate and undergraduate students to discuss studying economics and career potentials.
September 18, 1996 7:00 pm Patty's Place. Welcoming new graduate students and making plans for EWG for the Fall 1996 semester. 
March 27, 1996 7:00 pm Nienke Oomes' Place. Studying economics at Notre Dame; undergraduate experiences and job prospects for an economics major.
February 28, 1996 6:30 pm Kanchana Ruwanpura's place. Presentation of Patricia Ledesma's research: "Financial liberalization in a dollarized economy. Peru 1990-1995".
January 24, 1996 6:30 pm Sarah George's place. Presentation of Elizabeth Jimenez-Zamora's research: "From the Highlands to the Labor Markets: A Case Study of Participation of Bolivian Peasant Migrants in the Labor Markets".
November 1, 1995 6:30 pm Leslie Fergerstrom's place. Discussion of feminist economics by Nienke Oomes.
September 13, 1995 7:00 pm Esther-Mirjam Sent's Place. Continuation of the general discussion about the desirability of having an economics women's group.
September 5, 1995 12:30 pm Decio 131 General discussion about the desirability of having an economics women's group. 

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