At Landmark: 1st Annual Morgan Le Fay Symposium Keynote 10/1/16

Economist Paul McCulley offers “A Civics Lesson for the Real World” as the keynote speaker at the first symposium of Landmark College’s Morgan Le Fay Center for Advances in Economics, Business, and Entrepreneurship Instruction, held Saturday, October 1, on Landmark College’s campus.


The symposium, titled “Understanding Our Neurodiverse World: A Symposium on Best Practices for Teaching Business and Economics to Students Who Learn Differently,” also featured a discussion panel consisting of current Landmark College students and moderated by Peter Fisher, senior lecturer at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business; and presentations by Dr. Oskar Harmon of the University of Connecticut; Dr. Manju Banerjee, LC’s vice president for educational research and innovation; and Landmark College faculty Jim Koskoris and Dr. Matthew Pham.

 

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