Tonight at DePaul – Financial Town Hall Forum

16 Oct

If the dizzying amount of financial news has got you confused (or a little spooked), come to the Loop for a town hall forum, “Financial Rescue Package: Will It Work?”, sponsored by the Department of Economics and the new Master of Science in Economics and Policy Analysis.

Guest speakers are:

  • Michael Miller, associate professor of economics, DePaul
  • Robert Kallen, visiting professor of economics, DePaul
  • John Miller, clinical assistant professor of finance and executive director of the International Center for Futures and Derivatives, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Loreto Peter Alonzi, professor of economics and finance, Dominican University
  • Colette Holt, an attorney who represents public agencies and private firms on issues related to civil rights, employment issues, public contracting and affirmative action.

The event starts tonight at 7 p.m. at the University Center, 525 S. State St., 2nd Floor Conference Center.
Read more at the DePaul Newsroom.

One Response to “Tonight at DePaul – Financial Town Hall Forum”

  1. PatyHingle January 9, 2009 at 12:16 pm #

    President-elect Barack Obama delivered a speech today, January 8, 2009. Obama discussed the current economic crisis and urged Congress to act quickly in passing a stimulus bill, warning that the recession could become
    (Video + Transcript)
    Infrastructure? What is he thinking? The US has some of the best infrastructure in the world. Anyone who has traveled can see that. Only Europe has better… and not ALL of Europe. Not only that, but there are 250,000 people out of work on Wall Street, and Obama is going to hand them all a shovel? …NONSENS !

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