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Health Affairs publishes article by alum Mat Reidhead (BS/MA 2006).

Health Affairs publishes article by alum Mat Reidhead (BS/MA 2006).

Co-authored journal article entitled "Adding Socioeconomic Data To Hospital Readmissions Calculations May Produce More Useful Results."

Poster Presentation

Poster Presentation

Thomas Briggs, MA 2013, presenting his poster at the 2012 Undergraduate School Research Fair. Thomas began the Economics PhD program at Colorado State in Fall 2014.

Alumni Presenters on Career Day, April 10, 2013

Alumni Presenters on Career Day, April 10, 2013

L-R Ade Fanegan, Banking Center Mgr, UMB Bank; Ann Neff, Financial Analyst, Save-A-Lot; Gene Edmiston, Director of Pricing & Offer Mgmt, YP Holdings

Professor Susan Feigenbaum

Professor Susan Feigenbaum

Prof. Feigenbaum, co-author of "Principles of Microeconomics: The Way We Live" (Worth Publishers), teaching a principles of micro class.

Health Affairs publishes article by alum Mat Reidhead (BS/MA 2006).
Poster Presentation
Alumni Presenters on Career Day, April 10, 2013
Professor Susan Feigenbaum


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