Topical Seminar Series 2014: How Do Issues of International Trade Affect Markets?
ATTENTION Economics and History Teachers…
COMING TO YOU IN A NEW TOPICAL SEMINAR SERIES 2014: How Do Issues of International Trade Affect Markets?
PD Credits Awarded: 2.5 hours
Where: Duncan Center, 500 Lockerman St., Dover, DE.
Dates & Time: 4:30 -7:30 pm (Dinner included)
March 19 Topic: Global Motivations: Honda, Toyota, and the
Drive Toward American Manufacturing
Speaker: Professor Jonathan Russ
UD Department of History
April 16 Topic: Issues of International Trade
Speaker: Professor Carlos Asarta,
Director, Center for Economic Education
500 West Loockerman Street
Center for Economic Education & Entrepreneurship
The University of Delaware Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship (CEEE) in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics was founded in 1971 to address the absence of economics in the K through 12 curriculum with the goal of ensuring all students graduating from Delaware high schools would be well grounded in economics with the knowledge and skills to be productive citizens.
In 1981, the CEEE established the Master of Arts in Economics and Entrepreneurship for Educators graduate program. The program serves to establish a network of teachers across the country and throughout the world to develop, implement and exchange meaningful economic, financial and entrepreneurial education programs. Those teachers have gone on to train other teachers in their states and regions, thereby leveraging the impact of the MAEEE program.