Classes: Fall 2014

Economics 201-002: Principles of Microeconomics

Economics 300-001: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Finance 316-001: Quantitative Methods in Business and Economics

 

 

Tips for Efficiently Searching the Internet Using Google.

 

Advice worth considering:

Steven Jobs Commencement Speech at Stanford

J. K. Rowling Commencement Speech at Harvard

The following are links to lectures and webpages that feature the work and legacy of Prof. Randy Pausch. He has been a recognized pioneer in the area of virtual reality and learning for many years, but more recently gained broader recognition for giving his "Last Lecture" at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. At the time, Randy Pausch had terminal pancreatic cancer and was not given long to live, yet the title of his lecture is "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams." He died on July 25, 2008. Below are links to several versions of the lecture as well as a lecture he gave on time management as his farewell address at the University of Virginia. I also have included links to other resouces that contain good, upbeat, useful advice about other things...like working in teams, etc.

Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams:
full version (without introductions)

Time Management:
full version

Professor Gabriel Robins "Legacy of Randy Pausch" page:
Links to other lectures and media coverage

Randy Pausch's website:
Many links...including the book and the Alice Project

Wikiipedia article on Randy Pausch's life