Three professors of Economics will open their classes to the Yale community during the week of October 8-12, for the Fall 2018 Faculty Bulldog Days. The week-long event provides an opportunity for Yale faculty and staff across the campus to attend courses and to become more engaged in the Yale community of scholars.
According the initiative’s mission, faculty open their classrooms to their peers “in the spirit of making teaching more public.” The event presents an opportunity to observe the wealth of deep knowledge addressed in Yale classrooms every day.
The list of Economics faculty, course titles, times and locations are listed below:
Economics 433, Economics of Space - Costas Arkolakis
Monday, October 8, 9:00 AM - 10:15 PM - A. K. Watson Hall - 51 Prospect Street, Room 39
Economics 121, Intermediate Microeconomics - Tilman Börgers
Tuesday, October 9, 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM - Davies Auditorium, Becton Center - 15 Prospect Street
Economics 475, Discrimination in Law, Economic Theory, and Practice - Gerald Jaynes
Wednesday, October 10, 9:25 AM - 11:20 AM - Pauli Murray College - 130 Prospect Street, Room 83
To attend any of the Faculty Bulldog classes, participants are required to register. A full list of courses can be found on the registration page. Registration closes Friday, October 5 at 8:30 a.m.
Beginning in the spring 2015, the Yale’s Center for Teaching and Learning sponsored initiative has seen more than 100 faculty open their courses to peers each term. Past Bulldog Days have seen more than 150 faculty register to attend at least one of the open courses, with more than 600 unique people having taken part in the activity.
For more information about the program, visit the Faculty Bulldog Days webpage.