ECON 212 - Racial Inequality and Discrimination (GT-SS1)

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Economic inequality based on race or ethnicity in the United States. Economic debates about sources, consequences, and remedies.

This course meets the All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC) requirements for Global and Cultural Awareness (Category 3E) and is approved under gtPathways in the content area of Economic or Political Systems (GT-SS1).


Teresa Perry

Teresa Perry is a 4th-year Ph.D. student interested in health and gender economics. Her dissertation incorporates an intersectional approach to studying addiction and substance use in economics. Perry also has research interests and projects in human trafficking and social media. She has been working on a project with Associate Professor Anders Fremstad and fellow Ph.D. candidate Sarah Small on the importance of textbooks in economics. In addition to her teaching experience at CSU, she was also a teaching fellow for Advanced Math for the AEASP Summer Program at Michigan State where she won best teaching fellow for the month of July 2020. For fun, Perry likes to hike, run, and hang out with her two dogs, Heidi and Bear, and cat, Max.

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