The UW-Madison Economics Department is a highly ranked program dedicated to excellence in research and teaching. The department is one of the largest departments in the College of Letters and Science with more than 40 faculty, 1,400 undergraduate students, and 300 graduate students.
Save The Date for the Economics Graduation Event!
Congratulations 2023 Spring Graduates majoring in Economics! We are excited to celebrate you! Please save the date for: Thursday, May 11 2023!
Monona Terrace Convention Center
Doors open at 4:15pm
Students Must be seated by 4:50pm
Ceremony from 5:15-7:00pm
Econ Remembers Chancellor Emerita Rebecca Blank
We are deeply grateful to Chancellor Emerita Rebecca Blank for her decade of leadership of the university. The Economics and University of Wisconsin communities will miss her dearly.
Drop-in advising is available for all students on Wednesdays ONLY from 10 AM to noon and 1-4 PM in the Undergraduate Suite (7238 Social Sciences). Drop-in is first come, first served, so we recommend arriving promptly.
Declared AND non-declared students can also schedule an in-person or virtual advising appointment with an Academic Advisor throughout the week. All advising appointments should be scheduled through Starfish.
Director/Senior Director of Development, College of Letters & Science
The Director of Development is responsible for directly identifying, qualifying, engaging, and soliciting high-capacity prospects for major gift support in the amount of $25,000 or more, for the College of Letters & Science.
In pursuit of these objectives, the individual will also be asked to interact with and/or manage board and volunteer engagement and build productive relationships with academic partners.
What are Study Groups?
Study Groups connect students looking for peers to study with in the following Econ courses: Econ 101, 102, 301, 302, 310, and/or 410 (Econ 410 is newly added to study groups this Spring 2023 semester!).
Any questions? Reach out to our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Math Learning Center Study Skills Workshops
Do you feel like you are spending quite a bit of time studying and not getting anywhere?
Try the study skills workshop – study smarter not harder.
The workshop is self-paced, and self-directed. Pick the modules you want to focus on. You can choose from different types of notetaking, test-taking strategies, managing math/test anxiety, post-test analysis, and time management techniques.
Job Market Candidates
We are proud to announce the UW-Madison Economics Department Job Market Candidates for 2022-2023.