David Korslund '76 addresses sustainable banking
Students in the Financial Management Seminar with alumni Jim McWethy and Bob McClennan '65
Professor David Yamanishi and students at the Athgo conference 2008
Author Robert Frank discusses his book, "The Economic Naturalist," with students
Former Congressman and 9/11 Commissioner Tim Roemer
Cornell President Les Garner led a case study of an Uruguyan blueberry farm
Professor Santhi Hejeebu travels to Chicago with her U.S. Business and Economic History course
Katie Gieszler '10 completed an internship with the State of Iowa Economic Development Office
Students from the Entrepreneurship course listen as classmates ring the bell on College Hall
Pablo Sitjar, from Uruguay, speaks in an International Economics course
Business Boot Camp participants discuss business plans
The Managerial Economics course with visitors from Van Meter Industrial
Mara Oda '10 completed an independent research project at the Newberry Library
Berry Center for Economics, Business, and Public Policy
The Berry Center for Economics, Business, and Public Policy provides distinctive academic enrichment programs for undergraduates in applied economics and public policy. Students extend theory into practice by learning how economic analysis is applied to decision-making in the business and public sectors. Experiential learning is central to the Berry Center’s mission. The Center supports internships, visiting speakers, undergraduate research, student conference participation, reading groups, and off-campus study.
The Berry Center is supported by a generous endowment created by Jim McWethy '65. An independent businessman from the Chicago area, Mr. McWethy named the Berry Center in honor of his grandfather, Lester Berry, whose vision and ambition inspired him.