All posts by Christina Ng

This will be my third term with EconSoc and I am absolutely grateful for all the long lasting friends, connections and faulty that I've met and worked with. Our society focuses on academics and networking, but we certainly do not forget the social aspect! Feel free to give us an email if you have any questions! Good luck on your term!

Serena Ly

Q: What is one thing you miss about university?
A: This is difficult because there are quite a few things I miss about University.

Let’s start with the people. I think it just hit me that I won’t really be connected with so many individuals my age again to socialize with on a day-to-day basis whether it be my friends, classmates or even club-mates like UW EconSoc ;).

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Stephanie Lluis

Q: Where did you go to university?
A: I went to Panthéon Sorbonne university as an undergraduate student and did my Masters and PhD at the university of Montreal. I also spent two years as a graduate student visiting UBC.

Q: What area of study in economics do you specialize in?
A: Labour Economics

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Samantha St. Amand

Q: What is your current role and what does a typical day look like at your job?
A: I am a Research Associate at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). In one sentence, my job is to conduct research on a wide range of topics concerning the global economy. Day-to-day activities can vary extensively. I can be writing an op-ed one day, attending a conference the following day, and performing statistical modeling the rest of the week.

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Samra Khan

Q: What is one thing you miss about university?
A: There are many things I miss about university; the wealth of knowledge, being young and full of ideas, the all-nighters in the library, and the list goes on. But if I had to pick one, it would definitely be meeting  peers from all around the world.

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