TEA helps grow its members professionally, socially, and academically by providing powerful speakers, helpful tutoring sessions, and fun socials.
The Texas Economics Association is the economics student organization of the University of Texas at Austin, sponsored by the Department of Economics. We focus on four areas: professional development, community service, academic advancement, and social experience. Meetings have included corporate speakers, local entrepreneurs, job recruiters, and academic panels. Socials have included parties, free
Operating as usual
Hello everyone! This Thursday TEA will be having our second meeting of the semester at 7:00 PM in BRB 1.118. We'll be hearing Professor Stephen Trejo speak about a major area of his research: the economic progress of Mexican Americans across immigrant generations. We hope to see you all there!
Hello everyone! We hope that your spring semester is off to a good start. TEA will be holding its first meeting of the semester on Tuesday, February 8th at 7:00 PM in BRB 1.118. We're deviating from our typical Thursday meeting just this once due to the weather conditions tomorrow. There will also be a Zoom option for those not comfortable meeting in person.
As always, this meeting is open to all majors! We'll be going over our semester plans with respect to guest speakers, workshops, and socials. Also, TEA now has an Instagram! We encourage you to follow, along with our GroupMe and Facebook, via the QR code below.
We hope to see you there!
This Thursday, November 3rd at 7:00 PM, TEA will be having our second social of the semester at the Torre rooftop. This will be a good time to socialize and connect with your fellow economics majors and we hope to see you there! There will be food and drinks.
This Thursday, October 21st at 7pm in BRB 1.118 TEA will be having our second meeting!
The purpose of this week’s meeting will be a resume workshop, where we’ll be covering everything from proper resume formatting to specific things to avoid. We’ll also be looking at what to do in the context of a real world example (from one of our officers).
We hope to see you there and as always there will be food!
Here are the slides from yesterday's general meeting!
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TEA will be having our first general meeting on Thursday, September 30th at 7:00 pm in BRB 1.118. We'll be discussing the various ways you can get the most out of your economics major given your post-graduate plans and interests. We hope to see you there and of course, there will be food!
Hello everyone, we've decided to update the day/time of our first bowling social happening this week:
TEA will be holding our first social of the semester on Thursday, September 23rd at 5 pm in the Texas Union. We'll be bowling at the Union Underground, the price of admission is $4 per person. We hope to see you there
Hello everyone! Texas Economics Association will be holding our first information session of this semester in BRB 1.118 at 7:00 pm on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 (tomorrow).
We'll be discussing our semester plans for speakers and professional development activities. This is a great opportunity to meet the TEA officer core and other economics students! (There will also be food)
We hope to see you there!
Hello Everyone! Below is a form that is REQUIRED to run for an officer position. Descriptions of the positions are in the form. Elections will be held on Monday, May 10th at 6pm. Please attend the meeting in order to vote for the 21-22 officers.
The form is DUE by MAY 3rd AT 11:59PM
if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Alyssa Hensley VIA facebook messenger or email ([email protected])
*anyone can run for positions but it is preferable that the president is a past TEA officer*
TEA Officer Election Submission Form 2021 Officer elections will be held over zoom on Monday, May 10th at 6pm. Zoom link will be posted about a day in advance with the password. This form is necessary to fill out if you are running so that we can keep track of who is running for what. PLEASE do not apply to more than two positions. THIS FOR...
Hi everyone! Here is a calendar for all TEA events for the rest of February.
Here are some important links:
Private Facebook where event links are shared: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2341765619
Link to Join Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gDIejL
and link to GroupMe if you cannot scan QR Code:
We hope to see you at our future events!
Good morning! TEA will be at the Spring 2021 Virtual Organization Fair today from 11am-3pm! Please stop by to ask questions, get to know the officers, and more.
We hope to see you there!
CORRECT ZOOM LINK: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/97712032544
Join the TEA for our first general meeting of the semester! This week, we welcome Gabrielle Dedmon, who is graduated with a degree in economics and now works for Mammomet USA South Inc. Learn and network today, September 16, 2020, @ Zoom from 6 - 7 pm!
Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/91655828049
Good afternoon! Just a reminder that the officers will be on zoom today until 2pm! Feel free to join and ask questions!
Link to Zoom: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/2867434310
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Welcome back to the fall semester of 2020! We know most classes are virtual and we are announcing that TEA is virtual as well!
Come and attend our virtual tabling via Zoom at any of the dates & times below to learn about TEA Officers and plans for this virtual semester
Link to Zoom: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/2867434310
You are invited to attend the next talk in the Spring 2020 [email protected] alumni speaker series. The speaker will be Dona Cornell (BA 1982, JD 1986), who is the VP for legal affairs and general counsel for the University of Houston.
Please join us Friday 3/6, 2-3pm in RLP 1.302E (Glickman Conference Center).
Bio: Dona Cornell is the University of Houston System vice chancellor for legal affairs and general counsel and the University of Houston vice president for legal affairs and general counsel. In her role, she is responsible for all legal matters of the System and each of its campuses which includes transactional matters, all aspects of compliance and ethics, athletics issues, litigation management and advice and counsel regarding academic and student issues as well as many other legal matters affecting the System. Prior to her appointment, she served as the deputy chief of the General Litigation Division for the Texas Attorney General's office. As deputy chief for litigation, Cornell supervised thirty attorneys with responsibility for the 700-plus cases handled by the division. Previously she was a shareholder in the Austin-based law firm Morehead, Jordan & Carmona. Cornell earned her undergraduate and law degrees from The University of Texas at Austin.
You are invited to attend the next talk in the Spring 2020 [email protected] alumni speaker series. The speaker will be Dr. Julia Coronado (PhD 1997), who is the founder of Macro Policy Perspectives, an independent economics research firm based in New York.
Please join us Friday 2/7, 2-3pm in RLP 1.302E (Glickman Conference Center).
Bio: Dr. Julia Coronado is founder and principal of Macro Policy Perspectives (MPP), an independent US economics research firm based in New York. Julia is an economist with extensive experience in both policy making and financial markets. She has a PhD in Economics from the University of Texas and more than a decade of experience as a financial market economist serving as Chief Economist for Graham Capital Management and BNP Paribas, a Senior Economist at Barclays Capital and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington D.C where she regularly briefed the Board, contributed to the FOMC forecasts and represented the Federal Reserve at meetings of the OECD’s Committee on Financial Markets.
The meeting scheduled for today (02/05) has been cancelled.
UPDATE PLEASE READ:
The room for the first information session on Wednesday, January 29th has been changed to BRB 2.136
Join our private page for more info about TEA's upcoming events!
Officer Elections are on Wednesday! Apply for positions on the form below by the end of the day on Tuesday to participate.
TEA Officer Election Submission Form Officer elections will be at the last meeting of the year - next Wednesday, May 8th. You may apply to no more than TWO positions Applications are due by TUESDAY, May 7th at 11:59pm Applications are due by TUESDAY, May 7th at 11:59pm Applications are due by TUESDAY, May 7th at 11:59pm Officer Duties:...
TEA is playing volleyball again after our successful fall season! Games are at Greg and start at 11 pm on Tuesdays, starting tomorrow. Drop your EID below if you want to join the team. Girls needed!
TEA will be hosting a study session tomorrow in BRB 1.120 from 6-8 p.m. Come out if you need help with homework or if you just want some people to study with!
A new internship opportunity is available! See the image below for details.
The club is signing up to go to the Dallas Fed trip in April! Please consider signing up because it’ll be a fun and educational experience!
Don't forget: the deadline to register for the Dallas Fed Trip is THIS FRIDAY! Register and fill out your forms here: http://sites.utexas.edu/ecoadvising/dallas-fed-annual-group-trip/
Starting tomorrow, TEA will be hosting study sessions every Tuesday in BRB 1.120 from 6-8 p.m. Come out if you need help with homework or if you just want some people to study with!
Next Saturday, TEA will volunteer at Dobie Middle School as part of the Project! We'll be helping to paint and clean up the school. Sign up using the link below!
The Project 2019: Dobie Middle School - The Project - The University of Texas at Austin | The University of Texas at Austin Dobie Middle School is going to be our Headquarters for the day, where we do our volunteer registrat...
We’re in the BRB, about to walk over to Pluckers!
It's that time of year once again! We are now accepting applications to be part of TEA's Officer Board!
Any member can and is encouraged to apply! All positions except for President and VP are open to members at this time.
Applications are due Sunday, April 29 at 11:59 pm. Elections will be held on Wednesday, May 2 at 6 pm. You will be given two minutes to give a speech on election day. Additionally, you may send us a powerpoint slide for elections (recommended). Please reach out to us with any questions!
2018-2019 TEA Officer Application If you are planning to run for an officer position for Fall 2018 and Spring 2019, please fill out the following to the best of your abilities. Please read the text carefully!
Don't forget about our group study session in BRB 1.118 from 5-8 today!
Come out to the group study session in BRB 1.118 from 5-8 today!
🍪 Free homemade peanut butter cookies to anyone who comes out to our group study session tomorrow! 5-8PM in BRB 1.118 🍪
Hey guys! Less than 20 minutes away from our first ever Alumni Panel! Be sure to head on over to BRB 2.136 by 6 p.m. today! Come with any questions you have have for the panelists! Business casual not required, but definitely preferred!
Group study session in BRB 1.118 today from 5-8!
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