Need some female faces!
I am looking through MRU's videos and I am excited to include some in my courses here at St. Catherine University. Perhaps because I teach at a women's college, I am struck by the lack of female economists in the videos. For that matter, there is a lack of diversity on many dimensions. So many good economists out there! Can you tap some who will show my students that their faces are reflected in our field? Thanks!!
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I wanted to let you know that some videos currently in early production will be taught by a female economist. Our current Office Hours series is taught by our instructional designer, Mary Clare Peate.
A couple of our older courses (Mexico's Economy: Current Prospects and History, and Economic History of the Soviet Union) were taught by women as well.
Please let me know if you have other feedback, or if there's anything we can do to support you in your teaching. You can comment here or get in touch with me directly at meg [at] mruniversity [dot] com.