Carol  Goldburg

Executive Director, Undergraduate Economics Program
Adjunct Professor of Economics

PHONE

412-268-7187

OFFICE

GSIA - Tepper School of Business - Room 130

AREA OF EXPERTISE

EDUCATION

Carnegie Mellon University - Ph D (Political Economy and Economics) - 1994
Carnegie Mellon University - MS (Political Economy and Economics) - 1989
Carnegie Mellon University - MS (Applied History and Social Sciences) - 1986
Carnegie Mellon University - BS (Mathematics) - 1984
Institut Catholique de Paris - Certificates in Translation and Interpretation (French) (French Language: Translation and Interpretation) - 1982

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Political Economy. Applied Game Theory. History of Economic Thought.

PUBLICATIONS

AWARDS AND HONORS

  • Greek Life - Outstanding Advisor (2012)
  • Greek Life - Outstanding Advisor (2011)
  • Greek Life - Outstanding Advisor (2010)
  • Greek Life - Outstanding Advisor (2007)

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • University Academic Review Board (ARB), University Conduct Board Member , Academic Violations, (2013 - )
  • University Committee on Discipline (UDC), University Conduct Board Member, Non-Academic Violations, (2013 - )
  • Study Abroad Advisory Committee, Committee Member, (2010 - )
  • MAYUR - SASA, Faculty Advisor, Mayur - The South Asian Student Alliance, Carnegie Mellon's largest South Asian organization, is a highly-active, non-profit organization that sponsors and organizes various social and cultural activities for students. , (2008 - )
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PUBLIC SERVICE

  • Family Services of Western Pennsylvania, CMU liason with FSWP and advisor to CMU students participating in MoneyThink, Partnered with FSWP to create MoneyThink - CMU chapter., (2012 - 2013)
  • Family Services of Western Pennsylvania, Guest Speaker, Taught part of the WIBO Curriculum to FSWP Clients. (Workshop in Business Opportunities), (2012 - 2013)
  • Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Guest Speaker, Organized a session on game theory (part of STEM) for 7th-8th grade girls at MLK, Jr. School. Attended the final projects demonstrations., (2012 - 2012)

COURSES TAUGHT

  • FRESHMAN SEMINAR (73101)
    2014 Section: A
    2013 Section: A
  • Economics Colloquium (73450)
    2013 Section: A
    2012 Section: A
  • First Year Seminar in Economics (73101)
    2012 Section: A, B
  • Freshman Seminar in Economics (73101)
    2012 Section: A
    2011 Section: A
    2010 Section: A
    2009 Section: A, A
    2008 Section: A, A
    2007 Section: A, A
    2006 Section: A
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Carol Goldburg