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Apply Now for the Fall 2017 McLane Teammates
The McLane Teammates Reading Program is a one semester, non-credit reading group where participants read and discuss selections from classic works and from contemporary scholars that address important questions in political economy. Participants that successfully complete the program receive a $1,000 scholarship.
The theme for the fall 2017 program is Economics and Social Issues: Markets and the Marginalized. Participants will read and discuss classic and contemporary works by scholars such as Claudia Goldin, Walter Williams, and Thomas Leonard, among other scholars, that examine how disadvantaged groups fare in wealthy societies.
For more general information about the program, please visit the Student Programs page. Interested applicants should carefully review the program information and requirements to ensure eligibility and availability to meet the program requirements. More information about the fall 2017 program, including a link to the registration page, can be found at the above link.
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