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Detroit Mercy Economics Club

Detroit Mercy Student Economics Club Officers

Do you love economics?

The Detroit Mercy Economics Club is open to all Detroit Mercy students regardless of their major. The group helps foster the interests that members have in economics through various events in the City of Detroit and continuous discussions of current events.

Meet the officers:

  • Ali Magyaros, economics major, president
  • Yongqiang Sun (Shaun Sun), financial economics major, vice president
  • Molly Kane, accounting major, secretary
  • James Baker, business major, treasurer
  • Jared Goestenkors, economics major, director of activities
  • Joseph A. Weglarz, lecturer in economics and faculty advisor for this club

Learning & Networking at the Detroit Economic Club

Detroit Mercy students at the Detroit Economic Club
Students from Detroit Mercy's Economics Club attended the Detroit Economic Club luncheon in March with featured speaker Timothy J. Sloan, CEO and president of Wells Fargo & Co. In addition to speaking on innovation and leadership, Sloan told the students how important his exposure to the liberal arts was to the success of his career. Sloan was a history and economics major at another university.

From left - back row: Joe Weglarz, Detroit Mercy lecturer in economics; Shaun Sun, Detroit Mercy student; Guy Gordon, News/Talk WJR 760, Timothy Sloan, Wells Fargo & Co.; Dr. Mark Schlissel, president, University of Michigan; Matthew Rimle, Detroit Mercy student; Matthew Skonecki Detroit Mercy student, and Jim Tish, Detroit Mercy table sponsor from Grant Thorton LLP.

From left - front row: Olivia Rapp, Detroit Mercy student; Christina Capling, Detroit Mercy student; Jared Goestenkors Detroit Mercy student; and Harry Veryser, Detroit Mercy adjunct professor of economics.

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