Years at Knox: 2000 to present
Ph.D., 2002, Northwestern University.
B.A., 1987, Amherst College.
Industrial organization, environmental and natural resource economics, information economics.
"Promoting Economic Literacy Through Information Literacy in Introductory Economics Classes." Effective Teaching of Economic Principles Session, American Economic Association Meetings, San Diego, California, 2004.
"The Effect of Imperfect Product Characteristic Information in a Horizontal Model of Product Differentiation." Western Economic Association Meetings, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2004.
"When Will it End?: Using Uncertain Repetition to Teach the Infinitely-Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma in a Classroom Game." Teaching Methods to Promote Active Learning poster session, American Economic Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002.
"Price and Welfare Effects of Imperfect Information in a Hotelling Duopoly." Information and Firm Behavior Session, Midwest Economics Association Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, 2002.
Campus & Community Involvement
Faculty Consultant, Social Sciences McNair Program.
Member, Faculty Advisory Committee on Internships.
Member, Athletic Committee.
Member, Fall Institute Planning Group.
Faculty Advisor and Coach, co-ed (Fall) and women's (Spring) Water Polo Clubs.
Member, Ad Hoc Parking Committee.
Member, Financial Development & Budget Committee.
Britt Anderson encourages current Knox students to take classes in constitutional law, LSAT preparation, and to be ready to focus only on the study of law.
Scholar John Agnew aims to debunk myths and promote a better understanding of the dimensions of immigration in the United States and elsewhere.
A double-major in English literature and gender and women's studies, she walks in the footsteps of James Joyce and other writers, gaining a better understanding of them and their work.