Annual St. Louis Fed Professors Conference

Effective teaching in the classroom requires that professors know their material, keep up to date on changes in the field, and use innovative and engaging teaching methods. This can be daunting: It's much easier to maintain the status quo. The annual St. Louis Fed Professors Conference provides educators with a venue both to learn about innovative classroom instruction and to share their own ideas.

Registration is now open and proposal submissions are being accepted for the 2023 Professors Conference, which runs Nov. 2-3. This year’s theme is active learning in the college classroom. We hope you’ll join us!

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Watch a video from the 16th annual conference, "Diversity in the Economics Classroom and in the Discipline"

Martha Olney, University of California, Berkeley, presented "Addressing Diversity and Inclusion through Pedagogy."

Materials from past conferences

2018, Diversity in the Economics Classroom and in the Discipline: Videos | Presentations

2017, Solid Content and Engaging Pedagogy: Presentations

View more presentations (2004-2016).

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