Ph.D., Economics, Florida State University
B.A., Florida Atlantic University
Dr. Austin Boyle is an assistant teaching professor of economics whose areas of interest and research include teaching and learning, housing markets, and walkability.
Ph.D., Economics, Kansas State University
B.A., Economics; B.A., Computer Science, Hastings College
Dr. David Brown serves as the director of the Undergraduate Studies program in the Department of Economics.
M.A., Economics, Kansas State University
B.A., Economics, Hastings College
Jaime Brown has taught Introductory Microeconomics, Introductory Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, and International Economics. She is especially interested in helping students see how economics connects to current events and other "hot topic" issues (immigration, gender wage gap, etc.).
Katherine S. Coll
M.A., Economics, University of Delaware
B.A., Economics and Mathematics, Salisbury University
Katherine S. Coll is an assistant teaching professor of economics. She teaches a variety of economics courses, including principles and intermediate microeconomics, macroeconomics, international trade, development, and labor economics. Her research interests focus on health care economics, with a special interest in the pharmaceutical industry. In 2017, she received the Filippelli Institute Award for Excellence in Online Teaching.
Ph.D., Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Math and Economics, University of Virginia
Dr. William Goffe is an associate teaching professor of economics whose interests include pedagogy and computational economics.
Ph.D., Economics, Georgia State University
M.S., Economics, University of North Texas
B.S., Economics, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
Dr. Paul Kagundu is associate director of the Undergraduate Studies program in the Department of Economics and a teaching professor of economics. His interests include development economics, public finance, and economics pedagogy.
Pitchayaporn "Peach" Tantihkarnchana
Ph.D., Economics, Washington State University
M.S., Economics, Washington State University
B.A., Economics, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Dr. Pitchayaporn "Peach" Tantihkarnchana is an assistant teaching professor of economics. Her areas of interest and research include environmental law, environmental and natural resources, and land development.