This post came up because of a conversation with other OMB writers. Specifically, Catherine said she was going to come and sit in on my class this fall; although the semester has started and her attendance has been pretty bad (haha). As an economics professor and Director of the UNO Center for Economic Education my […]
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On September 8, 2017 Equifax, one of the three largest credit bureaus, reported that in May-July of this year hackers had breached as many as 143 million Americans.
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Unlike the 10 Commandments your budget should not be written in stone and you should be prepared to change them as needed.
I have been a part of higher education in some capacity (student, grad student, instructor, professor) for almost 11 years now. It’s safe to say that college has been a big part of my life. While thinking about my daughter’s future (and possibly any future kids’ future) I regularly think about college. Should I pay […]
Omaha I moved to Omaha in May 2014. I’m originally from Aurora, CO. I entered the “great state” to attend Hastings College where I also competed on the Track and Field team. After graduation I moved to Lincoln to attend the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and completed my Ph.D. in Economics. My husband and I got […]