Upper class economics concentrators serve as peer advisors to underclassmen. Peer advisors provide
information that can be helpful for course selection, concentration choice (econ vs. applied math econ
vs math econ vs. CS econ), internships, RAing, TAing, graduate school, study abroad, etc.
Below is a list of peer advisors and a short description of their areas of interest, contact information, and
office hours. We suggest you select a peer advisor with listed interests in line with your own and contact them directly with any questions. Peer advisors will also host events during shopping period and before concentration declarations are due. See Events Calendar for when these will be scheduled.
Name:William Weber Hometown: Doylestown, PA Class: Senior (2015) Concentration: Economics Also familiar with: Wall Street internships, government internships and study abroad. Internship experience includes Morgan Stanley, a hedge fund in Hong Kong (LIM Advisors), a venture capital in Singapore (Innosight Ventures), the White House Council of Economic Advisers, the White House National Economic Council, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Justice Department. I am a former TA for Financial Accounting and a current TA for the Entrepreneurial Process. I spent my junior year studying economics at Oxford University in the United Kingdom. Academic Interests: Labor Economics, Finance, Global Macro and Entrepreneurship