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Stanford Economics Association (SEA)

SEA 2018-19 Executive Board

2018-2019 SEA Executive Board

Caroline Gao, photographer

The Stanford Economics Association (SEA) is a student-run group of Economics majors and other students interested in economics. 

Website: http://web.stanford.edu/group/sea/cgi-bin/wordpress/

Each generation of students decides on the goals of the SEA, and the range of activities is bounded only by students’ energy and enthusiasm. All students interested in economics are welcome to be a part of the SEA. Recently, its objectives and activities have been to:

  • promote student-faculty interaction in the form of faculty lunches, and other social events such as majors night
     
  • provide an opportunity for Economics majors and students interested in Economics to express their academic interest in the form of an undergraduate economics journal, Comparative Advantage; weekly conversations and competitions among other initiatives
     
  • encourage student-alumni interaction through career nights and topical economic policy discussions
     
  • encourage student-student interaction through methods such as the Peer Advising program as well as through social events
     
  • work with the Economics Department for curricular improvement
     
  • host annual Stanford Pre-Collegiate Economics Competition
SEA Executive Board for 2018-2019  
Co-Presidents

Emily Ruan (emruan@stanford.edu)

Mary ZhuMary Zhu (maryzhu@stanford.edu)

Head of Events Sana GujralSana Gujral (sgujral@stanford.edu)
Head of Marketing & Tech Caroline GaoCaroline Gao (cggao@stanford.edu)
Head of Faculty Lunches Sanjaye NarayanSanjaye Narayan (sanjayen@stanford.edu)
Financial Officer

Christine WeyChristine Wey (cswey@stanford.edu)

Co-Editor-in-Chief of Comparative Advantage Ruru HoongRuru Hoong (ruruh@stanford.edu)
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Comparative Advantage Daniel WainstockDaniel Wainstock (dancw@stanford.edu)
Head of SPEC (Stanford Pre-Collegiate Economics Competition) Aaron HanAaron Han (than21@stanford.edu)