Diversity in economics is critical to ensuring that the right questions are being asked, yet less than 25 percent of economists are people of color, and no more than 30 percent of career economists are women. If you are an undergraduate student interested in learning where an economics degree can take you, we invite you to join us for the fourth annual Diverse Economics Conference (DivEc). The day-long conference will introduce you to diverse people in economics and share about the many career paths one can take in the field. One Field, Many Paths.
Students who attend the conference will:
If you’ve attended DivEc in the past, we encourage you to join us again! This year’s conference content and speakers will be different from years prior.
This year’s DivEc conference will take place in person in downtown Richmond, Virginia, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. We hope that you will travel to Richmond to spend the day networking with our speakers, research associates, economists and fellow students.
We do understand that travel is not possible for everyone. For those who prefer to attend virtually, we will offer a livestreamed version of the conference. Simply select the virtual attendance option at registration to receive a link to join the conference before it starts.
Once you register, follow us on social media and check out the #DivEc22 hashtag. We will be sharing experiences from previous attendees, tips for maximizing your conference experience and pictures from you and your fellow attendees!
Robins School of Business
Virginia Commonwealth University
This hybrid event includes virtual and in-person attendance options. Simply select which option works best for you when you register. Please be aware that you must follow the Richmond Fed’s COVID-19 protocols while on our premises. Details will be provided in advance of the event.