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|Assistant Professor of Economics
Associate Director,Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship
342 Purnell Hall
E-mail: meszarosudel [dot] edu
- B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1967
- M.Ed., University of Delaware, Education, 1980
- Ph.D., Education, University of Delaware, 1986
- Economics for Educators
- Civics and Economics for Teachers
Activities and Honors:
- Leon and Margaret Slocomb Professional Excellence Award
- Bessie B. Moore Service Award, National Council on Economic Education
- Harry J. Carman Award for Outstanding Achievement and Professional Excellence in Social Studies
- William Forbes Award for Excellence in Economic Education
- Education Alumni Association Commitment of Education Award
- DuPont Company’s Environmental Respect Award
- President, National Association of Economic Educators
- Board of Directors, Delaware Financial Literacy Institute
- Women for Financial Independence Advisory Group
- Delaware State Testing Program, Item Writing and Content Review Committees
- Honor Society, Phi Delta Kappa
- Co-Director and Faculty, National Council on Economic Education’s International Training of Writers Program.
- Focus: Globalization (with Sandra Odorzynski, Phil Van Fossen, William Boshardt), 2006, National Council on Economic Education, 2006.
- Economics: From Here to There, Editor (with Mary Suiter), National Council on Economic Education, 2006.
- “Teaching about Saving and Investing in the Elementary and Middle School Grades,” (with Mary Suiter), Social Education, 69:2 (March 2005), 92-95.
- Focus: High School Economics, 2nd edition, (with Sarapage McCorkle, Mark Schug, Michael Watts), National Council on Economic Education, 2001.
- “The Voluntary National Content Standards in Economics: From Standards to Classroom Implementation,” (with Laurie Engstrom) Social Studies & The Young Learner, 11:2 (November/December 1998), pp. 7-12.
- "Voluntary Economics Content Standards for America’s Schools: Rationale and Development," (with John Siegfried), The Journal of Economic Education, 29:2 (Spring 1998), pp.139-149.
- “What Should High School Graduates Know in Economics,” (with John Siegfried), American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 87:2 (1997), pp. 247-253.