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Dr. William C. Wood

woodwc@jmu.edu
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JMU Faculty William WoodProfessor of Economics & Director, Center for Economic Education

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Grants

  • April 2011

    Dr. William C. Wood (J.W. and Alice S. Marriott Faculty Fellow; Director, Center for Economic Education; Professor, Economics) received $83,030 from Shenandoah Valley Economic Education Inc. for the Economic Education Consultant Program to provide school systems of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County with economic teacher consultation, training and assistance with materials.

  • March 2013

    Dr. William C. Wood (J.W. and Alice S. Marriott Faculty Fellow; Director, Center for Economic Education; Professor, Economics) received $60,499 from Shenandoah Valley Economic Education Inc. for "Economic Education Consultant Program" to continue a teacher outreach program in economic education.

  • July 2014

    Dr. William C. Wood (J.W. and Alice S. Marriott Faculty Fellow; Professor, Economics; Director, Center for Economic Education) received $64,818 from Shenandoah Valley Economic Education Inc. for an economic education consultant program to improve economic literacy in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.

Honors

  • March 2012

    Dr. Kenn Barron (Professor, Psychology), Dr. David Bernstein (Professor, Computer Science), Dr. David Daniel (Professor, Psychology), Kimberly Duvall (Lecturer, Psychology), Dr. Steven Guerrier (Professor, History), Larry Huffman (Instructor, Learning, Technology and Leadership Education), Dr. Raymond Hyser (Professor, History), Dr. David Jaynes (Associate Professor, Biology), Dr. Scott Lewis (Associate Professor, Chemistry), Dr. Paul Warne (Professor, Mathematics and Statistics) and Dr. William Wood (Professor, Economics) are profiled in "The Best 300 Professors," a guidebook to America's top undergraduate professors published by The Princeton Review. The education services company developed the project in partnership with RateMyProfessors.com and selected the professors in the book based on qualitative and quantitative data from survey findings and ratings collected by both organizations.

Publications

  • December 2011

    Dr. William C. Wood (J.W. and Alice S. Marriott Faculty Fellow; Director, Center for Economic Education; Professor, Economics) and Mark C. Schug wrote "Economic Episodes in American History," a textbook published byWohl Publishing Inc., Morristown, N.J.