Student SpotlightAnnabel Ramsay '25
Majors: Economics, Asian Studies
internships: rxsense, bce consulting
Study abroad: new taipei city, taiwan
"Coming into college, I wasn’t sure economics was the right major for me. It was the professors in the economics department who made me believe that I was capable. I’ve spent hours with various professors outside of class time, re-working problems, asking for explanations, or simply talking through what's going on in my personal life.
What I’ve discovered is that I love the policy side of economics, examining the real-world implications of governmental decisions. I view economics as sort of the ultimate liberal arts course of study. Economics subject matter delves into political science, history, sociology, critical social studies–bleeding into gender studies, and racial studies, etc. It's also highly applicable to various career paths, and I know my economics course work and experiences with professors have been tools to lean on during my various internships."