Welcome!

Welcome to H2D2, an interdisciplinary seminar series based out of the Economics Department. The series meets every Tuesday from 11:30 - 12:50pm in Lorch Hall room 201, and covers topics ranging from health, to history, demography, and development. Lunch will be provided. The focus of H2D2 is to provide a friendly yet rigorous environment to receive feedback on ongoing work. Most sessions will feature two short 35 minute talks (as opposed to the 1 hr 20 minutes norm of other lunches). 

Graduate students who are interested in presenting in the seminar should contact H2D2 coordinators to inquire about presentation times. All student presenters will need a faculty sponsor.

Audience members at H2D2 Research Day 2018
Audience members at H2D2 Research Day 2018


Upcoming Events
We're looking forward to seeing you all again for the 2018-2019 H2D2 seminar series! Speakers are posted now.

Look out for updates about H2D2 Research Day 2019. More information coming soon.

University of Michigan Economics PhD student Connor Cole presenting at H2D2 Research Day 2018
University of Michigan Economics PhD student Connor Cole presenting at H2D2 Research
Day 2018.


Mailing List and Contact
If you would like to join our mailing list or if you have other questions, please contact us via email at h2d2.university.of.michigan@gmail.com

H2D2 is a student-run seminar series. Stephanie KarolElird HaxhiuThomas Helgerman, and Mattan Alalouf serve as student organizers for the 2018-2019 academic year. Professor Martha Bailey serves as a faculty adviser. 

Thank you 
We would like to thank the University of Michigan Office of Research, the Business Economics Area, the International Policy Center, the Population Studies Center, the Health Management and Policy Department at the School of Public Health, the Economics Department, MITRE, and Rackham Graduate School Interdisciplinary Workshops for their generous support of H2D2 during the 2018-2019 academic year. 

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