The University of Chicago: Graduate Studies

Masterclass with Thomas Coleman

Wednesday, February 23, 2022 at 5:00 PM until 6:00 PMCentral Standard Time

The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy is pleased to share our ongoing Masterclass series, featuring our world-renowned faculty and instructors to provide insight into their expertise and the classroom experience at Harris.

Join us for engaging, real-time class sessions with other prospective students to experience the Harris classroom. This series has been designed specifically for prospective full-time, part-time, and credential students interested in better understanding the unique UChicago Harris experience.

Join this session with Senior Lecturer Thomas Coleman on what students can expect to learn and what differentiates UChicago economics from other institutions. This session will focus on "Monetary Theory and Chicago Economics: How Milton Friedman and Anna Schwartz saved the world in 2008."

Thomas Coleman, PhD'84, is focused on teaching students about financial markets. Prior to returning to the University of Chicago, Coleman worked in the finance industry for over twenty years, with considerable experience in trading, risk management, and quantitative modeling. Positions included head of Quantitative Analysis and Risk Control at Moore Capital Management, LLC; a director and founding member of Aequilibrium Investments, Ltd., a London-based hedge fund manager; roles on the sell side in fixed income derivatives research and trading at TMG Financial Products, Lehman Brothers, and S.G. Warburg in London.

Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.