This Sunday, Pareto organised a paintball event at Fullerö Aktivitet & Paintball. The day offered a fun & thrilling game, good company, tasty BBQ and a lot of new bruises!
Someone whispered in Pareto’s ear that fundamental knowledge in MATLAB is required for some courses next semester. Fear not, you non engineering people – Pareto is here to help economics students in need!
Next Friday, on the 12th of May, Pareto is organising a lecture covering the very basics of the MATLAB software. The lecture will last for 2 hours and include an introduction to programming concepts such at scripts, functions and objects. Then it will go into more details regarding MATLAB-specific functions, how to create variables and how to compute simple for- and if-loops.
On the 10th of March, Pareto organised one of the most important events of the year: The Pareto Crazy Hat Spring Gasque. The party was held at Östgöta nation and was a great success with delicious food, fun games and a chance for the members of Pareto to show off their outstanding dance moves.
We let the photos speak for themselves.
Pareto hosted a PhD talk on the 5th of April. Henrik Andersson, a PhD student at the Institute for Housing and Urban research, presented his research which has a more interdisciplinary focus than your normal economics PhD student.
On the 7th of March, Pareto organised a Stata and Latex Session together with Fredrick Hoyles, who guided the second year students last year through their econometrics program. This was a great opportunity for the first year students to learn more about the two software programs for their current econometrics projects.