Symposium on the Potential Regional Economic Impacts of the Ethane Cracker Plant
W&J Economics professors Robert Dunn, Ph.D., and Leslie Dunn, Ph.D., recently completed a study to examine possible effects of the ethane cracker plant on the region's economy.
We invite policymakers, public officials, business owners, and residents from across the region to learn more the impacts, the study, and the methodology and take part in a lively discussion about the project.
Presented by the Center for Energy Policy and Management and Local Government Academy, this event will showcase the work of Robert Dunn, Ph.D. and Leslie Dunn, Ph.D., along with that of other speakers and researchers. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the speakers.
Rebecca Matsco, Chairwoman, Potters Township & Sabina Deitrick, Pitt Researcher
John Goberish, Dean of Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Beaver County Community College
Lance Grable, Executive Director of Beaver County Redevelopment Authority
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Washington & Jefferson College Ballroom (60 S. Lincoln St., Washington, Pennsylvania 15301). The Symposium is free to attend, but you must register here.