M.H. Russell Center for Economic Education

The M. H. Russell Center for Economic Education is a public service branch of Henderson State University. Certified by the Council on Economic Education, the center coordinates with the Economics Arkansas to provide programs designed to encourage an economic way of thinking and problem solving on the part of educators, so that they in turn, can encourage their students to use that understanding in their everyday lives.
The office of the M. H. Russell Center for Economic Education is housed within Teachers College, Henderson in the Education Building.



Celya Taylor, Director
M. H. Russell  Center for Economic Education
1100 Henderson Street, Box 7800
Arkadelphia, AR 71999
870-230-5358
taylorc@hsu.edu

 
 
 
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“Being a non-traditional student living off campus in the late 60’s, I did not participate in nor learn to appreciate happenings on the HSU (then HSTC) campus as I might have. For some reason, the farther I get away from the actual time spent at Henderson as a student, the more I come to love and appreciate it. I could never repay or catch up with the kindnesses Henderson has sent my way!”
 

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