In January, Eldridge announced a collaboration with The Boehly Center for Excellence in Finance on a series of courses for students of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business. The courses allow students to explore and engage with some of the most complicated fiscal and monetary policy issues of our time. 2021 courses include Budget Issues, which provides an introduction to the federal budget, and the policy research seminar Public Debt in America, which explores the growth of national debt and its consequences.
“It is a privilege to work alongside the distinguished faculty at William & Mary and The Boehly Center to create two class offerings that will advance the Center’s mission of changing the way that students learn about the intersection of finance and government,” says Todd Boehly ’96, chairman and CEO of Eldridge. “These courses provide a special opportunity to examine these subjects in depth and concentrate on developing meaningful and lasting solutions.”