Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant of How Stuff Works to speak at Georgia State Law

Posted On November 3, 2009
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Josh Clark of How Stuff WorksATLANTA – Digital duo Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant of the popular WebsiteHowStuffWorks.com and hosts of “Stuff You Should Know” podcasts, will headline the Georgia State College of Law Financial Literacy Series on Thursday, Nov. 5, from 11:50 a.m. to 1 p.m. in room 170.

They will be deconstructing “Fannie, Freddie and the Fed” and answering your questions about the state of the mortgage giants, and what the Federal Reserve is doing to keep them afloat.

Clark and Bryant are authors of the audio book The Super Stuffed Guide to the Economy, which investigates the mechanisms that debilitated the global market and explores the economics of recovery.

 

 

 

Chuck Bryant of How Stuff WorksThe College of Law Financial Literacy Series is held every first and third Thursday of each month. Seminars are designed to steer students through the headlines and learn more about what’s dominating today’s economic news. The final event in the series this year, on Nov. 19, will be “Digging through the dirt: the real estate bubble.”

The series is free and open to all students and faculty in law, business and economics, as well as media. Lunch will be served.

Contact:
Renee DeGross Valdes, 404-413-1353
University Relations

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