A New Guest Blogger: Frank McIntyre

June 24, 2004 | 2 comments
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We want to welcome our newest guest blogger, Frank McIntyre. Frank is currently an assistant professor of economics at BYU. He grew up in Kansas, went to the Y, served a mission in Portugal and recently finished up a Ph.D at Stanford. His main research interests are wage and welfare policies in the United States and Brazil. I find it a little disturbing that people that I started college with are now professors, but such is life. Frank and I met our freshman year at BYU, and I am eternally in his debt for saving me from flunking my first ever philosophy exam. At 8am on the morning of our history of philosophy final, Frank called me in my dorm room to inform me that he had been taking the exam for an hour and I needed to get my butt down to the Maeser building. The test was scheduled for 7am, not 7pm as I had thought.

Frank is married and has two children. I have no idea if he has a calling in the church, although I have heard rumors that he attends regularlly.

2 Responses to A New Guest Blogger: Frank McIntyre

  1. Kaimi on June 24, 2004 at 6:28 pm

    Welcome aboard, Frank! It will be interesting to hear your ideas.

  2. Jim F. on June 24, 2004 at 8:00 pm

    Hmm. This exam story rings a bell. Should it?

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