Excerpt of Ross Duffin’s chapter on music in Shakespeare’s plays published by Oxford University Press

Excerpt of Ross Duffin’s chapter on music in Shakespeare’s plays published by Oxford University Press

The Oxford University Press published an excerpt from Ross Duffin’s chapter in the Oxford Handbook of the Age of Shakespeare. Duffin, the Fynette H. Kulas Professor of Music, wrote a chapter titled “Music and the

Weatherhead School’s Roman Sheremeta pens article on benefits of tax cuts on imported cars for Ukraine

Weatherhead School’s Roman Sheremeta pens article on benefits of tax cuts on imported cars for Ukraine

Roman Sheremeta, assistant professor of economics, wrote an article for Vox Ukraine titled “Tax Cuts on Imported Used Cars will Benefit Ukrainian Economy.” In his article, Sheremeta explained traditional benefits of free trade and broke

Weatherhead School’s Michael Goldberg writes about celebrating Cavs win from abroad

Weatherhead School’s Michael Goldberg writes about celebrating Cavs win from abroad

Michael Goldberg, assistant professor of design and innovation, watched the Cleveland Cavaliers win the NBA championship last month and the resulting parade while abroad. Goldberg celebrated the win from Kosovo, where he was giving seminars

Vice President for Research Suzanne Rivera participates in panel discussion at National Press Club

Suzanne Rivera

Suzanne Rivera, vice president for research, participated in Association of American Universities and The Science Coalition’s “All Things Research 2016” at the National Press Club earlier this month. Rivera was part of a roundtable discussion

Faculty members featured in C-SPAN’s Cities Tour

Five Case Western Reserve University faculty members were featured in C-SPAN’s Cities Tour. With Local Content Vehicles, C-SPAN visited Cleveland May 21-27 to highlight the history and literary figures in the area. The interviews aired

Law’s Erik M. Jensen writes about limits to a president’s power to enact changes to taxes

Law’s Erik M. Jensen writes about limits to a president’s power to enact changes to taxes

Erik M. Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor of Law, wrote an opinion article about how many have come to believe the president has the power to change the Internal Revenue Code. His article, titled

Professors Gerald Saidel and Harihara Baskaran co-author textbook on biomedical mass transport, chemical reaction

Gerald Saidel, professor of biomedical engineering, and Harihara Baskaran, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, co-authored a new textbook titled Biomedical Mass Transport and Chemical Reaction: Physicochemical Principles and Mathematical Modeling. Available now, the book

SAGES instructor Luke Reader writes op-ed on underlying reasons for Brexit

Luke Reader, SAGES instructor, wrote an op-ed for History News Network about the underlying reasons Britain voted to leave the European Union. While immigration has been cited as a major reason for “Brexit,” Reader contends

Astronomy’s Stacy McGaugh participates in panel discussion on dark matter

Stacy McGaugh

Stacy McGaugh, professor and chair of the Department of Astronomy, participated in a panel discussion on dark matter in the universe at the World Science Festival in early June. The World Science Festival gathered thought

Political science’s Karen Beckwith pens article on possibility of Hillary Clinton selecting Elizabeth Warren as running mate

Political science’s Karen Beckwith pens article on possibility of Hillary Clinton selecting Elizabeth Warren as running mate

Karen Beckwith, the Flora Stone Mather Professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, wrote about the chance for two women running on the same ticket for the nation’s top two elective offices. Her article,