Seven Weatherhead students, ranging from undergraduates to PhD candidates, participated in the university-wide event to present their research
One thing Case Western Reserve University and its eight schools have in common? Research. At Weatherhead, our professors have pioneered revolutionary business concepts being implemented in board rooms and class rooms around the country. Our students’ penchant for finding new solutions, chipping away at problems and seeing the bigger picture is often realized through research projects at all levels and across business programs.
This year’s university-wide research ShowCASE featured more than 600 presentations, which lined the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center last Friday. Weatherhead participants showcased topics ranging from the impacts of Russian culture on financial reporting to analyzing the commercialization prospects of a rare Earth metal. The enthusiasm was palpable as students beamed next to their posters and PowerPoint presentations, ready to discuss at the first sign of interest from onlookers.
Each Weatherhead student’s topic:
Andres Rios, senior (accounting)
The Impact of Russian Culture on Financial Reporting
Larry Clay, PhD candidate
Success Towards Sustainable Development in Lagging US Cities? A Grounded Study
Sanam Patel, senior (accounting)
Effects of Sustainability Disclosure
Tyler Powell, senior (economics)
Economic Analysis of United States Antitrust Enforcement Strategy: 1910-1945
Sophie Jané, PhD Candidate
Seeing Risk: Towards a Process Model of How Employers Learn to Perceive Risky Employees
Zachariah Zinserling, senior (economics and physics)
Investigating the Financial Return Provided by the Taxpayer Subsidized Construction of Professional Sports Stadiums
Anthony Cimo, senior (chemistry)
Analyzing Commercialization Prospects of Rare Earth Metal and Oleochemical-Based Corrosion Inhibitors
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