“I think we’ve missed an opportunity in the United States for many years at this point to have a discussion about our social safety net,” says Matthew Slaughter, the Paul Danos Dean of the Tuck School of Business and the Earl C. Daum 1924 Professor of International Business, in an NPR story about presidential candidates being out of sync with how Americans feel about trade. “In some basic sense the narrative for why trade and globalization are good is lost right now. So what happens come January, 2017?”
César Alvarez and Isabella Dawis Awarded Kleban Prize for Musical Theatre
Assistant Professor of Music César Alvarez is being recognized with the 32nd annual Kleban Prize for Musical Theatre as the most promising musical theater lyricist. The award is named for Edward Kleban, lyricist of A Chorus Line.