Part of the South Residential Village, Kusch House is named for Polykarp Kusch, a 1931 graduate of the Case Institute of Technology who won the 1955 Nobel Prize in Physics for the demonstration that the magnetic moment of the electron was greater than its theoretical value. This result led to the questioning of the constants of quantum electrodynamics.
- Card Access Building Doors on ground and basement levels
- Full Kitchen in basement
- Laundry Facilities in basement
- Basement Lounge with Television
- Bike room in basement
- Piano and Game table in basement
- Study lounge on first floor
- CaseGuest/CaseWireless WiFi Networks throughout building
Please note, this building does not have air conditioning.