Teach for America alumni, members to discuss experiences with interested students

Interested in networking and learning about Teach For America? Meet us at The Spot Feb. 2 at 6 p.m. as they launch the “Our Stories” video series, featuring clips from corps members discussing their

Faculty: Learn how to better use Google Apps during upcoming UCITE session

The Case Western Reserve University community has free access to a suite of Google Apps. With more than 40 applications from mobile to media, geo to social, Google Apps for Education is a lot

Vanderbilt law professor to lecture Feb. 3 on Kurdish genocide trials

Vanderbilt University Law School Professor Michael A. Newton will be on campus Feb. 3 for his lecture, “The Kurdish Genocide Trials: An Insider’s Legal and Historical Perspective.” From a jurisprudential perspective the Kurdish genocides

ESS offers weekly academic workshops, from time-management to reading with purpose

ESS offers weekly academic workshops, from time-management to reading with purpose

Educational Services for Students (ESS) is conducting a series of workshops to enhance students’ academic skills. By attending these workshops, students will learn ways to be more effective, efficient learners. Upcoming workshops include: “Understanding

Case Consulting Group to hold first meeting for all majors Feb. 3

The Case Consulting Group will host its first General Body Meeting Feb. 3 in Peter B. Lewis Building Room 118 from 4 to 5 p.m. During the meeting, members from all majors are welcome

Public Affairs Discussion Group to cover “Taxing Fracking” Feb. 3

This Friday’s Public Affairs Discussion Group will cover “Taxing Fracking: If Ohio Will Have a New Energy Boom, Shouldn’t It Have New Energy Taxes?” Policy Matters Ohio recently issued a report about the case for

UK researcher to discuss “Lessons from Within a Changing Health Care System”

Promoting Health Across Boundaries presents “Boundary Spanning: Lessons from Within a Changing Health Care System” with Laura Calamos Nasira researcher in the National Health Service in the United Kingdom. The talk will be held

Civil engineering’s Dario Gasparini explains structural failures in two Ohio casinos

Structural failures while concrete is being poured are not uncommon The Plain Dealer: A section of Cincinnati’s Horseshoe Casino collapsed last week, six weeks after part of the valet parking garage at Cleveland’s casino collapsed.

J.B. Silvers discusses Gov. Kasich’s plan to overhaul Medicaid

New state Medicaid plan based on quality Crain’s Cleveland Business: Gov. John Kasich’s administration is laying the groundwork to overhauling Ohio’s Medicaid program. “Kasich is putting some money behind this, and isn’t just saying, ‘This

Medicine’s Joseph LaManna discusses program for researchers to lobby lawmakers

With tighter budgets, researchers may be asked to lobby lawmakers on campuses The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology is developing a program to recruit researchers to explain the