5 questions with… cancer disparities researcher Monica Webb Hooper

Monica Webb Hooper

When Monica Webb Hooper saw a Facebook post about an opening to establish and direct the Office of Cancer Disparities Research at Case Western Reserve University, she knew it had her name written all

Biology’s Valerie Haywood presents at American Society of Plant Biologists annual conference

Biology’s Valerie Haywood presents at American Society of Plant Biologists annual conference

Valerie Haywood, senior instructor of biology, presented her ongoing work in undergraduate biology education at Plant Biology 2016, the annual meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists, in Austin, Texas, in July. More

Donate blood at Aug. 25 American Red Cross drive

blood

The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive Wednesday, Aug. 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Wade Pioneer Room. Approximately 900 pints of blood are needed daily to meet the needs

Law’s Erik M. Jensen gives his take on benefits of the Electoral College

Erik Jensen

Erik M. Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor Emeritus of Law, penned an op-ed for The Plain Dealer, in which he explained the benefits of the Electoral College. In his article, titled “Is the Electoral

Law’s Jonathan Entin pens two chapters for new books, two articles for “The Federal Lawyer”

Jonathan Entin

Jonathan Entin, the David L. Brennan Professor Emeritus of Law, recently made a number of contributions to law publications. In Presidents and the Constitution: A Living History, he wrote a chapter about John Quincy Adams.

University community gives advice to first-year students

In response to this week’s Connect question, the campus community sent in a plethora of good advice for the first-year students. Some common themes emerged, such as using an effective method to plan time, making

Find out how you can get involved in student organizations at Student Activities Fair Aug. 27

Interested in joining a club or organization on campus but not sure where to start? Stop by the Student Activities Fair, where booths representing many student-run clubs and organizations will be set up, with leaders

See UTech’s new creative and collaborative workspace Aug. 24

Take a look at the new creative and collaborative workspace by University Technology’s Teaching + Learning Technologies unit during an open house Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Sears Building

Catch ’em all at CWRU: Campus is Pokémon Go hot spot

Pokemon Paras on campus

As students move back into residence halls beginning this weekend, they may notice some unique new visitors on the quads or near their favorite hangouts. Whether or not you’ve played the game, you’ve likely at

Habitat for Humanity to hold crowdsourcing fundraiser Aug. 29-Sept. 4

CWRU Habitat for Humanity group shot

Case Western Reserve University Habitat for Humanity will hold a crowdsourcing fundraiser to call upon the university community to help support the group in collegiate challenge trips and further its mission to eliminate substandard