Mystic River, Shutter Island author comes to campus Thursday

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Dennis Lehane, author of Mystic River, Shutter Island and Gone, Baby, Gone, will speak on Thursday, Oct. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Tinkham Veale University Center Kelvin & Eleanor Smith Foundation Grand Ballroom. His

Medical Informatics’ Rong Xu receives 2014 National Institute of Health Director’s New Innovator Award

CWRU researcher to scour data for new drug matches to treat disease, gets $2.4 million NIH award The Plain Dealer: Rong Xu, assistant professor of medical informatics, received the 2014 National Institutes of Health Director’s

Kelvin Smith Library’s Jared Bendis presents technology news

Esperanza Spalding, Jared Bendis and Tom Rush ideastream: Jared Bendis, the creative new media officer at Kelvin Smith Library, discussed the latest technology news on The Sound of

Tulane’s Daniel Bausch discussed Ebola threat at campus presentation

Ebola expert seeks to educate, reassure audience about virus during lecture at CWRU The Plain Dealer: Daniel Bausch, associate professor of tropical medicine at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University, recently

Pre-med students: Learn about study abroad opportunities at Oct. 23 event

Pre-med students are invited to learn about study abroad opportunities from Office of Education Abroad and Pre-Health Adviser Steven Scherger. The session will be held on Thursday, Oct. 23, at 5 p.m. in Crawford Hall, room

Select walkways to be closed Oct. 22-27 for installation of new Spirit Wall

This week, work will begin to install a new Spirit Wall on the north side (rear) of Thwing Center. Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 7 a.m., walkways near the current Spirit Wall will be closed to

Sign up for Second-Year Institute by Nov. 2

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In the midst of classes, organizations, studying and everything else, it can be difficult to reflect on how to make the most of your remaining time on campus. To combat these distractions and encourage second-year

Study seeks to help people overcome distress when making medical decisions in intensive care

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Patients in critical condition are often incapable of making their own health care decisions. Instead, a family member or someone else may have to decide end-of-life care on the patient’s behalf. Ronald Hickman Jr., assistant

Faculty and staff: Learn how to build your retirement portfolio

Case Western Reserve University and Vanguard are teaming up to help faculty and staff make the most of their retirement plans. All CWRU employees are invited to the following instructional workshops to learn how

Sign up for EndNote Workshops at Kelvin Smith Library

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Are you interested in learning how to better use EndNote? Sign up for an introductory or advanced hands-on workshop at Kelvin Smith Library to learn how to import and manage references, manage PDFs, format