Weatherhead School’s J.B. Silvers answers questions about impact of Obamacare on amount of uninsured Americans

2015’s rates of uninsured by state before & after Obamacare Wallet Hub: J.B. Silvers, the John R. Mannix Medical Mutual of Ohio Professor of Health Care Finance, answered questions about how he thinks Obamacare will

Psychology’s Lisa Damour writes about false perception that girls are meaner than their male peers

Girls aren’t meaner than boys. It only looks that way. New York Times: Lisa Damour, clinical instructor of psychology, wrote about the false perception that girls are meaner than their male peers, describing how certain

History professor’s Twitter account goes viral—again

headshot of Peter Shulman, CWRU associate professor of history

Last Monday, Peter Shulman sat in his Mather House office considering the present-day refugee situation in Syria. Hadn’t the world, he thought—and, more specifically, the U.S.—been here before? So the associate professor of history began scouring

Give to “Shop with a Cop” fundraiser to help local families

CWRU Police Shield

The Case Western Reserve University Police Department will accept donations around campus for its third annual “Shop with a Cop” fundraiser, through which CWRU police officers will take area children and families shopping for the holidays. The

Learn how to help students navigate study abroad process at Dec. 3 Global Talk session

Have you had students ask about approving overseas courses? If so, join the Center for International Affairs for a comprehensive overview of the course-approval process for outgoing study abroad students, including study abroad transfer policies

Participate in World AIDS Day Community Education Forum Dec. 1

World AIDS Day Community Education Forum flyer

The Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals AIDS Clinical Trials Unit will host the annual World AIDS Day Community Education Forum Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 5 p.m. in Tinkham Veale University Center. The Community Village—a lobby full

Join Flora Stone Mather Center for Women for upcoming lunch and learn session

Flora Stone Mather Center for Women Lunch and Learn session flyer

The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women will hold a lunch and learn discussion on “Rape as a Plot Device” Monday, Nov. 30, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Tinkham Veale University Center, Suite

Medicine’s Brian Mercer, Michele Walsh discuss Cleveland’s premature birth rates score

Cleveland’s premature birth rate third worst in nation, March of Dimes report says The Plain Dealer: Brian Mercer, professor of reproductive biology, and Michele Walsh, professor of pediatrics, discussed Cleveland’s premature birth rates, which recently

CWRU wins three-year $750,000 grant to expand its Institutions Developing Excellence in Academic Leadership program

Case Western Reserve-led effort gets grant to advance gender equity in STEM faculty positions Crain’s Cleveland Business: The National Science Foundation will give Case Western Reserve University a three-year, $750,000 grant to expand its Institutions

Former Department of Endodontics Chair Jefferson Jones passes away

In Memoriam CWRU

The year was 1967. Thurgood Marshall was confirmed as the first African-American justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Here in Cleveland, Carl Stokes became the first African-American elected mayor U.S. city. And at Case