Free tickets available for Town Hall of Cleveland lecture by best-selling author, cultural historian

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Best-selling author and cultural historian Sarah Lewis will give the next Town Hall of Cleveland lecture on Monday, Feb. 2, at 6 p.m. in the Tinkham Veale University Center. Free tickets are available on

Orthodontics Professor Bruce Latimer discusses implications of recently found prehistoric skull

Prehistoric skull a key ‘piece of the puzzle’ in story of humanity Reuters: A partial skull found in a cave in Northern Israel suggests the individual was closely related to the first Homo sapiens populations

Medicine’s Jerry Silver discusses his team’s research on repairing spinal cord injuries

Exploradio: Improving the lives of paralyzed people WKSU: Jerry Silver, professor of neurosciences, is leading testing on how nerve cells regrow after a spinal cord injury. His research is restoring urinary function in animal models,

Begun Center’s Joseph Galanek discusses police force and the mentally ill

Safety forces and the mentally ill ideastream: Joseph Galanek, research associate at the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research & Education, joined a panel to discuss whether police are equipped to deal with the mentally ill and

Work by Art’s Christopher Pekoc featured in two exhibitions

Hand in hand: New exhibits from Christopher Pekoc challenge the viewer Cleveland Scene: Christopher Pekoc, a Cleveland artist and part-time lecturer in the Department of Art History and Art, has two exhibitions in Northeast Ohio—Hand Made at the

Baroque Orchestra, conductor Julie Andrijeski featured on Cleveland Ovations

Cleveland Ovations Preview: Julie Andrijeski of CWRU Baroque Music and Dance Ensembles ideastream: Julie Andrijeski, senior instructor in the Department of Music, and the CWRU Baroque Orchestra, which she conducts, were featured in the week’s Cleveland Ovations.

5 questions with… admissions manager, consultant and alumnus Ted Evans

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You’ve likely heard of TED Talks—but here at Case Western Reserve, TedListens. This Ted is Ted Evans (MGT ’95), a consultant and industry veteran who has had a successful 20-year career working with myriad companies,

PRCHN’s Darcy Freedman presents on developing, implementing healthy food incentive programs

Darcy Freedman, associate professor of epidemiology, biostatistics and social work and associate director of the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods (PRCHN), presented a national webinar Jan. 29 on “Developing, Implementing & Sustaining Healthy

Art lecturer Christopher Pekoc’s work on display at Akron Art Museum

Art lecturer Christopher Pekoc’s work on display at Akron Art Museum

Christopher Pekoc, a part-time lecturer in the Department of Art History and Art, gave a talk Jan. 29 at the Akron Art Museum on his exhibition, “Christopher Pekoc: Hand Made.” His exhibition includes innovative

Law’s Jonathan Adler publishes works, presents around the country

Law’s Jonathan Adler publishes works, presents around the country

Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, recently published “Climate Balkanization: Dormant Commerce and the Limits of State Energy Policy” in the Louisiana State University Journal of Energy Law and Resources as