Law’s Michael Benza talks about questions surrounding not guilty verdict of Michael Brelo

Brelo verdict shows the difficulty in applying use of force standards NPR: Michael Benza, senior instructor of law, discussed some remaining questions surrounding the not guilty verdict in the Michael Brelo case, including the impact it

Medicine’s Krzysztof Palczewski discusses research on cells behind eyes

Case researchers working on technology to detect eye diseases 19 Action News: A team of researchers recently received a $3.3 million grant to learn more about the cells behind the eye, which is where most

Treating gum disease reduces prostate symptoms, CWRU researchers find

Treating gum disease reduced symptoms of prostate inflammation, called prostatitis, report researchers from Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine and the Departments of Urology and Pathology at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. Previous

Writing Resource Center to offer summer hours beginning June 1

The Writing Resource Center will offer summer hours beginning June 1 for the eight-week summer session. Summer hours will be available until July 27. The schedule of hours will be posted soon at, where

Give feedback on learning management systems at June 4 UCITE session

Learning management systems, such as Blackboard, are now ubiquitous on college campuses. But like all other aspects of technology in the Internet age, they change rapidly and need to be constantly evaluated for appropriateness. In

What’s it like to work on a global health outbreak? Find out from a CDC fellow in two upcoming talks

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Kimberly Pringle, a fellow from the Epidemiological Intelligence Service of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will give two lectures about her experiences at the CDC in controlling global infectious outbreaks. Pringle’s talks

NIH grant supports training that could lead to better management of multiple chronic illnesses

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Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing will begin training predoctoral and postdoctoral researchers to study people with multiple chronic illnesses in hopes of discovering better methods for managing such a

Professor Emeritus of Psychology Donald K. Freedheim discusses changes in households once children leave for college

Now that you’ve given them wings: Exploring your new parenting role and lifestyle New York Parenting: Professor Emeritus of Psychology Donald K. Freedheim talked about the changes parents experience once all of their children have left for

Weatherhead School’s Ted Evans gives advice for financially preparing for MBA programs

4 money moves for prospective MBAs U.S. News & World Report: Many potential MBA students are wary of the debt they could incur by advancing their education. Ted Evans, admissions manager at the Weatherhead School of

Two students selected as Fulbright Scholars for 2015-16

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Two Case Western Reserve University students will spend the next year abroad as recipients of Fulbright Scholarships. Michael Bane, a fifth-year PhD candidate in music, is the third Fulbright Scholar from the music department