Researchers led by Anthony Jack find evidence for dual-process theory

Brain imaging reveals the diametric mind Psychology Today: Researchers led by Anthony Jack, assistant professor of cognitive science, philosophy and psychology, found brain-imaging evidence for dual-process

Law’s Michael Benza sounds off on duration of fraud case against Browns owner’s company

A year after the raids: Haslam, Pilot Flying J continue court battles as Fed probe grinds on The Plain Dealer: According to Michael Benza, senior instructor in law, the duration of the fraud case against Browns

School of Medicine’s Neil Korman discusses skin condition of Canadian former finance minister

Painful skin condition made Flaherty’s health a public matter The Canadian Press: Neil Korman, professor of dermatology, discussed the recent death of Canada’s former finance minister, who had a serious skin condition but died of a

CWRU names Yale’s Amy Backus athletic director

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When Amy Backus starred on the basketball team at Ohio’s Vermilion High School in the 1970s, no college came courting her for scholarships. Congress had just passed Title IX, and the country was still

Political science’s Karen Beckwith is lead editor on new book series

Political science’s Karen Beckwith is lead editor on new book series

Karen Beckwith, the Flora Stone Mather Professor of Political Science, is the lead editor for Cambridge Studies in Gender and Politics, a book series published by Cambridge University Press. Beckwith is the lead editor, with

Three undergraduate students selected to present at national conference

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Case Western Reserve University seniors Caelyn Rosch and Douglas Oswald and sophomore Nusaiba Chowdhury will present papers at the Popular Culture Association and American Culture Association (PCA/ACA) national conference in Chicago April 17-20. Rosch, Oswald

Faculty member Elizabeth Meckes to present at Program for Women and Mathematics


This May, Elizabeth Meckes, associate professor of mathematics, will be one of four lecturers at the annual Program for Women and Mathematics at the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, N.J. The IAS is

Ethnic Studies Program sponsors three-day literature conference

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The Ethnic Studies Program sponsored a three-day seminar on literature at New York University, March 20-23. The seminar was proposed by current Director of the Ethnic Studies Program Cheryl Toman and Founding Director Gilbert Doho. The

Professor Ica Manas-Zloczower to present at Annual Technical Conference


Ica Manas-Zloczower, the Thomas W. and Nancy P. Seitz Professor of Advanced Materials and Energy in the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, will present “Challenges in Nanocomposites: Mixing Obstacles and Opportunities,” on Monday,

Residence Hall Association Community Council spring election applications open through April 20

Think you have what it takes to be the difference in your community? Consider joining the Residence Hall Association second-year and upper class Community Councils. On the application, available at, interested individuals should indicate