Bill Schiemann, professor of general medical sciences, has devoted years to studying breast cancer—specifically, metastasis, or cancer’s spread to other parts of the body, which is the cause of more than 90 percent of
After completing his undergraduate degree in English and Classics at Harvard University, Peter Knox was ready to follow in his father’s footsteps and become an attorney. But before he headed off to law school,
Thirty years ago, Gene Matthews completed his associate’s degree at Lorain Community College, while working as assistant director of facilities at Oberlin College. The Monday after his graduation, his boss gave him an ultimatum:
Chanelle Brown first showed up for the National Youth Sports Program (NYSP) camp at Case Western Reserve in 2004—and she keeps coming back, year after year.
Brown has been involved with the program for 11
Mary Barkley isn’t afraid of change. In fact, she’s often the one inciting it—especially when it comes to advancing the status of women in academia, and in the sciences in particular. Barkley’s achievements in
Pete Zimmerman knows first-hand the value of research and impact it can have on the world. Throughout his career, the professor of international health, biology and genetics has worked toward the prevention of malaria
Senior Imani Scruggs is a product of alchemy. No, not the medieval chemical science. Rather Alchemy Inc., a mentoring program for adolescent black males in Akron.
The program, founded by Scruggs’ father, Kwame, provides positive
Early in life, senior Stephanie Hippo’s parents gave her sound advice: “You can complain about something, but until you do something about it, you’re just part of the problem.” Two years ago, Hippo encountered