Alumni Toby Lewis and Milton Marquis elected to Case Western Reserve Board of Trustees

Last week, Case Western Reserve University announced the election of two new members to its Board of Trustees, one a renowned arts curator and philanthropist, and the other a prominent antitrust litigator. Toby Devan

Chemistry’s Emily Pentzer named associate editor of journal

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Emily Pentzer, an assistant professor of chemistry, was named associate editor of the journal Polymer Chemistry. She will start in the new role July 1. The journal is peer-reviewed and publishes advances in polymer chemistry,

Weatherhead School’s Chris Laszlo elected fellow of International Academy of Management

Weatherhead School’s Chris Laszlo elected fellow of International Academy of Management

Chris Laszlo, associate professor of organizational behavior, was elected as a fellow of the International Academy of Management. The International Academy of Management provides a forum for the exchange internationally of knowledge and experience so

Susan Freimark appointed acting director of Flora Stone Mather Center for Women

Susan Freimark

Susan Freimark has been appointed acting director of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, effective June 8. Freimark currently serves as the associate director of Women Faculty Leadership Development at the center and

University appoints new associate vice president for student affairs/Title IX coordinator

Darnell T. Parker

Seldom in history has more attention been paid to the issue of sexual misconduct on the nation’s campuses—by media, government officials and universities themselves. Case Western Reserve University has adapted its policies to align with

Professor Mark Singer elected to American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare

Professor Mark Singer elected to American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare

Mark Singer, the Leonard W. Mayo Professor in Family and Child Welfare and deputy director of the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of

Biology’s Karen Abbott named Early Career Fellow of Ecological Society of America

Karen Abbott

Karen Abbott, assistant professor of biology, was named an Early Career Fellow by the Ecological Society of America. The fellowship is awarded to individuals “who have begun making and show promise of continuing to

Professor David Biegel selected to evaluate Israeli social work education programs

David Biegel, the Henry L. Zucker Professor of Social Work Practice and co-director of the Center on Substance Abuse and Mental Illness in the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences,

Downtown Cleveland Alliance selects Dionne Broadus for 2015 City Advocate Program

Dionne Broadus, senior director of foundation relations in the Office of Government and Foundation Relations, was selected as a member of the 2015 City Advocate Program with the Downtown Cleveland Alliance. Broadus, a Cleveland native,

Faculty members Gillian Weiss, William Rogers selected as 2015 Freedman Fellows

Kelvin Smith Library and the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship selected Gillian Weiss, associate professor of history, and William Rogers, lecturer in English, as 2015 Freedman Fellows. Weiss’ project aims to uncover the historical role