Information Technology Services (ITS) recognizes that many members of the university community use an Apple laptop or desktop computer as their primary computing device. On Oct. 16, Apple released the latest version of its
After 50 years of isolation due to policies of a military government and international sanctions, Myanmar is now opening up to the world.
Nway Nay Hlaing, head of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Myanmar’s
The campus community is invited to join the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women for a light lunch with Elisabeth MacNamara, president of the League of Women Voters of the United States.
Attendees will hear
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Michael Lederman, the Scott R. Inkley Professor of Medicine and co-director of the Center for AIDS Research, will present “An Update on the Search for an AIDS Vaccine” at the next Friday Public Affairs
Mark Joseph, an associate professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, spent his recent sabbatical in the Department of Geography at the University of Ghana in West Africa
Disease? Germs? Amputation? What dreadful things might be stewing in the history of medicine before anesthesia and antiseptic?
Cleveland Bazaar, a handmade market that regularly hosts events throughout Cleveland, is teaming up with the Dittrick
The campus community is invited to attend the fall Ford Distinguished Lecture, featuring Michael J. Coyle, executive vice president and group president of Medtronic’s Cardiac and Vascular Group.
Coyle was named executive vice president and