Pediatrics Professor Alberto Costa reviews study on Down syndrome

Alberto Costa

Alberto Costa, professor of pediatrics at the School of Medicine, reviewed a study titled, “Intracellular chloride accumulation: a possible mechanism for cognitive deficits in Down syndrome” in the April issue of Nature Medicine. The study,

Case Western Reserve Law Review article judged among best intellectual property scholarship of year

Brenda Simon

An article published by the Case Western Reserve Law Review, “Rules, Standards, and the Reality of Obviousness,” by Brenda M. Simon (65 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 25), has been judged one of the

Dance’s Shannon Sterne produces Cleveland Dance Exchange performance taking place this weekend

Shannon Sterne

Shannon Sterne, assistant professor of dance, will perform with her dance collective, the Cleveland Dance Exchange (CDX), in Cleveland Public Theatre’s DanceWorks Series April 9-11. A single evening-length work in 10 sections, “Top 10” was

Social Justice Institute’s Rhonda Williams publishes review on book about destruction of public housing

Social Justice Institute’s Rhonda Williams publishes review on book about destruction of public housing

Rhonda Williams, founder and director of the Social Justice Institute and associate professor of history, recently published a review in Southern Spaces, an interdisciplinary scholarly journal about the regions, places and cultures of the

Weatherhead’s Michael Goldberg records TEDxHeraklion on entrepreneurship

goldberg ted talk

Michael Goldberg, visiting assistant professor of design and innovation at Weatherhead School of Management, traveled to Greece in February for a TEDxHeraklion session with Alexis Komselis, director of the ALBA Hub for Enterprise & Development in

New book by CWRU sociologists examines life events that lead to teen pregnancy

Erdmans and black

If Diane could reverse time, she never would have slammed the door—an act of teen frustration and ongoing family conflict that finally got her kicked out of her mother’s house. Thus began a cascade of

Weatherhead School PhD candidate Timothy Summers explains hackers

Timothy Summers

Timothy C. Summers, a PhD candidate in Management: Designing Sustainable Systems, explained the unique abilities of hackers, their motivations to hack systems, and their role in a technology-driven society. To read his work, visit

Endodontics’ Andre Mickel publishes new book, ”It’s PROOF TIME”

Andre Mickel

It was 12:30 a.m. on July 5, 2013, when Andre K. Mickel, distraught over his recent divorce, began writing his feelings in a catharsis of positive thoughts that eventually became a book, It’s PROOF

CWRU active learning initiative featured by “EDUCAUSE Review”

At Case Western Reserve, pushing teaching and learning past their usual bounds is critical. EDUCAUSE Review reinforced this commitment by publishing a key paper on the efforts taken at Case Western Reserve to foster

Instructor Valerie Haywood presents research on biology education

Valerie Haywood

Valerie Haywood, instructor in the Department of Biology, was invited to present her research on biology education at the annual meeting of the National Association of Biology Teachers last fall. Haywood’s talk, titled ” Concept