Law’s Maxwell Mehlman has three works published on ”super soldiers,” genomic technology

Law’s Maxwell Mehlman has three works published on ”super soldiers,” genomic technology

Maxwell Mehlman, the Arthur E. Petersilge Professor of Law, professor of bioethics and director of the Law-Medicine Center, wrote three works that recently were published. “Super Soldiers (Part 1): What is Military Enhancement?” and “Super

Law Professor Kathryn Mercer presents around the world

Kathryn Mercer, professor of lawyering skills in the School of Law, has presented around the world in recent months. In May, she co-presented with Law Professor Jonathan Gordon at Global Legal Skills Conference IX

Computer science student and team present, win award at IndieCade game festival

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Senior computer science major John Billingsley and his teammates from the University of Southern California presented their video game, “Close Your,” at an independent game festival in Los Angeles known as IndieCade. Along with presenting,

School of Medicine’s Ahmad Khalil selected to present at Chinese-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium

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Ahmad Khalil, assistant professor in the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences at the School of Medicine, has been selected to speak at the 16th Chinese-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium. The symposium, co-sponsored by the

Faculty member’s new book “Rhetoric in the Flesh” studies education in anatomy lab

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Students in the gross anatomy lab stand with trepidation before their human cadavers, uneasy about making that first cut, writes T. Kenny Fountain in his new book, Rhetoric in the Flesh: Trained Vision, Technical

Association for Computing Machinery members competed in hackathon at University of Michigan

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Earlier this month, more than 30 members of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM, also informally known as Case Hacker Society) traveled to the University of Michigan to attend MHacks, one of the largest

Faculty member Sharona Hoffman to be published in “Berkeley Technology Law Journal”

Faculty member Sharona Hoffman to be published in “Berkeley Technology Law Journal”

Sharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law and co-director of the Law-Medicine Center, recently had her work, “Citizen Science: The Law and Ethics of Public Access to Medical Big Data” accepted for publication

Social Justice Institute Director Rhonda Williams to serve on resistance movement panel

Social Justice Institute Director Rhonda Williams to serve on resistance movement panel

Rhonda Williams, associate professor of history and founder/director of the Social Justice Institute, will be a featured panelist on a plenary titled, “Cities In Revolt: Detroit, Chicago, Jackson-Mississippi, & Beyond,” Sept. 25-28 at Kalamazoo

Law’s Jonathan Adler presents testimony on environmental policy

Law’s Jonathan Adler presents testimony on environmental policy

Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, presented testimony on “Constitutional Considerations: State vs. Federal Environmental Policy Implementation,” on July 11 in Washington, D.C. The testimony was presented before the subcommittee on Environment and

Women and Gender Studies’ Cheryl Toman co-authors book

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Cheryl Toman, associate professor of French and director of the women’s and gender studies program and the ethnic studies program, co-authored a new book, The Fury and Cries of Women, published by the University of