SAGES instructor pens op-ed on controversy in Britain about empire

Luke Reader, SAGES instructor, penned an op-ed for History News Network about the current controversy in England on the statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel College at Oxford University. The controversy sheds light on Britain’s

Residence Life Director Janice Gerda gives talk, writes textbook chapter

Janice Gerda

Janice Gerda, director of the Office of Residence Life, was the featured speaker at the Ohio College Personnel Association conference Jan. 22. The Ohio College Personnel Association is an organization aimed at advancing student learning

Article by religious studies faculty member included in new book

Judith Neulander

Judith Neulander, instructor of religious studies and co-director of the Judaic Studies Program, recently consented to a third reprinting of her article “Folk Taxonomy, Prejudice and the Human Genome,” for Jews and Genes: The

CWRU highlighted for space design, faculty and course development

For the second year in a row, Educause Review prominently featured efforts undertaken at Case Western Reserve University to further teaching and learning. The publication highlights Case Western Reserve’s Active Learning Initiative. Sponsored by Information

Psychology’s Lisa Damour explains teenage girl behavior in new book

Psychology’s Lisa Damour explains teenage girl behavior in new book

On Feb. 9, Lisa Damour, clinical instructor of psychology, released her book, Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood. The book, which was profiled on a recent edition of “CBS This Morning,”

CWRU researchers seek to revolutionize scholarly medical publishing with new journal

A new online, open access journal created by Case Western Reserve University researchers is challenging established methods in biomedical research publications. According to its editors, Pathogens and Immunity is designed to streamline the current

Microbiome of infants may play a major role in the development of adult diseases

Baby feet in adult hand

CWRU faculty organize special issue of Embryo Today dedicated to microbiome Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine organized a special issue of Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today dedicated to the

Mandel School faculty, PhD students present at the Society for Social Work Research conference

Many Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences faculty and PhD students participated in the Society for Social Work Research’s (SSWR) 20th Annual Conference Washington, D.C., earlier this month. Several students and

Stanton Gerson pens op-ed on Cleveland’s role in the fight against cancer

Stanton Gerson pens op-ed on Cleveland’s role in the fight against cancer

Stanton Gerson, Distinguished University Professor and director of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, penned an op-ed in The Plain Dealer Jan. 27. In his piece, Gerson reflected on recent advances in fighting cancer, led by

Law’s Robert Rapp gives address at 2015 Longbow Research Compliance Conference

Robert Rapp, adjunct professor of law, presented at the 2015 Longbow Research Compliance Conference in Cleveland last month. His lecture was titled “An Analyst Perspective on Tippee Liability for Insider Trading under the Federal Securities