Law’s Timothy Webster gives workshop, talk on China’s environmental problems

Law’s Timothy Webster gives workshop, talk on China’s environmental problems

Timothy Webster, assistant professor of law and director of East Asian Legal Studies, gave faculty workshops at Washington University at St. Louis and St. Louis University in March. He also spoke on China’s environmental problems

Law, bioethics professor Max Mehlman publishes article, gives presentations

Law, bioethics professor Max Mehlman publishes article, gives presentations

Maxwell Mehlman, professor of law and bioethics, co-authored “A Framework for Military Bioethics” with 2012-2013 Cowan Post-Doctoral Fellow Stephanie Corley. The Journal of Military Ethics accepted their article for publication. Mehlman also debated on medical

Law’s Juscelino Colares presents, publishes on climate change

Law’s Juscelino Colares presents, publishes on climate change

Juscelino F. Colares, professor of law and associate director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, will present “Pleading Patterns and the Role of Litigation as a Driver of Federal Climate Change Legislation,”

Physics’ Robert Brown publishes second edition of “Green Bible” in MRI

Robert Brown

A second edition of a book by Robert Brown, Distinguished University Professor and Institute Professor in the Department of Physics, and his former students recently was published by Wiley-Blackwell. The book, Magnetic Resonance Imaging:

Biology’s Emmitt Jolly chosen as keynote speaker

Emmitt Jolly

Emmitt Jolly, assistant professor of biology, was the keynote speaker at the Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) graduation program. MESA is an academic preparation program for pre-college, community college and university-level students in California. The

Physics professor Robert Brown gives keynote speech at entrepreneurship workshop in Wisconsin

Robert Brown

Robert Brown, Distinguished University Professor and Institute Professor in the Department of Physics, delivered the keynote speech for the Third Lubar-CEAS Joint Workshop on Entrepreneurship & Technology Management in Milwaukee on April 24. The workshop

Music education’s Matthew Garrett publishes on critical thinking in music classrooms

Matthew Garrett

Matthew Garrett, assistant professor of music education and director of choirs, celebrated the release of articles and research in three publications this year. His articles were focused on developing critical thinking skills in school

CWRU’s Baroque Chamber Music and Dance Ensembles to perform at Young Performers Festival

Baroque Chamber Music and Dance Ensemble

Case Western Reserve University’s Baroque Chamber Music and Dance Ensembles will be among six ensembles that will perform at Early Music America’s fourth Young Performers Festival June 4-6 in Berkeley, Calif. The Young Performers

SAGES students present their research at medical history meeting

SAGES students

At this spring’s annual meeting of the Ohio Academy of Medical History (OAMH), five Case Western Reserve undergraduates presented original research about the Lakeside Unit, a corps of civilian staff members from Cleveland’s Lakeside

Paper by anthropology’s Janet McGrath selected by “UNAIDS Science now”

Janet McGrath

UNAIDS Science now selected a recent paper titled “Challenging the paradigm: Anthropological perspectives on HIV as a chronic disease” by Janet McGrath, associate professor of anthropology, and colleagues. The paper was selected for inclusion