Biology’s Valerie Haywood presents at American Society of Plant Biologists annual conference

Biology’s Valerie Haywood presents at American Society of Plant Biologists annual conference

Valerie Haywood, senior instructor of biology, presented her ongoing work in undergraduate biology education at Plant Biology 2016, the annual meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists, in Austin, Texas, in July. More

Law’s Erik M. Jensen gives his take on benefits of the Electoral College

Erik Jensen

Erik M. Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor Emeritus of Law, penned an op-ed for The Plain Dealer, in which he explained the benefits of the Electoral College. In his article, titled “Is the Electoral

Law’s Jonathan Entin pens two chapters for new books, two articles for “The Federal Lawyer”

Jonathan Entin

Jonathan Entin, the David L. Brennan Professor Emeritus of Law, recently made a number of contributions to law publications. In Presidents and the Constitution: A Living History, he wrote a chapter about John Quincy Adams.

History’s John Broich writes about British politician Nigel Farage’s visit to Cleveland

John Broich, associate professor of history, wrote about British politician Nigel Farage’s visit to Cleveland during the Republican National Convention. In an article for The City Club of Cleveland titled “Farage in Cleveland,” Broich wrote

Case Comprehensive Cancer Center director Stanton Gerson writes about Cancer Moonshot

Case Comprehensive Cancer Center director Stanton Gerson writes about Cancer Moonshot

Stanton L. Gerson, director of the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, wrote a guest column for The Plain Dealer about Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot. His column, titled “Cleveland matters for Vice President Biden’s Cancer

Engineering’s Rigoberto Advincula leads workshop on next generation of biomaterials

Engineering’s Rigoberto Advincula leads workshop on next generation of biomaterials

Rigoberto Advincula, professor of macromolecular science and engineering, led a biomaterials workshop with the National Science Foundation this week in Arlington, Virginia. Advincula led the effort in bringing a diverse community of academic and research

Mandel School’s Rob Fischer pens article about poverty in Cleveland

Mandel School’s Rob Fischer pens article about poverty in Cleveland

Rob Fischer, research professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, wrote an article for Zocalo Public Square, in which he described Cleveland’s poverty problem. His article, which is titled

Is the Roberts Court pro-business? Not necessarily, according to new book by law professor

Jonathan Adler

Case Western Reserve School of Law Professor Jonathan Adler and business law experts examine U.S. Supreme Court’s record on business cases At first glance, the new book Business and the Roberts Court (Oxford University Press)

Excerpt of Ross Duffin’s chapter on music in Shakespeare’s plays published by Oxford University Press

Excerpt of Ross Duffin’s chapter on music in Shakespeare’s plays published by Oxford University Press

The Oxford University Press published an excerpt from Ross Duffin’s chapter in the Oxford Handbook of the Age of Shakespeare. Duffin, the Fynette H. Kulas Professor of Music, wrote a chapter titled “Music and the

Weatherhead School’s Roman Sheremeta pens article on benefits of tax cuts on imported cars for Ukraine

Weatherhead School’s Roman Sheremeta pens article on benefits of tax cuts on imported cars for Ukraine

Roman Sheremeta, assistant professor of economics, wrote an article for Vox Ukraine titled “Tax Cuts on Imported Used Cars will Benefit Ukrainian Economy.” In his article, Sheremeta explained traditional benefits of free trade and broke