In November, SAGES teaching fellow Benjamin Sperry traveled to San Francisco to be a panelist at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology.
In his presentation, Sperry discussed a SAGES seminar he developed
Erik Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor of Law, recently published “Student Athletes Revisited” in the fall 2014 edition of Journal of Taxation of Investments. In addition, he had four entries in the second
Jessie Hill, professor of law, associate dean for faculty development and research, and Laura B. Chisolm Distinguished Research Scholar, recently gave a number of presentations.
Recent talks include:
“The Affordable Care Act and the Politics of
LaShanda Korley, the Climo Associate Professor and Kavli Fellow in the Case School of Engineering, traveled to Japan this week as a planning group member for the 14th Japanese-American Kavli Frontiers of Science symposium, sponsored by
The new book Nurses Making Policy: From Bedside to Boardroom (Springer Publishing, 2014) implores nurses to speak up and be heard, from the hospital corridors to the floors of Congress.
Be the voice for change,
Paul Giannelli, the Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor in the School of Law and Distinguished University Professor, recently gave a report on pretrial discovery to the National Commission on Forensic
Praeger Publishers accepted a book manuscript by Sharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, professor of bioethics and co-director of the Law-Medicine Center, titled Aging with A Plan: How a Little Thought Today
Women in STEM Careers: International Perspectives on Increasing Workforce Participation, Advancement and Leadership, co-edited by Diana Bilimoria, KeyBank Professor and professor and chair of organizational behavior at Weatherhead School of Management, and Linley Lord, associate professor