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

History’s Miriam Levin takes South African research trip

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Miriam Levin, professor of history, spent May and June on a research trip to South Africa. She visited archives in the eastern Cape and Kwa-Zulu Natal for a book on science teaching at foreign

Sixteen dental school students take Dominican Republic trip

Sixteen students from the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine ventured to the Dominican Republic July 26-Aug. 3 to offer free dental care to 262 patients—80 children and 182 adults. In their

Modern Languages and Literatures’ Marie Lathers attends summer institute about Flannery O’Connor

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Marie Lathers, Treuhaft Professor of French and Humanities, spent July participating in a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute studying late American writer and essayist Flannery O’Connor. The institute was held at Georgia

Law’s Ruqaiijah Yearby presents on health, race

Law’s Ruqaiijah Yearby presents on health, race

Ruqaiijah Yearby, professor of law and associate director of the Law-Medicine Center, recently presented on health and race at Case Western Reserve University and in San Francisco, Calif. She served as a panelist and moderator

Law’s Matthew Rossman presents, publishes paper on trickle-down charity

Law’s Matthew Rossman presents, publishes paper on trickle-down charity

Matthew Rossman, professor of law and co-director of the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center, published and presented on trickle-down charity this year. On Jan. 23, he presented his article “Evaluating Trickle Down Charity” at