Pediatrics’ Nadzeya Marozkina publishes new book connecting nutrition, cancer prevention

Nadzeya Marozkina, assistant professor of pediatrics, published a book titled Essential Components of Nutrition (vitamins, micro and macroelements, proteins, carbohydrates and essential fatty acids) in Cancer Prevention. The book is designed both for medical professionals

Distinguished University Professor recognized in paper by Council on Social Work Education

Distinguished University Professor recognized in paper by Council on Social Work Education

In celebration of Social Work Month, Women’s History Month and World Social Work Day on March 18, the Council on Social Work Education published a paper celebrating three former CSWE presidents, including M.C. “Terry”

Weatherhead School doctoral student publishes paper, receives fellowship

Weatherhead School doctoral student publishes paper, receives fellowship

Jennifer Madden, a doctoral candidate in the Weatherhead School of Management, had her paper, “The ABCDs (Autonomy, Boundary Spanning, Common Vision and Design Attitude) of Successful Collaboration,” accepted for presentation in a Divisional Paper

Art historian Henry Adams to appear at 2014 ARTExpo to lead tour, talk and sign new book

Art historian Henry Adams to appear at 2014 ARTExpo to lead tour, talk and sign new book

The Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association will host two events featuring Case Western Reserve University professor of American art Henry Adams on Saturday, March 15, and Sunday, March 16, at the Fred and Laura

Political science’s Karen Beckwith presents at Scottish Parliament Women’s Dinner

Political science’s Karen Beckwith presents at Scottish Parliament Women’s Dinner

Karen Beckwith, the Flora Stone Mather Professor of Political Science, recently gave a talk at the Scottish Parliament Women’s Dinner, during Scottish Trade Union Week. Her talk was titled “Current Issues in the US

Mathematics’ Calvetti, Somersalo publish math textbook

Daniela Calvetti, chair of the Department of Mathematics, and Erkki Somersalo, professor of mathematics, published a new textbook titled Computational Mathematical Modeling: An Integrated Approach Across Scales. The book concentrates on two modeling paradigms: macroscopic,

Book edited by Mandel School’s Terry Hokenstad is resource for social work curriculums

Hokenstad

M.C. “Terry” Hokenstad, the Ralph S. and Dorothy P. Schmitt Professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, is the co-editor of  Teaching Human Rights, a new curriculum resource

VP Marilyn Mobley speaks in honor of MLK, Nelson Mandela

VP Marilyn Mobley speaks in honor of MLK, Nelson Mandela

On Saturday, Jan. 18, Marilyn Sanders Mobley, vice president for the Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, was the keynote speaker at the annual Portage County NAACP Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast. Her talk,

Professor Kathryn Mercer presents on law school’s new curriculum

Kathryn Mercer, professor of legal analysis and writing, presented at the one-day Legal Writing Conference at the University of Michigan School of Law, in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Dec. 6. Mercer presented “Enhancing the First

Law’s Jonathan Adler to have a regular presence on “The Washington Post”

Jonathan Adler

This week, The Washington Post announced a partnership with The Volokh Conspiracy, a well-known blog that covers law, public policy, politics, culture and other topics. Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and