English’s William Marling publishes book 20 years in the making examining world literature

William Marling

In the 1960s, when matchmakers paired writers with receptive readers overseas, so-called “World Literature” was born The spark for William Marling’s new book—Gatekeepers: The Emergence of World Literature and the 1960s—came 20-odd years ago, while

English’s Michael Clune pens article in “The Atlantic” on using virtual reality

English’s Michael Clune pens article in “The Atlantic” on using virtual reality

Michael Clune, professor of English, penned an opinion piece on what it’s like to use virtual reality—and the difference between seeing something through the eyes of someone else and seeing it from the user’s

CWRU health care scholars participate in Health Journalism 2016 conference

More than 600 attendees gathered in Cleveland last month for Health Journalism 2016, the annual conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ). This highly regarded event highlighted the perspective of numerous experts

Law’s Erik M. Jensen writes opinion article on problems with electing candidates with the primary system

Law’s Erik M. Jensen writes opinion article on problems with electing candidates with the primary system

Erik M. Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor of Law, wrote an opinion piece for The Baltimore Sun, titled “Let the pols pick the nominees.” In his article, he argued that often, the winners of

Engineering professor conducts workshop in the Philippines on “Technopreneurship and Innovation”

Engineering professor conducts workshop in the Philippines on “Technopreneurship and Innovation”

Rigoberto C. Advincula, professor of macromolecular science and engineering, worked overseas in the Philippines as part of Visiting Professor Program (VPP) with Philippine Development Foundation in late April. Advincula is on the board of trustees

Law’s Maureen Kenny gives talks on human trafficking

Maureen Kenny

Maureen Kenny, professor of lawyering skills, has recently given many presentations in the Cleveland area on human trafficking. She gave the following talks: “Legal Developments in Sex Trafficking Laws,” NEO Human Trafficking Symposium, Cleveland, August 2015; “Representing

Law professor pens piece on providing relief to those hit hardest by foreclosure

Law professor pens piece on providing relief to those hit hardest by foreclosure

Matthew Rossman, professor of law, wrote an opinion piece for The Plain Dealer titled “Homeowners hardest hit by foreclosure crisis deserve ‘disaster’ relief.” In his article, Rossman explains how certain communities were hit hardest by

Images generated at Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics appear on cover of journal

April 2016 cover of European Urology

Images generated within the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD) made the front cover of the April edition of European Urology, the highest ranked urology journal in terms of impact factor. The images

School of Law faculty have papers among top downloaded on Social Science Research Network

Two faculty members in the School of Law landed in top 10 categories on the Social Science Research Network website for articles they’ve published. Michael Scharf, co-dean of the School of Law and the Joseph C.

Political science’s Joseph White writes opinion article on reforming the Cadillac Tax

Political science’s Joseph White writes opinion article on reforming the Cadillac Tax

Joseph White, Luxenberg Family Professor of Public Policy, penned an opinion article for the Health Affairs Blog titled “Reform the ‘Cadillac Tax’ to target rich benefits, not high costs.” He explains the tax as “a