Law’s Dalindyebo Shabalala reports on proceedings of conference in New Delhi

Dalindyebo Shabalal

Dalindyebo Shabalala, visiting assistant professor of law, filled the role of rapporteur for New Research for Effective Action at Paris and Beyond, a two-day event that was held during the Global Climate Policy Conference

History’s Miriam R. Levin to create course on world’s fairs after attending symposium in Milan

History’s Miriam R. Levin to create course on world’s fairs after attending symposium in Milan

Miriam R. Levin, professor of history and art history, attended Expo Milan 2015 in Milan this summer to study the fair in light of the city’s efforts to turn Milan into a global cultural

Vice President of ITS, CIO Sue B. Workman to present webinar on effective negotiation tips

Vice President of ITS, CIO Sue B. Workman to present webinar on effective negotiation tips

Sue B. Workman, vice president for Information Technology Services and chief information officer of Case Western Reserve University, will participate in a webinar on Wednesday. Aug. 12, from 1 to 2 p.m. Workman will present

Law’s Sharona Hoffman presents on ethical issues in medical field

Law’s Sharona Hoffman presents on ethical issues in medical field

Sharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, professor of bioethics and co-director of the Law-Medicine Center, recently presented on ethical issues in the medical field. At the American Society of Law, Medicine and

Law’s Maxwell Mehlman writes about intersection of law, medicine

Law’s Maxwell Mehlman writes about intersection of law, medicine

Maxwell Mehlman, Distinguished University Professor, the Arthur E. Petersilge Professor of Law, professor of bioethics and director of the Law-Medicine Center, recently published and presented on the intersection of law and medicine. He contributed a

English’s Brad Ricca participates in San Diego Comic-Con panels

Brad Ricca speaking at Comic-Con

Brad Ricca, lecturer of English, participated in two panels at San Diego Comic-Con, discussing different aspects of comics. The first, titled “Scholar #1,” was about the first academic scholarship on comics. The second, “The Twisted Roots

Marilyn S. Mobley, David Fleshler co-author article for ”Insight Into Diversity”

Marilyn S. Mobley, David Fleshler co-author article for ”Insight Into Diversity”

Marilyn S. Mobley, vice president of the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, and David Fleshler, associate provost for International Affairs, co-authored an article for the June 2015 edition of Insight Into Diversity. The

Vice President Marilyn Mobley moderates panel in Italy on black portraiture

Vice President Marilyn Mobley moderates panel in Italy on black portraiture

Marilyn S. Mobley, vice president for inclusion, diversity, and equal opportunity and professor of English, recently served as moderator of a panel discussion during the conference “Black Portraiture(s) III: Imaging the Black Body and

Law’s Robert N. Strassfeld, Calvin Sharpe contribute to law textbook

Robert N. Strassfeld, professor of law, and Calvin Sharpe, the Galen J. Roush Professor of Business Law and Regulation, contributed to the fourth edition of Understanding Labor Law. Strassfeld and Sharpe wrote the book with

Law’s Avidan Y. Cover discusses Iran Nuclear Deal as part of “Happy Dog Takes on the World” series

Avidan Y. Cover

Earlier this month, Avidan Y. Cover, assistant professor of law and director of the Institute for Global Security Law and Policy, participated in the “Happy Dog Takes on the World” discussion on the Iran