Law professor Sharona Hoffman’s new book offers wide-ranging tips on aging, caring for elderly loved ones

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The challenges can be immense when a busy middle-aged person must adapt to managing the care of an elderly family member or close friend, especially if one or more chronic illnesses are involved. A new

Law’s Erik Jensen publishes paper, presents multiple times

Law’s Erik Jensen publishes paper, presents multiple times

Erik Jensen, the Coleman P. Burke Professor of Law, published, “Sometimes Unguided (or Maybe Misguided) Economic Substance Guidance,” in the Journal of Taxation of Investments, Winter 2015.  Jensen also made several presentations within the last six

Weatherhead School’s David Cooperrider launches Leadership Deep Dive program in Australia

Weatherhead School’s David Cooperrider launches Leadership Deep Dive program in Australia

David Cooperrider, the Fairmount Santrol – David L. Cooperrider Professor in Appreciative Inquiry, recently visited Macquarie Graduate School of Management in Sydney, Australia to launch the Leadership Deep Dive program. At the launch, Cooperrider presented

Staff member Arnold Hirshon co-facilitates Library Leadership Institute in China

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Arnold Hirshon, associate provost and university librarian, was the co-facilitator of a three-day Library Leadership Institute on “Leading the Next Generation Research Library.” The Institute, which was organized by the University of Hong Kong Libraries,

Robotics Club takes part in NASA mining competition

Case Western Reserve University’s undergraduate Robotics Club competed at NASA’s annual robotic mining competition at NASA Kennedy Space Center in May for the third year in a row, finishing with their team best at

Weatherhead School’s Scott Shane participates in panel on engaging millennials in entrepreneurship

Scott Shane

Scott Shane, the A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, participated in a panel discussion on “Millennials and Entrepreneurship: A Conversation about Engaging the Next Generation” at The City Club of Cleveland on

School of Law’s Ruqaiijah Yearby talks racial disparities in health care

School of Law’s Ruqaiijah Yearby talks racial disparities in health care

Ruqaiijah Yearby, the Oliver C. Schroeder Jr. Distinguished Research Scholar, associate director of the Law-Medicine Center and professor of law, gave the keynote address for a Cleveland Office of Minority Health event in April.

Law’s Jessie Hill gives presentations on religion, reproductive rights

Law’s Jessie Hill gives presentations on religion, reproductive rights

Earlier this year, Jessie Hill, the Laura B. Chisolm Distinguished Research Scholar and professor of law, gave multiple presentations on the topics of religion and reproductive rights. On March 3, Hill presented “Change, Dissent, and

SAGES lecturer to publish novel on Armenian genocide

Cover of the Ash Tree by Daniel Melnick

Daniel Melnick, a part-time SAGES lecturer, will publish his novel, The Ash Tree, on May 15, in conjunction with the centennial commemoration of the Armenian genocide, which began on April 24 a century ago

Undergraduate student argues for marriage equality in op-ed

In response to the Supreme Court hearing on the nationalization of same-sex marriage equality, Joshua D. Lehrer, a junior undergraduate at Case Western Reserve University, published an op-ed in The Plain Dealer. Ohio is one