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

CWRU profiled in Polish university publication after delegates visit campus

In early March, Case Western Reserve University hosted international delegates, sponsored by EducationUSA Leadership Institutes. CWRU was selected as a host university for the second portion of the program, which focused on links between

Fire, risk and accident shape glassblower who shattered norms

glass blown art

Known for his signature eye patch, Dale Chihuly lost sight in his left eye at the height of his career in the 1970’s, losing the depth perception so critical to precise glassblowing. Forcing a pivot

History professor participates in Turkish university’s celebratory event

History professor participates in Turkish university’s celebratory event

Earlier this month, John Grabowski, the Krieger Mueller Associate Professor of Applied History, gave a lecture at Bilkent University in Turkey. Grabowski’s lecture, titled “İhsan Doğramacı and the History of an Idea,” was part of

University community members published on Anisfield-Wolf blog

Two university community members were recently published on the Anisfield-Wolf blog. Karen Long, manager of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, was among the supporters of the 2016 Martin Luther King Essay contest, providing books for the

Faculty members publish opinion article about conflict in Israel

Ted Steinberg, the Adeline Barry Davee Distinguished Professor of History and professor of law, and Douglas Kerr, professor emeritus of pediatrics, co-wrote an opinion piece titled “With the Middle East peace process ‘dead,’ now

Senior publishes second book based on personal experiences

Senior publishes second book based on personal experiences

John Brogan, a senior studying cognitive science, recently published his second book, which is based on personal experiences. The fictional poetry book, titled St. Augustine and the Piano, loosely follows Brogan’s travels with just a