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 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

PEER Fellows to present at today’s Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods seminar

PEER cohort

The Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods (PRCHN) seminar series will continue today (June 10) from noon to 1:15 p.m in the ground floor conference room of the BioEnterprise Building with the Partners in

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

Learn more about conducting official business for CWRU internationally at May 27 session

Case Western Reserve University is committed to international engagement that promotes an inclusive culture of global citizenship. While many benefits come from these global efforts, there are risks unique to international business. Because CWRU

Bioethics’ Insoo Hyun speaks on ethical issues of preclinical research

Insoo Hyun

Insoo Hyun, associate professor of bioethics and philosophy, addressed the Institute of Medicine in Washington, D.C., on April 1. In his presentation, he spoke on the ethical issues surrounding preclinical research for mitochondrial replacement therapies

University of Southern California professor to present on how social network theory applies to health research

Thomas Valente

Thomas Valente, professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine in the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, will give a presentation on “Social Network Analysis and Health,” on Wednesday, May 6,

Rice University scholar to discuss tobacco, health inequities at May 1 presentation

The Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods (PRCHN) will co-sponsor a presentation on “Tobacco and Health Inequities” Friday, May 1, from noon to 1 p.m. in Biomedical Research Building, Room 105 (Frohring Auditorium). David Wetter,