Instructor Valerie Haywood presents research on biology education

Valerie Haywood

Valerie Haywood, instructor in the Department of Biology, was invited to present her research on biology education at the annual meeting of the National Association of Biology Teachers last fall. Haywood’s talk, titled ” Concept

Inamori Center’s Shannon French lectures on military ethics at Gettysburg College

Shannon French, director of the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence, delivered the Eisenhower Institute’s 24th annual Henry M. Scharf Lecture at Gettysburg College on Feb. 19. Her lecture, titled, “Death Before Dishonor? Modern Military

Apply by March 20 to present at Cancer Research Fair

Colleges Against Cancer will recognize the cancer research being done on campus by undergraduate and graduate students during the CWRU Cancer Research Fair on Friday, April 3, in the Thwing Center ballroom. To present, students

Arthur Chu—11-time winner of ”Jeopardy!”—to visit campus for three events Feb. 20

Arthur Chu, an 11-time Jeopardy! champion and blogger for The Daily Beast, will be back on campus Friday, Feb. 20, for three events, all held in the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Tinkham

Attend presentations by Freedman Fellows at Kelvin Smith Library

headshots of CWRU's 2015 freedman fellows

Kelvin Smith Library will host presentations by the 2014 Freedman Fellows: Melvyn Goldstein, the John Reynolds Harkness Professor of Anthropology and co-director of the Center for Research on Tibet, and Justin Gallagher, assistant professor

Law Professor Cassandra Robertson publishes, presents on variety of legal issues

Law Professor Cassandra Robertson publishes, presents on variety of legal issues

Cassandra Burke Robertson, professor of law, recently has had works published: Professional Responsibility In The Life Of The Lawyer, second edition, forthcoming in 2015, with Carl A. Pierce, Judy M. Cornett, Alex B. Long and

SAGES fellow Benjamin Sperry serves on panel at annual meeting on criminology

SAGES fellow Benjamin Sperry serves on panel at annual meeting on criminology

In November, SAGES teaching fellow Benjamin Sperry traveled to San Francisco to be a panelist at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology. In his presentation, Sperry discussed a SAGES seminar he developed

Law professor Jessie Hill presents at recent events on variety of topics

Law professor Jessie Hill presents at recent events on variety of topics

Jessie Hill, professor of law, associate dean for faculty development and research, and Laura B. Chisolm Distinguished Research Scholar, recently gave a number of presentations. Recent talks include: “The Affordable Care Act and the Politics of

Law’s Paul Giannelli reports to National Commission on Forensic Science, publishes multiple works

headshot of Paul Giannelli CWRU

Paul Giannelli, the Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor in the School of Law and Distinguished University Professor, recently gave a report on pretrial discovery to the National Commission on Forensic

Law Professor Sharona Hoffman presents on big data, has book accepted for publication

Law Professor Sharona Hoffman presents on big data, has book accepted for publication

Praeger Publishers accepted a book manuscript by Sharona Hoffman, the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, professor of bioethics and co-director of the Law-Medicine Center, titled Aging with A Plan: How a Little Thought Today