New book by Weatherhead School of Management researchers sets course for economic revival

Chris Laszlo

America is on course to be surpassed economically by China and India. With a disengaged workforce and a shrinking middle class, the quality of life for the masses, long held as the American Dream,

Incoming students: Attend school-specific orientation events

New undergraduate students are encouraged to attend events geared toward their field of study during New Student Orientation this week. The College of Arts and Sciences, Case School of Engineering, Weatherhead School of Management

Economics’ Silvia Prina receives two research grants

Silvia Prina

Silvia Prina, associate professor of economics, won two research grants for the project “Delivering Conditional Cash Transfers via Savings Accounts: Default and Mental Accounting Mechanisms.” Prina was invited to present her research at the International Food

Weatherhead School’s Kalle Lyytinen received award for contributions to information systems field

Kalle Lyytinen, associate dean for research and Iris S. Wolstein Professor of Management Design, received the LEO Award from the Association for Information Systems (AIS). The LEO Award is named after the Lyons Electronic Office—the

Weatherhead School’s Tim Fogarty, Greg Jonas receive Best Paper Award

Tim Fogarty, professor of accountancy, and Greg Jonas, associate professor of accountancy, received the Best Paper Award for their paper “Author characteristics for major accounting journals: differences among similarities 1989–2009,” published in Issues in Accounting

Administrative Professionals Network to hold meeting July 21

The Case Western Reserve University Administrative Professionals Network (APN) will hold its next meeting Monday, July 21, from noon to 1 p.m., in the Toepfer Room on the second floor of Adelbert Hall. Ellen Burts-Cooper, an adjunct professor

School of Medicine, Weatherhead School of Management to offer dual degrees in biomedical sciences, business

doctor and business man

New graduate degrees a response to career opportunities created by changes in health care To prepare students for increasing job opportunities generated by the changing health care environment, Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine

UCITE to offer session on Professor Emeritus Dave Kolb’s learning styles, cycles

In 1984, David Kolb, professor emeritus at the Weatherhead School of Management, published his learning styles and learning cycle model now used worldwide. The cycle comprises four stages of learning: concrete experience, reflective observation,

Staff Advisory Council accepting nominations for representatives through July 11

The Staff Advisory Council is accepting nominations for representatives through July 11. All regular, full- or part-time, exempt and non-exempt, non-faculty employees with at least six months of service with the university are eligible to

5 questions with…organizational behavior guru, new HR administrator Bonnie Richley


Throughout all her years of education, research and teaching, Bonnie Richley has maintained the same goal: “I’ve always wanted to make a difference,” she said. Her new role will allow her to do just