5 questions with… economics, entrepreneurial studies professor Scott Shane

Scott Shane

Scott Shane, the A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies and professor of economics, started teaching at Case Western Reserve University 12 years ago. At that time, entrepreneurship was taught in a classroom

Strategic Innovation Lab, Professor Sue Helper play key roles in Department of Commerce roundtable

Strategic Innovation Lab, Professor Sue Helper play key roles in Department of Commerce roundtable

Case Western Reserve University’s Strategic Innovation Lab recently co-sponsored a Department of Commerce roundtable aimed at helping businesses incorporate natural capital in their planning and operations. Sue Helper, the Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of

CWRU students help Ohio apple orchard with shift to making, selling hard cider

Peter B. Lewis Building CWRU Weatherhead School of Management

Weatherhead School of Management Department of Design & Innovation project assists family-run Rittman Orchards A family-run business near Doylestown and Rittman in Northeast Ohio is well known for growing and selling a wide variety of

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

Free webinar on appreciative inquiry with Professor David Cooperrider

cooperrider

The Master of Science Program in Positive Organization Development and Change will sponsor a free webinar with David Cooperrider, the Fairmount Santrol – David L. Cooperrider Professor in Appreciative Inquiry, on Wednesday, June 3,

Experts to discuss economic impact of health care reform

How health care is obtained, provided and paid for in America is increasingly vital to the national economy. In the face of health care reform, urgent and practical responses on behalf of providers are

Graduating student wins Alumni Association’s Ohio Collegiate Plate Program scholarship

Jason Rucker

Jason N. Rucker was named this year’s scholarship recipient of the Ohio Collegiate Plate Program, sponsored by The Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University. The CWRU Ohio License Plate Scholarship is awarded to

Weatherhead School’s Mariana Carrera, Justin Gallagher address vaccination debate through economic lens

Mariana Carrera and Justin Gallagher, assistant professors of economics in the Weatherhead School of Management, recently published an op-ed in The Plain Dealer on the economic benefits of vaccinating children. Carrera and Gallagher’s approach examined

Weatherhead School’s Michael Goldberg awarded Fulbright fellowship in Namibia

Michael Goldberg, a visiting assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management, will start a Fulbright fellowship in Namibia on May 8. As a Fulbright Senior Specialist, Goldberg will work at

Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week concludes today; meet three students

CWRU students walk in front of sign on Adelbert Road

Graduate and professional students at Case Western Reserve University are much more than just students. They’re researchers, teachers and leaders. Through their efforts in their research, graduate and professional students make new breakthroughs in their