Cleveland 2016: Faculty help students get up-close understanding of politics at RNC

Balloons and confetti drop from the ceiling at the end of Republican National Convention in 2008

As a former reporter, Jim Sheeler knows the excitement of covering presidential politics. So, as one of the largest events of the year comes to Cleveland in July, Sheeler wants to make sure his

Weatherhead School of Management launches new magazine

Peter B. Lewis Building

Weatherhead School of Management recently launched a new publication, beyond Magazine. The magazine features stories from around the world that exemplify leadership in design, innovation and sustainability through a personal, inspiring and engaging lens. Rooted

Faculty members in medicine, management win best overall manuscript award at international conference

Yunmei Wang, assistant professor of medicine, and Philip A. Cola, adjunct assistant professor of medicine and management, won the best overall manuscript at the 21st International Academy of Management and Business Conference held in

Rekha Srinivasan honored with Jackson Award

Rekha Srinivasan

Senior Chemistry Instructor Rekha Srinivasan believes a university is responsible for educating students in more than academics. “Students are adults, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need occasional advice and support,” she said. “My job

Four professors selected for Faculty Distinguished Research Award

headshots of CWRU Faculty Distinguished Research Award winners 2016

More than 1,000 stakeholders and community members are expected to visit Research ShowCASE April 15 to see the latest innovations from faculty and students at Case Western Reserve University. Among them: Four of the

Ask Lyft COO Rex Tibbens questions at interactive lunchtime Skype session April 11

IDEA (Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship Association) will host an interactive lunchtime Skype with Rex Tibbens (GRS ‘98, finance), chief operating officer of Lyft, Monday, April 11, at noon in Peter B. Lewis Building, Room

Research finds mindfulness in the workplace improves employee focus, attention, behavior

Christopher Lyddy

Mindfulness is often viewed as either a touchy-feely fad or valuable management tool that can lift an entire workplace. A new comprehensive analysis of mindfulness research, co-directed by a management scientist at Case Western Reserve

CWRU students install solar panels in Namibia, thanks to a Weatherhead professor’s MOOC

Students on trip to Namibia to install solar panels

When Michael Goldberg started his Massive Open Online Course two years ago, he hoped it would empower students around the globe to launch their own businesses. He never imagined that Case Western Reserve undergraduates would

Save the date: Network with young professionals in health care at April 28 event

Learn more about Weatherhead School of Management’s part-time Master of Science in Management-Healthcare program at a networking event Thursday, April 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Corner Alley Uptown. The event will feature

Part-time MBA student named a recipient of the Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Award

The Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club, the largest young professional group in Northeast Ohio, recently announced the recipients of the 2016 Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Awards. Among the list of recipients