Award-winning scholar of supply chain & operations management will become the new dean of the Weatherhead School of Management on Sept. 1, 2017.
Research co-authored by Justin Gallagher, assistant professor of economics, sets out to determine whether healthier school lunches affect student test scores.
Mariana Carrera, assistant professor of economics, explained the variables to consider when evaluating the Ohio Drug Price Relief Act.
Assistant professor of design & innovation Michael Goldberg is one of 39 selected to be a part of the 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50 Advisory Council.
Bilimoria and Singer will speak about their NSF grants, including current IDEAL-N grants.
Professor of organizational behavior & instructor for the Leadership Lab for Women in STEM™ Diana Bilimoria pens an Op-Ed for IndustryWeek.
Weatherhead was recognized by AACSB International in their Entrepreneurship Spotlight Challenge, for the work done by assistant professor of design and innovation Michael Goldberg's "Beyond Silicon Valley" course.
Helper, Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics, discusses what the data behind a new Blue Collar Jobs Tracker really means.
Weatherhead's A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies & professor of economics selected as 1 of 5 CWRU faculty members for this annual honor.
The second episode of the ongoing podcast series focuses on the entrepreneurial atmosphere in Iran through the eyes of one if its own young entrepreneurs.
Silvers, the John R. Mannix Medical Mutual of Ohio Professor of Health Care Finance, was featured on NPR's Marketplace and discussed the impact on insurance companies if President Trump withholds ACA subsidies.
The Atlantic highlights the research done by Gallagher and co-authors Michael Anderson and Elizabeth Ramirez Ritchie and discusses the effect it might have on education policy.
Susan Helper, PhD and Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics, is featured in CNN Money's article on the evolution of manufacturing as President Trump tries to boost jobs in the industry.
For his contributions to human resources, Boyatzis will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual Crain's Cleveland Archer Awards.