CWRU Featured News

April 3, 2020: Dealing with COVID-19 anxiety: CWRU psychology professor Jane Timmons-Mitchell offers tips for coping

January 6, 2020: Study: Reduce crime by focusing efforts on rapists

December 18, 2019: Case Western Reserve social sciences researchers develop new tool to assess exposure to childhood violence, trauma

December 9, 2019: Training middle-school educators to identify suicide warning signs

November 25, 2019: Case Western Reserve part of $1 million grant to launch new domestic violence court

November 12, 2019: Taking the next step in sexual assault research

October 3, 2019: Case Western Reserve University part of a multi-million-dollar grant to combat opioid epidemic

March 28, 2019: Gangs are built around social networks, not crime: Case Western Reserve researcher

March 26, 2019: Case Western Reserve University boasts four of the top 100 social work professors in the country

March 6, 2019: ‘Signaling’ change in sexual assault cases

February 7, 2019: Nearly $1 million grant to equip ‘first social responders,’ help at-risk kids

August 2, 2018: Juvenile diversion programs work, but new CWRU research shows they also curb tendencies to reoffend in early adulthood

July 16, 2018: How emergency departments, doctors’ offices can help prevent suicide

July 5, 2018: Legacy of ‘redlining’: How 1930s Cleveland mortgage-lending maps mirror today’s poverty

June 11, 2018: Preventing murder by addressing domestic violence

March 12, 2018: New research shows what we know (and don’t) about serial rapists

March 7, 2018: CWRU professor joins scholars from around U.S. in national call-to-action to prevent gun violence

November 29, 2017: CWRU organizes bipartisan public policy briefing on opioid crisis to be held today

October 18, 2017: Fatal opioid traffickers targeted by nearly $1 million federal grant

October 10, 2017: The Monument Quilt—created by and for survivors of rape and abuse—visits campus

October 20, 2016: Rape kit research to expand with $3 million from U.S. Department of Justice

September 12, 2016: Testing backlogged sexual assault kits prevents future rapes and saves victims and communities millions

June 13, 2016: Testing of backlogged rape kits yields new insights into rapists and major implications for how sexual assaults should be investigated

April 20, 2016: Online program reduces bullying behavior in schools, tests show

February 8, 2016: Addressing trauma in juvenile offenders should be larger focus of rehabilitation, study finds

January 14, 2015: CWRU researchers find Ohio’s diversion program effective in helping juvenile offenders