Eric Schearer, Ph.D., professor of engineering at Cleveland State University, has created a series of courses that put empathy at the heart of teaching students about technologies that address disabilities. The course sequence, “Disability, Empathy and Technology,” was first made available to students in spring of 2019.
A team of researchers from Cleveland State University has been awarded a three-year, $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s ADVANCE program for a project titled “Achieving Excellence and Equity through Academic Leadership Development.”
To the Reader: For over 20 years The Stater has dedicated itself to reporting on the happenings at Cleveland State University. Though our publication has a long history, it would seem we are all living in a completely different world than the one in which it was founded.
“Live Law. Live Justice.” This is the motto of Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. A motto that the college hopes to continue to fulfill by hosting its first Living Justice Day on Nov. 6. The goal of Living Justice Day is to generate a new scholarship opportunity for students continuing their law education.