February 20, 2009

Project Submissions Up
for Research ShowCASE 2009

Campus Community Invited to Register for April 16 Event

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The Case Western Reserve University community should expect to see even more thought-provoking projects on display at this year's Research ShowCASE. That's because organizers have received a record number of more than 600 project proposals.

"We are pleased with the submissions this year. Nearly every school will be represented with presentations from art history, English and anthropology to management, engineering, medicine, nursing and dentistry. This is a testament to the vitality of the research enterprise at Case Western Reserve University," said Cindy Barker, director of communications and development in the Office of Research and Technology Management.

Research ShowCASE will take place Thursday, April 16, at Veale Center. The annual event features hundreds of researchers, scientists and scholars coming together for a day of collaboration, creativity and innovation.

Campus community members and the general public are invited to register online for the exhibition. Attendees should expect to see real-world applications, critical insights and creative and intellectual activities. The projects will highlight the full range of faculty, postdoctoral and graduate research done year-round at the university.

For more information contact Kimyette Finley, 216.368.0521.

Posted by: Kimyette Finley, February 20, 2009 02:03 PM | News Topics: Collaborations/Partnerships, Events, Faculty, Research, Staff, Students, Technology, news

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