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August 31, 2010


August 30, 2010

Team Spirit Powers Case for Community Day

Beautification is a big part of Case for Community Day. The Spartan men’s basketball team knows the meaning of teamwork to score on the court.  They will put their muscle power into action by sprucing up the Martin Luther...

RAM founder Stan Brock to receive Inamori Ethics Prize, speak Wednesday

The Inamoi Ethics Prize medal. Thousands of people from Los Angeles to the rainforests of South America have received free medical care through the work of humanitarian Stan Brock, the founder of Remote Area Medical (RAM). The Inamori International...

August 29, 2010


August 27, 2010

Case Western Reserve Forging a Partnership with Town Hall Cleveland

CWRU is partnering with Town Hall Cleveland. A commitment to education and public discourse has led to a vibrant new partnership for two of Cleveland’s most enduring institutions. Case Western Reserve University is teaming up with Town Hall of...

August 26, 2010

Faculty Members Honored at Convocation as Distinguished University Professors

The Distinguished University Professors. At the 2010 Convocation ceremony yesterday, six exceptional faculty members were conferred the title of Distinguished University Professor—a permanent, honorific title that acknowledges the outstanding contributions of full-time, tenured professors with a distinguished academic record...

Paul Buchheit, Father of Gmail, Donates to Rivergate Project

Case Western Reserve University graduate Paul Buchheit has joined with the university and the Spartan Alumni Rowing Association (SARA) in announcing a $100,000 gift for a permanent boathouse site in Cleveland. The donation to the Cleveland Rowing Foundation will...

August 25, 2010

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August 23, 2010

August 20, 2010

Renovated Leutner Commons video link

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August 19, 2010

Local Organizations Grateful for University Volunteers

Case for Community Day 2008 During Case Western Reserve University’s annual Case for Community Day, hundreds of volunteers are dispatched around the Greater University Circle area for a half-day of service. Administrators from organizations such as the Cleveland Cultural...

August 18, 2010

LEAD Program Enters Second Year

Are you a campus supervisor looking for a way to enhance your skills, meet new colleagues and discover additional ways to support your department? The Learn, Engage, Achieve and Develop (LEAD) Certificate Program for Supervisors could be just the right fit for you.

Tech Transfer Resident Affiliate Ermes Mestroni Taking Lessons Learned Back to Cancer Research Institute in Italy

Summer lessons in the United States, mostly at Case Western Reserve University, have proven to be every bit as valuable as Ermes Mestroni had anticipated.

August 17, 2010

University Maintains Strong Undergraduate U.S. News Ranking; Engineering Improves, Climbing Five Spots

Case Western Reserve University maintained its position as one of the nation’s top 50 universities this year in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” issue. The magazine also reported that the Case School of Engineering climbed five notches to rank 40th this year.

August 16, 2010

LED Lighting Shines Brightly on Campus

A “bright” idea is being implemented at dozens of locations around the Case Western Reserve University campus. The university’s Department of Facilities Services has begun installing LED lights in strategic locations.

August 13, 2010

Case for Community Day is Set for Friday, Sept. 17

The Case Western Reserve University campus has an opportunity to pay it forward when hundreds of volunteers give their time to make a difference during Case for Community Day on Friday, Sept. 17, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

August 12, 2010

$7-Million Renovation to Leutner Commons to “Wow” CWRU Students

When Case Western Reserve University students arrive on campus this fall and go for meals in the newly renovated Leutner Hall in the North Residential Village, they will find more than food made to order. Since October 2009, Leutner Hall has undergone a $7-million transformation with a building design by the Cleveland architects Burt-Hill and San Francisco-based interior designers EDG. Now, the facility has banks of windows on the western and southern exposures that reveal flexible new spaces dedicated to dining, studying, academic and social gatherings and more. The interior is infused with the ambience of earth and sun colors and materials in the environmentally friendly building.

August 11, 2010

Men's Basketball Team Travels to Brazil

Members of Case Western Reserve University’s men’s basketball team will spend almost two weeks in Brazil sharpening their hoop skills and creating lifelong memories.

August 09, 2010

Art History Professor Named
Getty Research Institute Scholar for 2011 Study

Anne Helmreich, associate professor of art history, became enthralled with the rise of art galleries and the concept of selling art as a commodity during a course she co-taught with Catherine Scallen, also an associate professor of art history. Helmreich plans to further her research of the history of the art market in the spring semester 2011 at the Getty Research Institute where she has been invited to be a fellow in residence. She will participate in the Institute’s research theme, "The Display of Art."

August 05, 2010

Bradley W. Fralic Named University Controller

President Barbara R. Snyder announced today that she had appointed Bradley W. Fralic as Case Western Reserve’s permanent Controller. An experienced financial administrator and Certified Public Accountant, Fralic had served as interim Controller since October.

August 03, 2010

Kickball, Dodgeball Players Needed for Sept. 25 Community Event

Campus members will have an opportunity to kick, pitch and run for a good cause during the Third Annual Open Doors Kickball and Dodgeball Tournament on Sept. 25.

Fulbright Scholar Plans to Research How Ancient Indian Dance Could Help Children with Autism

Ramya Raman (CWR ‘10) plans to use her love and knowledge of Bharatha Natyam dance to connect with autistic children in India as a Fulbright Scholar.

August 02, 2010

Fundraising Grows for Third Straight Year

Case Western Reserve University’s alumni and friends continued their extraordinary support in 2009-2010, providing $115.5 million in philanthropy. The figure represents an increase of more than 6 percent over the previous year and the second-highest amount ever received. The results also marked the third consecutive year that the university exceeded $100 million in contributions and pledges.