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Case Daily - August 31, 2007

Case School of Engineering prepares students to lead the advancement of technology and to create new processes, products, methods, materials and systems that benefit society.

Case Daily - August 30, 2007

Like the Case Western Reserve University students she welcomed to the start of the 2007 academic year during the annual Fall Convocation, Barbara R. Snyder said that in some ways, she, too, is just beginning her education here.

Case Daily - August 29, 2007

The President's Circle Reception on August 28 got a surprise boost when the Goldberg, Ponsky and Frankel Family announced its $1 million commitment to the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

Case Daily - August 28, 2007

The National Center for Regenerative Medicine for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine and founding partner Case Western Reserve University have organized the 2007 Adult Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine Conference, through August 29, at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Cleveland.

Case Daily - August 27, 2007

On behalf of the university's senior leadership, I want to welcome all of you to the campus and to the start of the academic year.

Case Daily - August 24, 2007

Case Western Reserve University and the Board of County Commissioners of Cuyahoga County (BOCC) have entered into an agreement that could make Ohio -- and especially Northeast Ohio -- a national and international focal point for energy innovation and a world leader in technologies that provide sustainable, reliable and affordable energy.

Case Daily - August 23, 2007

The National Science Foundation (NSF) survey of industry-financed research and development expenditures at universities and colleges (academic R&D expenditures survey) released its latest findings, and Case Western Reserve University placed in the top third.

Case Daily - August 22, 2007

High blood pressure is increasing in prevalence with the pediatric obesity epidemic. Diagnosing hypertension in children is much more difficult than the simple blood pressure check required in adults, because abnormal blood pressures in children vary with age, sex, and height.

Case Daily - August 21, 2007

Case Western Reserve University has started to showcase its updated logo -- as selected by the university community -- in publications, on select merchandise and on the Web. In order to better highlight the new look, symbolic of the university's traditions of academic excellence and breakthrough research, among others, in its digital communications, the university is requesting help from its community in enhancing its main homepage at http://www.case.edu.

Case Daily - August 20, 2007

The Centers of Excellence at the School of Law allow for collaborative and synergistic academic ventures among faculty and students, and encourage programs and research that benefit the law profession as well as the larger community.

Case Daily - August 17, 2007

U.S. News & World Report's annual college rankings were released earlier today, and Case Western Reserve University remains Ohio's top school.

Case Daily - August 16, 2007

Inflammation from bacterial infections is linked to preterm births and deaths, according to researchers from Case Western Reserve University's School of Dental Medicine and the School of Medicine. They found if receptors responding to the presence of dead or living bacteria in the placentas of mice can be blocked, the number of preterm deaths will decline by nearly half.

Case Daily - August 15, 2007

The School of Dental Medicine at Case Western Reserve University has several programs that involve health services, education and research, which provide opportunities and resources for both graduate students studying dental care systems and the community.

Case Daily - August 14, 2007

Dear University Community, Recently there was an advertisement sponsored by the American Jewish Committee in the New York Times that was endorsed by more than 300 university and college presidents.

Case Daily - August 13, 2007

The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University pulled ahead of dozens of other competitors to take second place in the Net Impact Green Challenge 2007.

Case Daily - August 10, 2007

DEXTER made it! Case Western Reserve University's dune buggy-like autonomous robotic vehicle has passed nearly all of its tests and is headed to the semifinals of the $3.5 million DARPA Urban Challenge October 26-31.

Case Daily - August 09, 2007

Students, faculty and staff who are part of the Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing incorporate community outreach into their educational curriculum on a regular basis as part of the university's overall mission of valuing social responsibility.

Case Daily - August 08, 2007

New Students Explore Campus Using Latest Cell Phone Technology The traditional scavenger hunt during Case Western Reserve University's new...

Case Daily - August 07, 2007

The Case Western Reserve University men's basketball program will do something it has not done in more than 20 years when it travels out of the country this month to play the sport that brings them together.

Case Daily - August 06, 2007

Acclaimed writer Taylor Branch will speak about his authoritative trilogy on the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement as the keynote speaker for the third annual Anisfield-Wolf/SAGES Lecture.

Case Daily - August 03, 2007

Case Western Reserve University art historian Catherine Scallen has a new audience for her lectures on Renaissance art. She recently recorded 36 lectures for the Teaching Company's new DVD course, Art of the Northern Renaissance, which is available to lifelong learners interested in exploring and understanding Renaissance art.

Case Daily - August 02, 2007

Students entering the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine this year have continued a recent custom: Writing their own Student Oath of Professionalism. Students in teams of about eight begin writing this pledge during their orientation. Students must concur on the wording as the pledge serves as a confirmation of their commitment to the traditions and standards of medicine and brings to the fore the responsibilities that come with it.