Consumers spend billions of dollars on cosmetics to enhance their facial features, but if a face is injured, burned, scarred or marred by disease, little can be done to restore full function—from sensation to growing new hair.
During Case Western Reserve University's fifth annual Case for Community Day on September 21, nearly 300 university volunteers visited more than 50 locations to assist neighbors in Cleveland wards 6, 7, 8 and 9.
Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Institute of Art and the State University of New York this fall have joined forces to introduce the works of contemporary Latin American and Italian American artists to Cleveland.
The George Gund Foundation has awarded a $120,000 grant to the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University to sustain its Child Policy Initiative (CPI) through 2009.
Inspired by Case Western Reserve University biology professor Arnold Caplan's work with mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) in skeletal research and its potential use in developing treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, Case Western Reserve alumnus L. David Baldwin (CIT '49) has donated $1.6 million to the university's College of Arts and Sciences.
Alumni Weekend and Homecoming 2007 is not just for graduates of Case Western Reserve University. Alumni and the entire campus community are invited to take part in a host of activities designed to generate unity, enthusiasm and pride among all university constituents.
This year marks the second in which Case Western Reserve University will launch its university-wide Charity Choice Campaign to raise funds for local charities on Case For Community Day.
The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine supports the mission of delivering health services to the Greater Cleveland area and beyond.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) today announced that it has awarded $64 million to Case Western Reserve University, in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals and MetroHealth Medical Center, to become part of a national consortium designed to transform how clinical and translational research is conducted, ultimately enabling researchers to provide new treatments more efficiently and quickly to patients.
David Shipler,author of "The Working Poor: Invisible in America," will speak at Case Western Reserve University on October 5 as part of the Alumni Weekend and Homecoming activities.
Dear Case Western Reserve Community: It is my great pleasure to announce to the Case Western Reserve University community I have named Dr. Pamela Bowes Davis as the school's permanent dean.
Known for developing future business and management leaders, the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University also plays a leadership role in reaching out to the community.
The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation was recently selected as one of 11 foundations nationwide to receive funding in the second year of Partners Investing in Nursing's Future, a national initiative to develop and test solutions to America's nursing shortage.
The College of Arts and Sciences houses several community outreach programs that involve active participation of students, faculty and staff.
Along with imbibing the Great Lakes Brewing Company's Eliot Ness and other beer and dinner specialties, Clevelanders can get a taste of science on the second Monday of each month through Science Café Cleveland at the brewery.
The Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations are both committed to community service. Read more about their programs.
Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine researchers will test special gummy bears containing a sugar substitute on children to see if it reduces cavities in the first emerging permanent teeth.
The Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation Center at Case Western Reserve University will partner with Cyberkinetics Neurotechnology Systems Inc. and Brown University to develop an implantable micro-system neural interface.
During Case Western Reserve University's Katherine Bakeless Nason Professor of Theater Ron Wilson Wilson's fall semester sabbatical, he will enrich his love for theater and drawing with experiences that will take him to a famous atelier in Paris and to a Boston theater.