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Case Daily - October 31, 2007

Cynthia Beall, the S. Idell Pyle Professor of Anthropology at Case Western Reserve University, along with researchers from the university and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, report that Tibetans who live at altitudes around 14,000 feet have 10 times more nitric oxide and have more than double the forearm blood flow of low-altitude dwellers.

Case Daily - October 30, 2007

David H. Matthiesen, associate professor of materials science and engineering at Case Western Reserve University, testified in support of a sweeping energy bill that would require new standards including re-regulating electricity rates.

Case Daily - October 29, 2007

The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Case Medical Center, a partnership between the medical school and University Hospitals, are celebrating the grand opening of their newly renovated Visual Sciences Research Center beginning at 4 today, October 29, in the Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital Performance Area and Hall.

Case Daily - October 26, 2007

DEXTER, Case Western Reserve University's entry in the $3.5 million DARPA Urban Challenge robotic vehicle race, and all of its accoutrements -- including the human members of Team Case -- have arrived in fire-ravaged Southern California to compete in the national semifinals.

Case Daily - October 25, 2007

The board of trustees of Case Western Reserve University this past weekend approved the administration's new plan to balance the institution's budget by 2011.

Case Daily - October 24, 2007

Nursing Students Provide Health Services for Underserved Population in Guatemala Seven nurse practitioner students from the Case Western Reserve...

Case Daily - October 23, 2007

With two weeks remaining in the active portion of the 2007 Charity Choice Campaign, Case Western Reserve University needs support from its faculty and staff to reach its goal of $150,000.

Case Daily - October 22, 2007

Case Western Reserve University has increased the standard number of paid holidays for university employees from eight official holidays and one university-designated paid day off to 11 official paid holidays per year, formalizing the general practice the university has been following in recent years

Case Daily - October 19, 2007

Case Western Reserve University's Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship (SAGES) is one of 13 college programs featured in a recent report celebrating innovative teaching approaches in higher education.

Case Daily - October 18, 2007

Researchers from University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine are part of a new national study that has analyzed more than 18,000 genes, including 5,000 previously unmapped genes, from breast and colorectal tumors.

Case Daily - October 17, 2007

Working with its new Security Task Force, Case Western Reserve University has spent the past several months reviewing and enhancing its emergency response capabilities, training and awareness, detection and prevention and communications.

Case Daily - October 16, 2007

The Case Western Reserve University task force charged with implementing Ohio's smoking law has finalized the locations of 15 designated outdoor smoking areas on campus.

Case Daily - October 15, 2007

Prior to the first pitch of Game 3 of the American League Championship Series Monday, October 15, Case Western Reserve University sophomore Ashley Nemeh will take the field during pregame ceremonies to sing the national anthem in front of a sell-out crowd at Jacobs Field.

Case Daily - October 12, 2007

Case Western Reserve University's regional historian Gladys Haddad has a newly published and illustrated biography on the 19th century philanthropist, Flora Stone Mather, "Daughter of Cleveland's Euclid Avenue & Ohio's Western Reserve."

Case Daily - October 11, 2007

Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder has been elected to the American Law Institute (ALI), one of the nation's premier legal organizations.

Case Daily - October 10, 2007

James Wyant, the dean of the internationally acclaimed College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona, will be the featured speaker at the Inaugural Coulter-Case Lectureship in Biomedical Engineering on October 11.

Case Daily - October 09, 2007

Swagelok Company, a major developer and provider of fluid system solutions, has named Case Western Reserve University alumna, Sunniva Refsnes Collins, to the newly created position of senior research fellow.

Case Daily - October 08, 2007

If Ted Gup hadn't forgotten his wallet at the Akron Beacon Journal office in 1974, he may not be the reporter headed to the Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame on October 25.

Case Daily - October 05, 2007

The Distinguished Alumni Selection Committee has recognized Dr. Gregory L. Eastwood (MED'66) as the first recipient of the Case Western Reserve University Distinguished Alumni Award.

Case Daily - October 04, 2007

Charles "Chuck" Becker embodies the concept of team spirit. When the call went out last spring for a 2007-2008 Spartan mascot, he applied for and earned the position. Now, he's working to pump up the crowd and inject blue and white fever into athletic and university-wide events.

Case Daily - October 03, 2007

Campus Pride — a leading national nonprofit organization for student leaders and campus organizations working to create safer, friendlier lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender environments on campuses — recently launched the LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index. Case Western Reserve University has received three out of five stars on the index, earning a place on the Honor Roll.

Case Daily - October 02, 2007

Stranded in Panama since July, Marixa Lasso, assistant professor of history, got word that her visa problems have ended.

Case Daily - October 01, 2007

On October 4, alumni will have the first of many opportunities to visit the Alumni House at 11310 Juniper Drive.