Case Western Reserve University's Faculty Senate is requesting that university leadership focus on two main financial priorities on behalf of faculty in the coming fiscal year -- create a child care facility on campus to aid in the recruitment and retention of faculty and increase the faculty compensation pool to address compression, inversion and inequity.
DEXTER, the autonomous vehicle which finished in the top 20 last fall in the United States Department of Defense's DARPA Urban Challenge robotic vehicle race in Victorville, Calif., will be inducted into the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum at 6:30 p.m. this evening at the museum.
After spending some of his early years in the United States, Vladan Bajic has returned to the country as a visiting researcher at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, investigating cell cycle re-entry and chromosomal instability in Alzheimer's disease as a member of the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program.
Nationalism and racial harmony forged one of Latin America's most powerful racial ideologies -- the myth of racial democracy, says Marixa Lasso, assistant professor of history.
Case Western Reserve University physicists and others from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search experiment announced they have regained the lead in the worldwide race to find the particles that make up dark matter.
A $100,000 grant from the Max Kade Foundation in New York City will be used to reconfigure the Max Kade Center for German Studies to support a multi-use environment for classes, readings, lectures, workshops, film screenings and more.
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Rhonda Williams, associate professor of history, was recently named a "Top Young Historian" by the History News Network.
Robert Fischer, co-director of the Center for Urban Poverty and Community Development at the Case Western Reserve University Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, will be sharing his expertise on how to evaluate faith-based services with the White House.
The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine recently presented 39 faculty members with Scholarship in Teaching Awards.
The Case School of Engineering is holding several events to celebrate National Engineers' Week February 18-22.
Case Western Reserve University's Men's Glee Club continued its 40-year custom of delivering singing valentines, including a four-song serenade for President Barbara R. Snyder.
John Oshchypok made a final cheer for his alma mater when he made a bequest of a $1.1 million gift to advance energy-related research in the chemistry department. Oshchypok raised school spirit as the "A" on the Case cheering squad and urged the Rough Riders down the field for touchdowns in the early 1950s.
Case Western Reserve University will honor basketball players from Western Reserve University, Case Institute of Technology and Mather College when it hosts its third annual Throwback Weekend February 15-17.
Case Western Reserve University's Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence will be awarding the first ever Inamori Ethics Prize in September 2008.
The world is constantly abuzz with particles in motion, and Peter Kotelenez, professor of mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, is using his numerical knowledge to explain this scientific spectacle.
More elderly adults are lighting up cigarettes and not reporting their nicotine habits to doctors and others, according to new a new study by researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine and other university collaborators.
Case Western Reserve University track standout Esther Erb (Richmond, Va.) and wrestler David Manoogian (Green, Ohio) each have been named co-athlete of the week in their respective sports by the University Athletic Association (UAA).
As an exclusive extension of its benefits discount program, Case Western Reserve University is offering free, digital subscriptions to Crain's Cleveland Business to more than just its employees. Sponsored by the university's Office of University Relations and Development, the free subscriptions provide all members of the university community -- including faculty, staff, students, alumni, corporate partners and friends -- with access to the online version of Crain's Cleveland Business at no cost.
Critically acclaimed film director, writer, producer and actor Spike Lee will keynote Case Western Reserve University's Office of Multicultural Affairs signature event -- the Annual Unity Banquet & Scholarship Benefit -- on March 28.
Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder signed a proclamation today designating February as "Women's Heart Health Month" on campus.