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Case Daily - March 31, 2008

Case Western Reserve University will be the epitome of innovation as its first-ever U.S. trials involving new 2D code cell phone technology highlight an international conference of the wireless telecommunications industry April 1-4 in Las Vegas.

Case Daily - March 28, 2008

Several graduate and professional programs at Case Western Reserve University were included in the latest rankings of U.S. News & World Report's "America's Best Graduate Schools" list for 2009.

Case Daily - March 27, 2008

Case Western Reserve Engineering Professor, Students Mentor High School Robotics Team Students at Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights...

Case Daily - March 26, 2008

The three-day National Cityscapes Conference, sponsored by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art, will examine the urban environment, past and present, through the lens of the humanities, asking what contributions the arts, culture and society have made to the formation of cities.

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The three-day National Cityscapes Conference, sponsored by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art, will examine the urban environment, past and present, through the lens of the humanities, asking what contributions the arts, culture and society have made to the formation of cities.

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The three-day National Cityscapes Conference, sponsored by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art, will examine the urban environment, past and present, through the lens of the humanities, asking what contributions the arts, culture and society have made to the formation of cities.

Case Daily - March 25, 2008

Four distinguished individuals will receive honorary doctorate degrees in the areas of law, science and humanities during commencement ceremonies at Case Western Reserve University on May 18.

Case Daily - March 24, 2008

Online registration is now open for Case Western Reserve University's Sixth Annual Research ShowCASE -- taking place April 16 and 17 at Veale Convocation Center.

Case Daily - March 21, 2008

Researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and Case Medical Center, a partnership between the School of Medicine and University Hospitals, have been awarded a $2.4 million grant over five years from the National Eye Institute (NEI) to study corneal infection.

Case Daily - March 20, 2008

Schools of zebrafish dart back and forth in tanks in the research lab of Brian M. McDermott, assistant professor from otolaryngology and head and neck surgery at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He will study thousands of fish with a Basil O'Connor Starter Scholar Award from the March of Dimes to understand deafness.

Case Daily - March 19, 2008

Although he is a member of a rebuilding track and field team at Case Western Reserve University, Obinna Nwanna is a part of an already renowned and established biomedical engineering (BME) program.

Case Daily - March 18, 2008

Is it luck of the draw in poker? No, says Michael DeDonno, a doctoral student from Case Western Reserve University. He suggests putting your bets on skills over luck when playing the card game.

Case Daily - March 17, 2008

At the dawn of World War II, approximately 200 members of the Cleveland medical, dental and nursing community left their homes at a moment's notice to answer their country's call. The only medical/dental corps survivor is Edward Ferreri, D.D.S., '40.

Case Daily - March 13, 2008

The Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Association has announced the volunteer leadership of its $1 million challenge campaign. A three-person campaign committee, which will oversee the entire fundraising effort, includes campaign national chair Susie Gharib (FSM '72); campaign chair MaryAnn Jorgenson (LAW '75); and campaign general chair Patricia B. Kilpatrick (FSM '49, GRS '51).

Case Daily - March 12, 2008

Case Western Reserve University senior Dave Manoogian has become the first All-American in Spartan wrestling in nearly five years.

Case Daily - March 11, 2008

Case Western Reserve University has received a grant of $2 million from the Maltz Family Foundation of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland to establish the Milton and Tamar Maltz Professorship in Energy Innovation, the university's first endowed professorship in energy.

Case Daily - March 10, 2008

Collaborative research conducted by Case Western Reserve University psychology professor Elizabeth J. Short has won the 2007 Keith Conners Award for Scholarly Contribution. The award recognizes an outstanding article published in the Journal of Attention Disorders in 2007.

Case Daily - March 07, 2008

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the departments of macromolecular science and engineering and biomedical engineering at the Case School of Engineering and the Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center has published ground-breaking work on a new type of polymer that displays chemoresponsive mechanic adaptability -- meaning the polymer can change from hard to soft plastic and vice versa in seconds when exposed to liquid -- in today's issue of Science, one of the world's most prestigious scholarly journals covering all aspects of science.

Case Daily - March 06, 2008

President Barbara R. Snyder invites the Case Western Reserve University community to participate in Relay For Life, taking place on campus April 18 and 19.

Case Daily - March 05, 2008

The Case Western Reserve University School of Law moot court team, which recently competed at the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Super Regional of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, won the "Best Brief Award" and the "Best Speaker Award" and defeated the University of Virginia in the final round to earn a place at the International Rounds in April.

Case Daily - March 04, 2008

Kay Redfield Jamison, Case Western Reserve University's 2008 Distinguished Lecturer, will explore the impact of bipolar disorder on the daily lives of individuals and how it has resulted in the creation of art during her free, public talk, "Creativity and Madness," at 5:30 p.m., March 18.

Case Daily - March 03, 2008

Case Western Reserve University added a pair of area development leaders to its board of trustees. Brian Ratner, president of East Coast Development for Forest City Enterprises, Inc., and Scott A. Wolstein, chairman and CEO of Developers Diversified Realty Corporation, were both appointed to the board at a recent trustees meeting.