Kathryn Lavelle, the Ellen & Dixon Long Associate Professor of World Affairs at Case Western Reserve University, will spend the 2008-2009 academic year in Washington, D.C., as a fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
A paper on early findings about how former public housing residents have adjusted to living in a mixed-income development in Chicago has earned Mark Joseph the Urban Affairs Association's 2007 Best Conference Paper.
Esther Erb became the first Case Western Reserve track and field athlete to claim a national title since 1995 when she won the 10,000-meter run [35:45.01] at the 2008 NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships last weekend in Oshkosh, Wisc.
Using new instrumentation, Case Western Reserve University astronomers can now view the night sky wider and deeper than before.
Karen Vaughn, who graduated from Case Western Reserve University on May 18, is facing a tough decision. Having received two major awards to support her graduate education at the University of California at Berkeley, she will have to decide between accepting the National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellowship or the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
Case Western Reserve University and The MetroHealth System today announced an affiliation agreement that reaffirms and strengthens a 94-year-old relationship between the two institutions.
Third Frontier Commission Awards Research Scholars to Case Western Reserve, Partners Case Western Reserve University and its research partners...
A coalition of philanthropic, public and private partners today launched a $4 million housing incentive program to stimulate investment in and revitalization of Greater University Circle neighborhoods. Case Western Reserve University employees are eligible for the program.
Commencement 2008 Craig Newmark: Everything He Ever Needed to Know He Learned From Case—and Craigslist A self-described "nerd" while...
Building a machine that moves like a cockroach, salamander, fish or another creature is no easy task. Over 100 of the world's pioneering engineers, biologists and neuroscientists who have contributed to building biologically inspired robots will be on the campus of Case Western Reserve University June 1-6 to discuss new developments in the field of biorobotics during the Fourth International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animals and Machines (AMAM).
With almost 500 publications to his credit, Case Western Reserve University's Arthur H. Heuer is a leading researcher in his field, having pioneered studies in transformation toughening of ceramics, the application of electron microscopy to engineering ceramics, biological ceramics, materials science of MEMS and paraequilibrium carburization of stainless steels. He is a recipient of the Frank and Dorothy Humel Hovorka Prize.
Case Western Reserve University's winners of the 2008 John S. Diekhoff Award for graduate teaching—Heath Demaree, associate professor of psychology, and Athena Vrettos, associate professor and director of graduate studies in English—believe in creating emotional connections between their students and the subjects they teach.
Several departments within the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine placed in the top 10 for funding from the National Institutes of Health.
The positive impact Case Western Reserve University professors have on the lives of their students is recognized annually with the J. Bruce Jackson, M.D. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring. This year, Anne Helmreich, art history associate professor, and Stacy Williams, communications studies assistant professor, have been named Jackson Award recipients.
Case Western Reserve University's 2008 Fulbright Scholars, Olivia Corey and Michael Davidson, will each take "green" research to Europe and Asia, respectively.
Case Western Reserve University is hosting the Fourth Annual Ohio Energy Education Conference, which will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., May 9 at the Millis Science Center.
While many of their classmates are heading home for summer vacation and beginning summer jobs, the players on the Case Western Reserve University men's soccer team will kickoff their summer in Brazil, as they depart for South America today for 10 days of competition, sightseeing, and maybe a few surf lessons.
During a recent weekend brunch, Case Western Reserve University's Student Turning Point Society (STPS) welcomed 17 new members who will serve as ambassadors to share the spirit of Case Western Reserve with alumni, donors, and friends.
Just in time for spring and summer activities, Greater Clevelanders can now take advantage of discounts to movies, area restaurants and more by signing up for Case Western Reserve University's Case Community Card.
President Snyder Presents University's New Sexual Assault Policy To the Case Western Reserve University community: I write today to...
The road to political office in the U.S. is fraught with obstacles for women. Some women have navigated the barriers to fill 17 percent of the seats in the U.S. Congress, but for many others these obstacles present real challenges to gaining office at state and national levels, according to Karen Beckwith, Case Western Reserve University political scientist. She is an editor of and contributing author to "Political Women and American Democracy," published this month by Cambridge University Press.