The Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University announces the launch of CreativePlayPlus.com , a joint venture in blogging with Step2, the nation's largest toddler toy manufacturer and Optiem, a Cleveland based interactive marketing agency.
Case Western Reserve University and its research partners have been awarded $20.6 million by the state's Third Frontier Commission through its Ohio Biomedical Research Commercialization Program.
The Case Western Reserve University Board of Trustees has appointed Daniel P. Harrington to a four-year term on the board. Harrington is president, chief executive officer and director of HTV Industries Inc., based in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
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Case Western Reserve Nursing Student Spending Third Summer with Orphans in Rwanda Since childhood, Rachel Ballen, a second-year student...
Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development Study Finds Subprime Lending Can Predict Foreclosure Rates in Cuyahoga County Homeownership...
The economic development work of Joseph Adelegan, Ph.D., and the Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit (BAWB) at Case Western Reserve University will be featured in a documentary airing for the first time June 21-22 on CNN International.
The National Youth Sports Program is celebrating 40 years on the national level, and the university's chapter will mark its 38th year on campus with an open house beginning at 10 a.m., June 20 in Strosacker Auditorium. Campus community members are invited to come out to watch a video presentation, tour educational and athletic workshops, hear testimonials from several NYSP alumni, and interact with the camp's children and staff.
The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations will have the opportunity to showcase its new Bellflower Road building when the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC) brings its spring retreat and meeting to Cleveland. The meeting will take place at the Mandel Center, which is also called home to the international headquarters of NACC.
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The Case Western Reserve University Board of Trustees has awarded distinguished alumnus and outgoing board chairman Frank N. Linsalata with the university's highest honor -- the University Medal.
In his 20-year -- and still counting -- career at Case Western Reserve University, Michael Yeager not only has been the perfect example of customer service but also personifies the lifelong learning environment that is Case Western Reserve. He received the President's Award for Distinguished Service.
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Case Western Reserve University's master of engineering management (MEM) program is projected to have a record year in terms of enrollment and tuition revenue—due largely in part to Ramona David. She was honored today with a President's Award for Distinguished Service.
Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder recently hosted a Dallas reception at Texas Instruments Inc. that included 14 Case Western Reserve alumni who are currently working at the corporation. The group represents a broad spectrum of alumni—from the Case School of Engineering to the College of Arts and Sciences—who hold an equally varied and prominent set of roles at one of the world's leading semiconductor companies.
This summer, Case Western Reserve University students will hang the "gone fishing" sign on the classroom door, but that doesn't mean they are taking a break from learning. Royal Coachmen, Wooly Buggers and Fate: The Literature of Fly Fishing, a summer seminar, will immerse students in the lore, mystique and skill of fly fishing.
Is it possible to restore function to a paralyzed limb? This is just one of several topics that will be presented at the Neural Interfaces Conference, June 16-18, hosted by Case Western Reserve University. The conference will be held at the InterContinental Hotel and Bank of America Conference Center in Cleveland.
Researchers from the chemistry department at Case Western Reserve University and Toyota Central R&D Laboratories from Nagakute, Japan, have developed a theory to advance fuel cell and corrosion prevention technologies.
The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine will receive two grants totaling $3 million from The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation. A $2 million grant will continue the Mt. Sinai Scholars Program in the basic sciences and a $1 million challenge grant will establish the Dean's Catalytic Fund.
Noelle Shanahan Cutts, a third-year student at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, was one of 40 law students nationally selected to attend the International Humanitarian Law Workshop in Santa Clara, Calif.
Kathleen Farkas, associate professor of social work at Case Western Reserve University's Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences and consultant for Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry's Women Re-Entry Network (WREN), recently brought several women together with judges from the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas and the Cleveland Municipal Court to give them the opportunity to discuss how they have made progress since their encounters with the criminal justice system.