During the formal opening of Case Western Reserve University's 2008-2009 academic year-Fall Convocation-author David Quammen explained to a packed Severance Hall the personal traits that led Charles Darwin to his theory of evolution: Caution and honesty.
After weeks of bed rest during pregnancy, new mothers need to rebuild muscles and strengthen their stamina. Now a group of women will test new interventions in aiding that recovery during a pilot study at Case Western Reserve University's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.
Case Western Reserve University Spartans of all ages are needed for the sixth annual Case for Community Day on Friday, September 19. Registration is now open.
Case Western Reserve University's Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence is bringing the individual most knowledgeable perhaps about the human genome to campus September 4.
Charles Darwin and evolution -- the man and his ideas such as natural selection -- will be highlighted at Case Western Reserve University this coming academic year.
Case Western Reserve University has been rated Ohio’s top school among the nation’s premier national universities, as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, for the 13th consecutive year. The rankings were released today.
In a letter to the university community, Case Western Reserve President Barbara R. Snyder remembers Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones as a political pioneer and university friend.
Astronomers at Case Western Reserve University are participating in the newest phase of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), the most ambitious survey of the sky ever undertaken.
As Ohio and Michigan fruit and vegetable farms yield this year's harvest, they also will provide data about the eating choices of Latino migrant children for a Case Western Reserve University researcher.
New research from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine demonstrates the importance of brain serotonin for offspring survival.
Spouses of husbands and wives with dementia pay an emotional toll as they care for their ailing spouse. This has prompted a call for new interventions and strategies to assist caregivers in coping with the demands of this difficult time, according to a study from Case Western Reserve University's Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
Case Western Reserve University officially opens each academic year with its Annual Fall Convocation; this year the tradition will double as the launch of the university's 2008-2009 Year of Darwin and Evolution.
Three students and one faculty member from Case Western Reserve University are safe after finding themselves in the middle of the armed conflict between Russia and Georgia.
After spending eight weeks under the tutelage of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine faculty, 19 high school students who participated in this summer's Scientific Enrichment and Opportunity Program (SEO) recently unveiled their capstone projects.
Pete Moore, an associate professor of political science at Case Western Reserve University, left last week for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on a Fulbright lecture and research grant.
Today, Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder introduced William A. "Bud" Baeslack III as the university's new provost and executive vice president.
To coincide with the "Vatican Splendors" exhibit currently on display at the Western Reserve Historical Society, John Grabowski has written a companion book entitled There Are No Strangers at the Feast: Catholicism and Community in Northeastern Ohio.
Alumnus William Kerslake wrestled on three U.S. Olympic teams. So he can relate to members of the 2008 U.S. wrestling squad who will begin their quest for Olympic gold this month in Beijing.
President Barbara R. Snyder today announced that she has named Amanda Shaffer to serve as Interim Faculty Diversity Officer at Case Western Reserve University.
This fall, Jerry Floersch of the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences; Eileen Anderson-Fye, an assistant professor of anthropology; and Jes Sellers, director of the University Counseling Center and adjunct assistant professor of psychology and clinical instructor in the Department of Psychiatry, will begin a two-year, $75,000 Presidential Research Initiative study, "College Student Experience of Mental Health Service Use and Psychiatric Medication."
Friend of Case Western Reserve Seeds Energy Institute's STEM Effort Mark Gelfand is not a Case Western Reserve University...
Although Mark Gelfand is not a Case Western Reserve University alumnus, he wants students to experience the passion in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. He recently made a leadership gift to create the Engineering Technology Education Fund at the Case School of Engineering.