Two from Case Western Reserve Named
2009 Health Care Heroes
May L. Wykle, dean of Case Western Reserve University's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, and Sanford Markowitz, professor and researcher of cancer genetics at the School of Medicine, were winners in the Crain's Cleveland Business Health Care Heroes 2009 contest.
Nominated by their peers and selected by an independent panel of judges, the program recognizes health care leaders "for the resounding difference they make in our region and impact they have on the quality of our everyday lives."
In addition, there were several finalists from the School of Medicine. Read more.
A memorial service for Henry T. King Jr. will be held on campus at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 31, at the Amasa Stone Chapel. King, a member of the School of Law faculty for more than 30 years, died May 9.
Auxiliary Services and Procurement and Distribution Services announce that Meritech has been chosen as the successful vendor for the Case Western Reserve University cost per copy program. In order to expedite the process of equipment change out, Meritech will begin an extensive assessment and analysis of enterprise wide needs for the program. Go to the Copier Program Web site for more information and weekly updates.
Case Western Reserve University's Emerging Infections Committee continues to monitor H1N1 flu conditions and provide updates to help students, faculty, staff and visitors avoid contracting this new strain of the flu. No cases have been reported on campus. Additional information is available on the university's emerging infections Web site.
For Faculty and Staff
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Training is offering "The Schedule of Classes—Fundamentals" from 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, June 4, at the Kelvin Smith Library, Room LL06. This session will offer comprehensive training on the Schedule of Classes module in the Student Information System (SIS), and is open to both new and existing users. More information is available online. Registration is required for attendance by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
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The Great Lakes Energy Institute (GLEI) will host the Energy Storage: Technological Innovation & Collaborative Opportunities webcast from 1 to 4 p.m., Monday, June 1. The objective of the webcast is to continue to build the innovation cluster and network to advance innovation in electric energy storage. The event is being co-hosted by EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) and Energy Voyager. The core purpose is to build on the momentum from the annual EPRI conference that the GLEI hosted at Case Western Reserve last fall. The outcomes from that conference helped move energy storage collaboration forward faster by building clusters and teams to accelerate breakthroughs. Participants can call in for the webcast or participate onsite in Nord Hall 310, along with a pre-luncheon. Contact Stacy Long by e-mail or by phone at 368-0748 to register by Thursday, May 29. Go online for more information about the GLEI's faculty, research and events.
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