Baseball aficionados and Cleveland history buffs can now learn more about the National Negro Baseball League's past courtesy of Stephanie Liscio, the Ralph M. Besse Fellow in the Department of History. She has spent the past year updating entries and adding new ones for the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History and expanded offerings related to the city's Negro League baseball history.
Case Western Reserve University's Information Technology Services (ITS) department is re-emphasizing its commitment to customer service with the creation of a new unit.
Members of the Congressional Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity heard about "impressive successes" and "deep challenges" faced by Chicago residents as they move from massive low-income housing projects to mixed-income housing developments. The Mandel School's Mark Joseph testified before the committee.
Joan McFaul, associate vice president of Information Technology Services, recently graduated from the HERS Bryn Mawr Summer Institute.
Case Western Reserve University's alumni and friends continue to provide generous support for research and scholarship even amid challenging economic times. The university's philanthropy totaled $108.7 million, marking the second consecutive year that the university raised more than $100 million. The amount also sets a new record for the second-highest total in the university's history.
Recipients of the 2009 Leadership in Nonprofit Management Award and Organization Innovation Award, presented by the Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Case Western Reserve University, fill special niches in social services and cultural arts in the Cleveland nonprofit scene.
The campus community can learn first-hand about some of the dynamic research being conducted by undergraduate students by attending the Summer Program in Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Poster Session from 8:45 a.m. to noon, Friday, July 31, in the Biomedical Research Building atrium.
An estimated 15 percent of Cuyahoga County's children are living one step away from homelessness, according to a new report released by Case Western Reserve University's Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
The University Center on Aging and Health in the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing recently received money from the President's Strategic Initiatives Fund with support from the McGregor Foundation. The funding enabled the center to launch a new initiative to help faculty members undertake research projects.
Calling all karaoke lovers and trivia buffs: You have a few days to brush up on your singing skills and game strategies for Party on the Quad. The annual event will take place from 3 to 6 p.m., Friday, July 24.
Full-time women staff at Case Western Reserve have an opportunity to learn more about and apply for the Women Staff Leadership Development Initiative. The program aims to nurture and develop talent while helping women staff cultivate their leadership skills.
The Department of Human Resources' Employee Education, Training and Development unit provides a variety of on-campus training and educational opportunities for Case Western Reserve University staff.
The Case School of Engineering will learn more about the sophisticated metallurgical processing and characterization of Nitinol with $1.2 million to purchase a range of new instruments to add to their research tools.
Nine Case Western Reserve students will spend Wednesday, July 15, devoting a day of volunteer service to several nonprofit agencies in Cleveland.
Pennies for Peace jars will begin appearing around campus soon, and the campus community is being asked to drop in some extra change. The coins will aid the humanitarian work of Fall Convocation speaker Greg Mortenson in his quest to help build schools.
The Kelvin Smith Library (KSL) recently unveiled a new and improved method for accessing library accounts.
Although activities related to Greek Life primarily happen during the fall and spring, students who are members of fraternities and sororities still have lots to do during the summer.
The Ingenuity Festival of Arts + Technology aims to highlight the complementary relationship between arts, technology and cultural innovations taking place in Northeast Ohio. Three people connected to Case Western Reserve University will be part of the phenomenon by showcasing their films and interactive displays throughout the event
Despite the recent economic woes that have hit the nation, the creative minds behind arts and technology advancements in Northeast Ohio are still conceptualizing unique ideas. Two Case Western Reserve University alumni will be able to attest to that as part of the Ingenuity Festival of Art + Technology 2009.
Fourth-year Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing students are having a splash while teaching 500 campers in the National Youth Sports Program how to swim and tread water and stay healthy.
A recent graduate wants to make her mark in Cleveland and contribute to the region.
Although summer seems like a good time to wind down, it's actually a great time to brush up on skills with a CaseLearns class at Kelvin Smith Library.