David Carrier's observations of China's burgeoning art museums is scheduled to appear in the October issue of Curator.
The Baker-Nord Center for Humanities at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Botanical Garden invite the public to "Poetry in the Garden" on Saturday, Oct. 3, beginning at 2 p.m.
Some of the volunteers who signed up for the Seventh Annual Case for Community Day were new to the initiative. Others had participated every year since its inception. But those both new and experienced with the university-wide day of community service seemed eager to reach out and connect with neighbors and organizations in need.
A prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) Transformative R01 Program grant for $4.9 million has been awarded to Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. The five-year grant will fund research to identify patients' inborn genetic susceptibility to the development of colon cancer metastasis. Case Western Reserve was one of only 42 recipients of this competitive new grant designed to support exceptionally innovative, high risk, original and/or unconventional research projects that have the potential to create or overturn fundamental paradigms.
Case Western Reserve University won a prestigious award at Foundation & Endowment Money Management's 9th Annual Nonprofit Awards for Excellence ceremony, presented by Institutional Investor Awards and Information Management Network. Case Western Reserve was a finalist for the honor in the category Large Endowment of the Year.
If this is your first time volunteering as part of Case for Community Day—or you need a refresher on what to do and where to go—the following is a scheduled breakdown of the day's planned activities, as well as a reminder about the Campus Social being held immediately after the day of service.
When you think of an entrepreneur, a nurse usually isn't the first professional that comes to mind. But a panel of business-minded graduates of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at Case Western Reserve University's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing (FPB) hope to change that.
Caregivers of family members with dementia put their pens to paper, wrote poetry and found it beneficial in helping them cope.
When Joanne Eustis arrived at Case Western Reserve University in August 1998, students and faculty were trying to find the best information and resources to support their teaching, research and scholarship. As she approaches her retirement later this fall, Eustis says that same sentiment still holds true. Case Western Reserve has announced that a national search will begin immediately for a new university librarian.
Pamela B. Davis, M.D., Ph.D., dean of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, announced today the appointment of Jonathan S. Stamler, M.D., as the director of the Institute for Transformative Molecular Medicine and the first to hold the Robert S. and Sylvia K. Reitman Family Foundation Distinguished Chair in Cardiovascular Innovation at the Case Western Reserve University Cardiovascular Center and University Hospitals Harrington-McLaughlin Heart & Vascular Institute.
Catherine B. Scallen, a Case Western Reserve University art historian, will give a DVD Lecture Tour on London's National Gallery.
A 560-volunteer corps from Case Western Reserve University will hit the streets of Cleveland for the university's traditional day of service, Case for Community Day, Friday, September 25. This year, the campus broke a record in filling all the volunteer slots at 60 project locations in less than a week.
"Virtue, Vice, and Contraband: A History of Contraception in America"—a new exhibit at the Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum at Case Western Reserve University—examines 200 years of the history of contraception in the United States.
Case Western Reserve University community members marked the eighth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in a variety of ways.
The Honorable Mary Robinson, the former first woman president of Ireland and U.N. Commissioner for Human Rights, humbly accepted the 2009 Inamori Ethics Prize from Case Western Reserve University for her leadership and advocacy for human rights worldwide.
Campus Safety Awareness Month continues at Case Western Reserve University with an emphasis on fire safety and prevention. Campus community members can find out more during a Campus Safety Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, September 10, in the Thwing Center atrium.
Internationally acclaimed author and garden writer Jamaica Kincaid launches this year's humanities theme of Culture of Green: Nature and the Environment—a discussion probing humanity's relationship to nature—presented by the Baker-Nord Center for Humanities at Case Western Reserve University.
Campus members who've already signed up for Case for Community Day projects should give themselves a round of applause: a registration record has been set.
Washington Monthly ranks Case Western Reserve University in the top 30 of U.S. national universities in its 2009 College Rankings edition.
The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities at the Case Western Reserve University College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a number of grants to enhance its programs.
The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine recently received a $4 million grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to fund the Case Center for Synchrotron Biosciences.