The world's experts on stories and storytelling in books, movies, songs and in our very minds and memories, will gather in Cleveland to examine and discuss what keeps us hanging on every word.
Research ShowCASE Case Western Reserve to Showcase Research Projects on April 15 The real, creative and diverse world of...
The real, creative and diverse world of research goes on display during Case Western Reserve University's annual Research ShowCASE 2010. The free, public event takes place Thursday, April 15, in Veale Center on the CWRU campus from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Case Daily looks a little different today. Your daily e-newsletter now reflects Case Western Reserve University's recently approved visual brand identity. This identity is the culmination of a process that began with the development of the university's tagline, "Think Beyond the Possible," after extensive interviews of faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of the university.
Editor's note: Due to technical difficulties, the March 25 edition of Case Daily was not delivered to some e-mail...
At yesterday evening's Distinguished Lecture event, President Barbara R. Snyder announced a $1.25 million leadership gift from the Callahan family to endow the university's annual Distinguished Lecture in honor of Francis Joseph Callahan Jr.
Case Western Reserve Project Aims to Provide Thousands with Broadband Internet Access The Federal Communications Commission's new National Broadband...
Robert J. (Bob) Herbold (GRS '66, '68), retired vice president and chief operating officer of Microsoft Corp. and now the managing director of The Herbold Group, LLC, will visit Case Western Reserve University on March 25 for a series of events, including his lecture on how the United States can become more competitive globally.
Case Western Reserve University and The Temple – Tifereth Israel have announced an historic partnership with a lead donation of $12 million from the Maltz Family Foundation of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland. The gift represents a catalytic challenge for the transformation of The Temple's iconic building in University Circle into the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at The Temple – Tifereth Israel. The initiative also will preserve the historic building as a place of worship and celebration for the 1,400 families of The Temple – Tifereth Israel community.
Case Western Reserve University will have its own crop of dancing "stars" take to the floor on Saturday, March 20. They're planning to showcase their best waltzes, hip hop and cha cha moves to raise funds for pediatric cancer patients.
"Tipping Points in Urban Change: Modern Perspectives on Agents of Urbanization," will offer a forum for considering the similarities and differences in the modernization of cities during the 20th century and in global cities now under construction or in the planning stages. The free, public event takes place on Thursday, March 25, at the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Clark Hall, from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), current chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, will give the keynote address for Case Western Reserve University's 2010 Louis Stokes Leadership Symposium on Monday, March 22, at noon in Ford Auditorium.
Approximately 75 researchers in the field of nursing from around the region learned tips about how to turn their research into headline news during the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing's daylong conference, "Research into Policy: Making the Journey."
Members of Case Western Reserve University's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community soon will have a place on campus to call their own. As part of its efforts toward increased inclusiveness, Case Western Reserve will open a new Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center this spring.
Case Western Reserve University's International Bioethics Education Program will go to the movies in Spain, May 9-24, to explore major bioethical issues in films like Alejandro Amenabar's "The Sea Inside," the story of Ramán Sampedro's 30-year struggle to end his life.
The two newest trustees elected to Case Western Reserve University's board have strong personal ties to the university and distinctive academic and business experiences. Charles E. Hallberg, 59, of Naples, Fla., and James Clair Wyant, 66, of Tucson, Ariz., both Case Western Reserve alumni, began as trustees Friday, Feb. 19, 2010, for terms running until the spring of 2014.
Early development of social skills and intelligence has its long-range economic payoffs, according to Nobel Laureate James Heckman. He offers an equation on human capital development as a way to secure America's economic future. The public can learn about his ideas for building the future when he gives the free, public talk, "The Economic Case for Investing in Early Childhood Education," sponsored by the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University.
Isaac Dukes has brought a National Championship back to Case Western Reserve University. The sophomore wrestler won the 149-pound weight class division at the 2010 NCAA Division III National Championships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, this past weekend.
The artistic talents of Christopher Pekoc from the art studio and education program in the College of Arts and Sciences hits the big screen during the 34th annual Cleveland International Film Festival, March 18-28, at Tower City Cinemas in downtown Cleveland.
Spring break is usually thought of as a time for students to get away for some fun in the sun. Although some students will indeed take a much-deserved break the week of March 8-12, dozens of Case Western Reserve University students will use their time off to volunteer.
The RecyleMania competition recently passed the halfway point, and Case Western Reserve University's overall totals continue to remain impressive.
Spring is in the air, and for Case Western Reserve University athletics, that means a whole new season of sports is underway.
The academic fields and disciplines of the 2009-2010 Glennan Fellows vary as widely as the projects in which they are engaged. Learn about Nicola Lacetera's project.
Winston Churchill called his own depression his "black dog." Others simply suffer from "the blues." Borrowing from these words, Case Western Reserve University Associate Professor of English Kimberly Emmons found the title for her forthcoming book, "Black Dogs and Blue Words: Depression and Gender in the Age of Self-Care."