R. Mohan Sankaran, Department of Chemical Engineering, has received a Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award.
National Youth Sports Program Celebrates 40th Anniversary National Youth Sports Program Photo: NYSP website The National Youth Sports Program has...
Case Western Reserve Sends Three to Track and Field Championships Elaine Simpson Three Case Western Reserve University student-athletes are planning...
Four seniors majoring in aerospace and mechanical engineering lined an old satellite TV dish with hundreds of squares of aluminum-coated Mylar. At the end of a 3-foot pipe that rises from the center of the dish, they clamped a box made of a steel bottom and furnace insulation bricks for the sides and top. In the heat of a spring Cleveland sun, the reflected light striking the steel panel pushed temperatures inside the box a past 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Association for Continuing Education at Case Western Reserve continues its 64th Annual CWRU Book Sale through Tuesday, May 25, in Adelbert Gym.
Capstone projects are always a great way for seniors to demonstrate what they have learned during their undergraduate years at Case Western Reserve University. Paul Salamon hopes his project might be even more significant than that. He visualizes a lasting legacy -- a real estate development adding vitality to Cleveland’s University Circle area.
Several older citizens from the McGregor Home in East Cleveland and the Fairfax Neighborhood on Cleveland's east side have had their histories preserved by the Living through Legacies project.
Katie Couric visited Sanford "Sandy" Markowitz, MD, PhD, professor and researcher of cancer and genetics, and his research team in his lab Saturday before Commencement to gain a better understanding of the day-to-day research necessary for advancements in colon cancer.
Case Western Reserve University alumnus R. William Cornell, Jr., DDS has made a $1.5 million commitment to endow the first named professorship at the Case Western Reserve School of Dental Medicine. The Dr. and Mrs. R. William Cornell, Jr. Endowed Professor of Pediatric Dentistry will be the first endowed chair in the history of the school, which was established in 1892.
More than 1,700 members of Case Western Reserve University's Class of 2010 received headline advice from news anchor Katie Couric during yesterday's commencement convocation.
Milton and Tamar Maltz believe in the power of philanthropy to make a positive difference for others – and they have spent their lives proving the point. Over the years they have supported an array of significant efforts in this region and around the country, including two major initiatives at Case Western Reserve University. In recognition of their generosity and wisdom, Barbara R. Snyder will recognize Milton and Tamar with the President's Award for Visionary Achievement during Commencement ceremonies Sunday, May 16.
A campus-wide committee, made up of faculty and administrators with experience and interest in international education, has made a recommendation to the provost for an initial structure in the Office of International Affairs (OIA). The OIA was created last spring as an outcome of the university’s strategic plan, Forward Thinking.
Twenty-two years after he registered for classes at Case Western Reserve University, a biomedical engineering student will walk across the stage and receive his diploma at Commencement on Sunday, May 16 in Veale Athletic Center.
Michael W. Konstan, MD, has been appointed chair of the Department of Pediatrics at University Hospitals Case Medical Center's Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Case Western Reserve University awards honorary degrees each year at Commencement. These honors are a means of recognizing excellence in any values aspect of human endeavor, including the realm of scholarship, public service and the performing arts.
Wittke Award Winners Announced Case Western Reserve University recognizes excellence demonstrated by professors in the classroom with the annual Carl...
New Distinguished University Professor Website Launched The Office of the Provost has revamped the way it appoints distinguished university professors...
Robert H. Binstock to Receive Hovorka Prize Robert H. Binstock The winner of this year's Frank and Dorothy Humel Hovorka...
At last evening's annual leadership donor event, Momentum, President Barbara R. Snyder announced a $20 million commitment from the Veale Foundation for a new university center to be named after founder Tinkham Veale II, age 95.
Four Awarded John S. Diekhoff Award for Graduate Teaching and Mentoring The Diekhoff Award honors John S. Diekhoff, who served...