President Barbara R. Snyder recently hosted a Dallas reception that included fourteen Case Western Reserve University alumni who are currently working at Texas Instruments Inc. The group represents a broad spectrum of alumni—from Case School of Engineering to the College of Arts and Sciences—who hold an equally varied and prominent set of roles at one of the world's leading semiconductor companies, including Joseph F. Hubach (LAW '83), senior vice president, secretary and general counsel.
Case Western Reserve University Professor David Cooperrider will become the first Fairmount Minerals Chair in Social Entrepreneurship, with a task of teaching and promoting the ideals of sustainability that are employed in the real life work of its benefactor, Fairmount Minerals, Ltd.
Through the support of many individuals and corporations, Case Western Reserve University’s dune buggy-like autonomous robotic vehicle has passed nearly all of its tests and is headed to the semifinals of the $3.5 million DARPA Urban Challenge, October 26-31 in Victorville, Calif.
The Swagelok® Center for Surface Analysis and Materials, a nationally renowned materials characterization facility at Case Western Reserve University, will formally celebrate a grand reopening on Monday, April 16, at 4 p.m. on the ground floor of the Glennan Building on the university's campus.