Case Western Reserve University's alumni and friends continue to provide generous support for research and scholarship even amid challenging economic times.
The Figgie Foundation has made a $1.5 million gift to endow the Harry E. Figgie III, M.D. Professorship in Orthopaedics at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
The Weatherhead Foundation and the Albert J. Weatherhead III Foundation have donated $2 million to the university to further fund respective endowments at the Weatherhead School of Management and the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Renewed legislation allows individuals aged 70-1/2 or older to make outright gifts from individual retirement accounts without tax complications.
Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Association Makes $5 Million Gift
Philip Dixon (DEN '83) and his wife, Carolyn, have incorporated the School of Dental in their retirement plans by making a deferred payment charitable gift annuity.
Political Science Department is now able to offer summer internship support--thanks to the gift of Liz Hill '97
Case Western Reserve University has raised $103.3 million in philanthropy during the 2007–2008 fiscal year -- the third highest fundraising total in the university's history. Case Western Reserve raised nearly $68.8 million in 2006-2007.
Mark Gelfand makes a leadership gift to create the Engineering Technology Education Fund.
The Case School of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University has received a $250,000 gift from Dr. Walter J. Culver (CIT ‘62/’64) to endow the Walt and Sylvia Culver Engineering Fellowship for Sustainable Infrastructure.
Aviation law pioneer Alberta Colclaser LAW '36 has used her professional success to help support future generations of students through a combination of outright and planned gifts.
Gilles Klopman, the Charles F. Mabery Professor Emeritus of Research in Chemistry at Case Western Reserve University and president and CEO of Beachwood, Ohio-based MultiCASE, Inc., has made seven-figure will commitment to the chemistry department in Case Western Reserve's College of Arts and Sciences.
Sanford R. Weiss, M.D. (ADL ’55, MED ’58) has given a $1.9 million charitable remainder annuity trust to the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine to support scholarships and commemorate his 50th reunion.
The estate of Gertrude Donnelly Hess, one of two women to graduate from the Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 1934, has bequeathed approximately $5.7 million to the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, the largest bequest by a single donor in the School of Medicine's history.
Vee Motto has donated $1 million to the School of Medicine to help establish the Rocco L. Motto, M.D. Professorship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. The gift was announced during a private reception over Alumni Weekend.
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.
Inspired by Case Western Reserve University biology professor Arnold Caplan, Case Western Reserve alumnus L. David Baldwin (B.S. '49, physics) has donated $1.6 million to the College of Arts and Sciences.
Team of faculty, administrators, and alumni have worked to establish a new endowment fund to keep the 389-acre Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms thriving for research, education and recreational uses for many years to come.
Case Western Reserve and the Cleveland Play House have launched a $10-million fundraising campaign to sustain the Case/Cleveland Play House M.F.A. Acting Program.
May L. Wykle, dean of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, honored with chair, one of the first named for an African American woman in nursing at major research university.
Husband honors late wife's nursing education and career with creation of the Marvin E. and Ruth Durr Denekas Chair to support excellence in nursing education
Grace F. Brody, associate professor emerita from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences (MSASS), has generously given $1.5 million to MSASS to endow and create the new Grace F. Brody Professor of Parent-Child Studies.
A gift from Case Western Reserve University trustee and Cleveland business leader, Joseph P. Keithley, and his wife, Nancy, will help the Case School of Engineering recruit the best and brightest electrical engineering and computer science students from around the world and bring them to Northeast Ohio.
When one is passionate about what she does, no obstacle is too great to overcome. When Grace Brody, an emerita...
Walter and Estelle Brahm have endowed a fund to support the Kelvin Smith Library--and celebrate their 70-year love of books and each other.
Forget any 1930s movie version of what a 'benefactor' is. Like the many thousands of individuals whose generosity helps to...
As a co-founder of a publicly traded biotechnology company, James C. Kauer, CIT '51, held highly appreciated shares in...