$3M AIDS Grant Awarded to CWRU School of Medicine and Cleveland Clinic
Emerita professor and former administrator Ruth Anderson, PhD, has made a commitment to endow a faculty chair at the Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.
Case Western Reserve University has welcomed Jeremy Bendik-Keymer to the College of Arts and Sciences as the newly appointed Elmer G. Beamer - Hubert H. Schneider Professor in Ethics.
The Kent H. Smith Charitable Trust has announced a $10.5 million gift to Case Western Reserve University to support the university center project.
The Coleman P. Burke Chair in honor of Professor Leon Gabinet, in the legal areas of tax, trusts and estates, celebrates the teaching career of Gabinet, a member of the faculty since 1968.
Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation has made a $640,000 grant to support the Interprofessional Learning Exchange and Development Program (I-LEAD) at Case Western Reserve University
Optical science pioneer and Case Western Reserve University Trustee James C. Wyant, PhD, has made a $4 million commitment to name a new field house on campus.
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.
Case Western Reserve University has received a $1 million gift from Barry A. Romich (CIT '67) to name the Prentke/Romich Laboratory at the Case School of Engineering.
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.
Case Western Reserve Distinguished Lecture Named in Honor
of Business and Community Leader F. Joseph Callahan Jr
The Joan C. Edwards Charitable Foundation will make an initial investment of $10 million to $12 million over 10 years to establish an endowment for full-tuition scholarships for Cleveland public school students to earn bachelor and medical degrees at Case Western Reserve.
Case Western Reserve University Chairman Charles "Bud" Koch has announced more than $6 million in new leadership gifts from five trustees.
Case Western Reserve University's alumni and friends continue to provide generous support for research and scholarship even amid challenging economic times.
Charles "Bud" Koch, chair of Case Western Reserve University Board of Trustees, and his wife, Katie, have made a $5 million commitment to the university.
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 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has received a combined commitment of $1.75 million to create the Jack H. Medalie Chair in Home-Centered Health Care.
The John Templeton Foundation has awarded Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine a $942,307 grant to support the work of Maria E. Pagano, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry.
Case Western Reserve University has received $8.75 million in new gifts from prominent local and national philanthropists.
The Robert S. and Sylvia K. Reitman Family Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, has made a $1.5 million commitment to Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals.
The Milton A. and Roslyn Z. Wolf Scholarship recruits students who exemplify the leadership qualities of the two accomplished alumni it memorializes.
Case Western Reserve University has recieved a $7.5 million commitment from Fairmount Minerals President and CEO, Charles D. Fowler '90 and his wife, Charlotte, to support Sustainable Enterprise initiatives at the Weatherhead School of Management.
The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities has been awarded a $650,000 NEH Challenge Grant
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.
Case Western Reserve University has received an anonymous $2 million gift to endow the program directorship of the Coulter-Case Translational Research Partnership (CCTRP) in the department of biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University.
Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Association Makes $5 Million Gift
Frank N. Linsalata, the outgoing chair of the Case Western Reserve University Board of Trustees, and his wife, Jocelyne are donating $3 million to his alma mater, earmarking the funding to specifically enrich the undergraduate student experience on campus.
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.
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.
President Barbara Snyder helps celebrate the announcement of the volunteer leadership of the $1 million challenge campaign initiated by the Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Association last May.
Local business leader B. Charles Ames has made a $1 million commitment to implement the B. Charles Ames Business Plan Competition and the B. Charles Ames Distinguished Speaker Series in Corporate Governance and Creating Shareholder Value.
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.
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.
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.
The Flora Stone Mather Alumnae Board announced that the alumnae board is offering a $1 million challenge grant in support of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women.
Nobby's Ballpark allows 1964 MBA alumnus to cross another item off lifelong list of goals.
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.
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
Members of the governing body of Case Western Reserve University contribute more than time, counsel, and expertise. They also contribute money to support the goals they endorse and value.
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.
The Case School of Engineering, Northeast Ohio Electronics Cluster and Larry Sears will publicly showcase the new Sears Undergraduate Design Laboratory to a public gathering of Northeast Ohio Electronics industry and academic professionals on November 1, from 6:00-8:30 pm at the Glennan Building on the Case campus.
Under the three-year, $205,000 grant from the McGregor Fund, the College of Arts and Sciences will establish a Worldwide Learning Environment (WLE) program.
Undergraduate students at Case Western Reserve University's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing have received a $550,000 financial aid boost from the nation's largest private funder devoted exclusively to nursing students and nursing education.
The Debra Ann November Research Greenhouse—a generous gift from Mort and Iris November in memory of Mr. November's daughter Debra Ann (1953-1977)—will expand opportunities for Case Western Reserve University researchers, students and community programs for biology teachers and classes to use the university's Squirevallee Farm on Fairmount Boulevard in Hunting Valley as a place to study nature.
A $1.5 million gift from Charles H. and John B. Phipps in honor of their father will be a catalyst to keep Case Western Reserve University on the cutting edge of engineering.
Dr. and Mrs. William E. Bruner, II have established a deferred-payment gift annuity to celebrate their family's distinguished legacy at Case Western Reserve University
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