The Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable Peer Mentor Program is seeking sophomores and juniors with science, engineering, math or pre-medicine majors to mentor first-year students who also are interested in STEM fields. Interested students
Coming in September: addiction ideastream: Next month, ideastream will present in-depth coverage looking at the “mysterious and often misunderstood world of addiction.” The coverage, which will cover everything from what happens inside an addict’s brain
Drowning in health data: Symposium tackles silos and promotes integration Shaker Heights Patch: Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Ohio Department of Health co-hosted the first Ohio Health Data Statewide Symposium yesterday.
Cassidy: Silicon Valley, Bay Area poised for manufacturing revival Mercury News: Areas of California are in the midst of a manufacturing revival, with the complex work rewarding those in the field with an average of
Love to write? Interested in always knowing what’s happening on campus? Then apply to work for The Daily. University Marketing & Communications seeks a student to help manage and write for The Daily, among other
Student Affairs today announced the winners of the Little Blue Book trivia challenge. The Little Blue Book, an online version of which can be viewed at students.case.edu/division/traditions/bluebook/, introduces incoming students to Case Western Reserve’s
The Writing Resource Center will open Tuesday, Sept. 4. Current campus locations include Bellflower Hall, Kelvin Smith Library, Sages Cafe (in Crawford Hall) and Nord Hall 410. Students may make appointments by going to